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Ireland's young guns get a chance to face Argentina

By Staff Reporter

Published 14/10/2015

Sean Murray
Sean Murray

Ireland men will take on World League bronze medallists Argentina in a three-game series starting this evening at the National Stadium at UCD, Dublin (7.30pm).

Coach Craig Fulton has named an enlarged 27-man panel, 15 of them from Ulster. And he intends to give some of the young talent a run-out, including Lisnagarvey's Sean Murray Neal Glassey and James Lorimer and Banbridge's Owen Magee, Matthew Bell and Johnny McKee.

The series continues at Pembroke's ground tomorrow evening (7.45pm) and on Saturday evening (6pm).

BURNEY Cup holders Wallace High have been drawn in the same pool as champions St Andrew's in the All-Ireland schoolboy series being staged at three Belfast venues from October 21-23.

A total of 16 schools will play in four pools next Wednesday and Thursday at Shaw's Bridge, Deramore and Queen's, with the semi-finals and final scheduled for next Friday.

Pool A: St Andrew's College, Wallace High, Newtown, RBAI. Pool B: Wesley College, Friends, Ashton, Regent House. Pool C: Banbridge Academy, Mount Temple, St Columba's, Royal & Prior. Pool D: Sullivan Upper, Bandon Grammar, High School Dublin, Cookstown High

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