GUI name teams for Boys Home Internationals

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The Golfing Union of Ireland have confirmed the Ireland team line up for the upcoming  Boys Home Internationals at St Anne’s Old Links from 8-10 August.
 

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Team captain Cathal McConn can call on four players from last year’s side. John Brady (Rosslare), Ross Kelly (Tuam), Mark Power (Kilkenny) and Cameron Raymond (Newlands) are joined by seven new caps: Reece Black (Hilton Templepatrick), Charlie Denvir (Elm Park), Jack Doherty (Carton House), Jack Hearn (Tramore), Aaron Marshall (Lisburn), Robert Moran (Castle) and Eoin Murphy (Dundalk).
 
Last year Ireland finished third at Ballyliffin. England were victorious in 2016 and will now defend the title on home soil. St Anne’s Old Links is set on England’s north west coast near Blackpool, Lancashire. Ireland last won the Boys Home Internationals in 2013 at Forest Pines. Captain Cathal McConn (Roscommon) will accompany the team along with manager Alasdair Gibson (Knock) and GUI National Coach Neil Manchip.
 
Ireland team (Boys Home Internationals, St Anne’s Old Links, 8-10 August): Reece Black (Hilton Templepatrick), John Brady (Rosslare), Charlie Denvir (Elm Park), Jack Doherty (Carton House), Jack Hearn (Tramore), Ross Kelly (Tuam), Aaron Marshall (Lisburn), Robert Moran (Castle), Eoin Murphy (Dundalk), Mark Power (Kilkenny), Cameron Raymond (Newlands). Team Captain: Cathal McConn (Roscommon). Team Manager: Alasdair Gibson (Knock). National Coach: Neil Manchip.

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