Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Mens Under 21 Interpros

The Leinster under 21 squad has reported a full bill of health ahead of their interprovincial tournament this weekend with Stu Loughrey available to play despite few stitches. To see the full squad, click here.

The tournament is expected to be a high quality one, with Leinster having three full internationals in the squad while Ulster draw a large contingent from Ulster’s top three sides: Cookstown, Banbridge and Annadale.

Munster include Lisnagarvey player Jason Lynch as well as former Kilkenny player Eddie Dore and another of the Hobbs clan, Dan.

For more details on the whole tournament, click here

Ulster: Alex McRoberts (Mossley), Christopher Boyce (Grange), Colin Donaldson (Cookstown), Neil Hamilton (Annadale), Jonny Bell (Lisnagarvey), Simon Todd (Mossley), David Ames (Cookstown), Dearmaid Rea (Banbridge), Bruce McCandless (Banbridge), Dane Ward (Banbridge), Peter Caruth (Annadale), Frazer Mills (Annadale), Andy Coulter (Mossley), Mark Moreland (Mossley), David Best (Cookstown), Stephen Forbes (Banbridge), Aaron Appleton (Banbridge)

Munster: Harry Fleming, Stuart O’Grady, David Harvey, Dan Hobbs, Lee Dalton, Roger Gray, Andrew Daunt, Paul O’Leary, Stephen Sweetnam, John Bruton, Jason Lynch, Darren Farrell, Adam Pritchard, David Mills, Eddie Dore, Davy Herbert


Anonymous said...

I disagree with the comment stating that darling is leinsters only good player....with players like ian walker in goal dave robinson in midfield and alan southern up front there is three names i would put ahead of him...and three names to go alongside his to quiten "hamilton, ward and forbes"

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Anonymous said...

Best of luck to Leinster! Can they retain the title?

Anonymous said...

with a spine of walker,houghton,robinson,sothern and darling up front, i dont see why they wouldnt win it again.

Anonymous said...

cos ulster are class nd leinster is made up of a strong team of about 10 or 11 players havnt got strength in depth like ulster, but would love to see leinster retain the trophy (shield) the won last year!

Anonymous said...

On paper Leinster look fantastic going forward - looks like they will play in good old Keegan/Newcastle style & could possibly go down in flames! Best of luck lads, go on Timmy you legend!!

Anonymous said...

Any news on Leinster U 21 men last night ?

Anonymous said...

How did U21 Mens match go?