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Donal Burke, Ireland, and Craig Ritchie, Scotland, in action during the Under 21 Hurling-Shinty International at the Games Development Centre in Abbotstown.
Donal Burke, Ireland, and Craig Ritchie, Scotland, in action during the Under 21 Hurling-Shinty International at the Games Development Centre in Abbotstown.

Scotland triumph in Under 21 Hurling-Shinty International


SCOTLAND 6-7 (25) IRELAND 1-10 (13)

Scotland proved too strong for Ireland in Saturday's Under 21 Hurling-Shinty International at Abbotstown.

Leading 1-4 to 0-2 at the break the impressive visitors dominated the second half adding five further goals as Ireland were unable to contain Scotland.

SCOTLAND

1. Scott Maclachlan (Inveraray)

2. Lachlan Smith (Glenurquhart)

3. Rory Mackeachan (Kingussie)

4. Daniel Sloss (Oban Camanachd)

5. Robert Mabon (Kingussie)

6. Craig Ritchie (Newtonmore)

7. Blair Morrison (Caberfeidh)

8. Iain Richardson (Newtonmore)

9. Ross MacMillan (Oban Celtic)

10. John Gillies (Skye)

11. Calum Grant (Kingussie)

12. Danny Kelly (Lovat)

13. Jonnie MacAskill (GMA)

14. Calum Shepherd (Fort William)

15. Innes Blackhall (Kilmallie)

16. Will Cowie (Skye)

17. Alexander Macmillan (Fort William)

18. Finlay Macdonald (Lochaber)

19. Iain Robinson (Newtonmore)

20. Roddy Young (Kingussie)

IRELAND

1. Thomas Dowling (Carlow)

2. Donal Burke (Dublin)

3. James Burke (Kildare)

4. Andrew Casey (Carlow)

5. Lorcán Devlin (Tyrone)

6. Ciaran Doyle (Westmeath)

7. Killian Doyle (Westmeath)

8. Cianan Fahy (Galway)

9. Daniel Huane (Mayo)

10. Mark Kavanagh (Laois)

11. Tony O’Kelly Lynch (Sligo)

12. Fionan Mackessy (Kerry)

13. Jack Fitzpatrick (Galway)

14. Evan Murphy (Kerry)

15. Dean Gaffney (Armagh)

16. Conor Phelan (Laois)

17. Damien Reck (Wexford)

18. Aron Shanagher (Clare)

19. Jack Sheridan (Kildare)

20. Gerard Walsh (Antrim)

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