The annual shinty event takes place at the GAA Centre of Excellence in Dublin’s Abbottstown this Saturday…
Two Wexford natives will represent their country at the Shinty International against Scotland this weekend.
Willie Cleary, a coach who steered Naomh Eanna to 2018 Wexford SHC glory, is joint-manager of the u-21 Irish shinty team for the third year running.
Meanwhile, Naomh Eanna clubman Eoin Molloy has been selected to represent the Irish u-21’s under Cleary’s guidance.
Hurlers from another 16 counties will also repesent the Irish this Saturday.
The full teams are as follows:
Ireland Senior panel: Brian Tracey (Carlow), Mikey Boyle (Kerry), Joey Boyle (Westmeath), Damian Casey (Tyrone), Danny Cullen (Donegal), Mark Delaney (Kildare), Paul Divilly (Kildare), Michael Doyle (Carlow), Willie Dunphy (Laois), Cillian Egan (Roscommon), Alan Grant (Derry), Damien Healy (Meath), Cillian Kiely (Offaly), Shane McGovern (Westmeath), Ryan Mullaney (Laois), Shane Nolan (Kerry), Gerard O’Kelly-Lynch (Sligo), Keith Raymond (Sligo), Caolan Taggart (Down), Seán Whelan (Carlow).
Ireland U21 panel: Damien Jordan (Carlow), Ciarán Burke (Offaly), Donal Burke (Dublin), Shane Conway (Kerry), James Dolan (Kildare), Joey Keenaghan (Offaly), Mark Kehoe (Tipperary), James Keyes (Laois), Conor Langton (Offaly), Tony Lawlor (Carlow), Fionan Mackessy (Kerry), Barry Mahony (Kerry), Ruairi McCrickard (Down), Eoin Molloy (Wexford), Darren Morrissey (Galway), Chris Nolan (Carlow), Tomas O’Connor (Kerry), Diarmuid Ryan (Clare), Brian Ryan (Limerick), Ciaran Whelan (Carlow).
TG4 are broadcasting the Ireland and Scotland shinty game on their YouTube channel, and that full game can be viewed live below from 1:50pm.