Leddy in Action at Training Camp
Wednesday, 8th Feb 2012 09:11
Academy midfielder Jonny Leddy was in action for the Republic of Ireland U17s on Monday as they beat Portuguese club Louletano DC's U17 side 5-2 in a friendly.
The Irish youngsters are holding a training camp in Portugal this week and face another local side, Imortal DC Albufeira, on Thursday.
The camp is preparation for Ireland's 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: Grimes (Leeds United); McConnell (Letterkenny Rovers), McFadden (Norwich City), Lewis (Aston Villa) (Long (Cherry Orchard) 46), Coyne (Cherry Orchard); McCarthy (Skibbereen) (Daly (QPR) 70), Leddy (Ipswich Town), Mulroney (Crumlin United); O'Neill (Wolves) (Wilkinson (Millwall) 46), Byrne (Manchester United), Grealish (Aston Villa) (O'Sullivan (Home Farm) 70).
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