Players invited back for second talent ID day for Ireland U17W
September 27, 2018
Ireland Under 17 Women’s head coach Karl Kilbride has today announced the list of players who have successfully moved on to the second talent identification session.
Speaking about the news, Coach Kilbride stated: “We were really impressed with the level of talent at the first session. With more people now coming back for the second session, we’ll have some really tough decisions to make.”
The below list of players have been selected following an initial talent identification session.
For anyone who was unavailable for, or unaware of the first trial, they may still register for the upcoming second session by emailing: IrelandU17W@gmail.com.
The talent identification session will take place on Sunday, October 7th at the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght from 1pm-6pm.
The cost of the session is €20. Players are asked to bring a water bottle, a packed lunch, both a black top and a white top and a basketball if they have one.
The players who have advanced to the second talent ID session are:
Anna Grogan, Waterford Wildcats
Aoife Morrissey, Limerick Celtics
Ava Coogan, Kilkenny Stars
Bamidelemi Olukayode, Waterford Wildcats
Ciara Butler, Waterford Wildcats
Ciara Mulleady, Liffey Celtics BC
Ciara Walsh, Killester BC
Clodagh O’Brien, Templeogue BC
Emma Mullins, Templeogue BC
Eva Moloney, Meteors BC
Fatimah Akorede, Liffey Celtics BC
Jade Mcgovern, Killester BC
Jessie Begley, IT Carlow Basketball
Kate Connaughton, Titans BC
Kate Egan, Malahide BC
Kelly Sexton, Carrigaline BC
Lauryn Homan, Brunell BC
Lisa Blaney, Maree BC
Mia Doherty, Liffey Celtics bC
Mia Finnegan, Carraig na bhFear Rebels
Mia Symes, Malahide BC
Mollie Heaney, Killester BC
Naoishe Burns, Andersonstown Tigers
Rachel Brennan, DCU Mercy
Robyn Malone, Killester BC
Sabhbh Edwards Murphy, Limerick Celtics
Sarah Browne, DCU Mercy
Sarah McGreevy, Meteors BC
Sinead Boyle, Killlester BC
Tara Nealon, Limerick Celtics
Vicky Young, Malahide BC