Finn Harps’ Luke McGlynn has been named in a Republic of Ireland Under-15 squad for two friendly internationals against Czech Republic next week.
McGlynn is one of 15 players on the 18-man panel who are home-based. McGlynn has been a regular feature on Irish squads of late and is again named by Jason Donohoe for next week’s double-header.
“This group has done really well this season,” Donohoe said.
“We got wins against Poland and Hungary and good draws with Spain and the Netherlands. The maturity of this group and the style of football they have played has been a credit to their clubs.
“This is it for the lads at Under-15s. We made some changes to this squad, as we have done for every camp. We’re looking forward to the two games, before the lads move onto Paul Osam’s Under-16s.”
The team play their first match against Czech Republic on April 2 and will meet again on April 4, with both games taking place at Stadium Dobrany.