Leddy In Ireland Squad
Tuesday, 31st Jan 2012 09:21
Academy midfielder Jonny Leddy has been named in the Republic of Ireland U17 squad for a training camp in Portugal from February 4th-10th.
The camp is preparation for their the UEFA U17 elite qualifying mini-group in Holland in March where they will face the Dutch, Serbia and Albania. Leddy has previously won five caps at U17 level.
Republic of Ireland U17s: Eric Grimes - Leeds United, Stephen Morris - St. Kevin's Boys, Sean Long - Cherry Orchard, Ryan McConnell - Letterkenny Rovers, Kyle McFadden - Norwich City, Bradley Lewis - Aston Villa, Ryan O'Reilly - Stoke City, Sean Coyne - Cherry Orchard, Tom Mulroney - Crumlin United, Kevin O'Connor - St. Patrick's Athletic, Jonathan Leddy - Ipswich Town, Jack Grealish - Aston Villa, Gary O'Neill - Wolverhampton Wanderers, James Daly - QPR, Conor Wilkinson - Millwall, Sam Byrne - Manchester United, Alan O'Sullivan - Home Farm, Stephen McCarthy - Skibbereen.
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