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Tuesday, 15 October 2019 14:52

Scotland U16 Squad Announced for Victory Shield

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Scotland U16 Head Cach Stuart McLaren has named his squad for the upcoming Victory Shield Tournament in Wales.
 
The squad features six pupils from the SFA's Performance Schools. The young Scots begin their campaign in Wrexham against the Republic of Ireland on the 28th October. After that it's a match against Northern Ireland on the 30th, before they round off their campaing against hosts Wales on the 1st November.
 
The full squad is as follows:
 
 
Josh Adam - Celtic
 
Matthew Anderson - Celtic
 
Ben Andreucci - Leeds United
 
Adedire Awokoya-Mebude - Rangers
 
Adam Brooks - Celtic
 
Ben Doak - Celtic
 
Ryan Duncan - Aberdeen
 
Harley Ewan - Rangers
 
Kelsey Ewan - Rangers
 
Callum Flatman - Heart of Midlothian
 
Murray Johnson - Hibernian
 
Tsoanelo Letsosa - Celtic
 
Jack McConnell - Rangers
 
Ben McPherson - Celtic
 
Kristi Montgomery - Blackburn Rovers
 
Jeremiah Mullen - Liverpool
 
Kieran Offord - St Mirren
 
Dylan Reid - St Mirren
 
Kyle Semple - Motherwell
 
Finn Yeats - Aberdeen
 
Scotland Women's under 17 coach Pauline MacDonald has selected her squad for this month's UEFA European Championship qualifiers in Edinburgh.
 
MacDonald's squad will take on Northern Ireland on Monday 14th at Oriam before they face Montenegro on the 17th at the same venue. The Scots will round of their qualifiers with a match against Itly at Ainslie Park on the 20th.
 
The full squad is as follows:
 
 
Eilidh Adams - Hibernian
 
Tegan Bowie - Celtic
 
Jess Broadrick - Aberdeen
 
Monica Forsyth - Celtic
 
Neve Guthrie - Dundee United
 
Addie Handley - Boroughmuir Thistle
 
Bayley Hutchison - Aberdeen
 
Rachael Johnstone - Celtic
 
Freya MacDonald - Rangers
 
Paige McAllister - Celtic
 
Rebecca McAllister - Celtic
 
Robyn McCafferty - Spartans
 
Rosie McQuillan - Rangers
 
Kate Nicolson - Celtic
 
Kirsty O'Brien - Celtic
 
Jenna Penman - Dundee United
 
Ellie-Jay Reid - Dundee United
 
Lucy Sinclair - Glasgow City
 
Eva Thomson - Aberdeen
 
Alicia Yates - Hibernian
 
Scotland U21 Head Coach Scot Gemmill has announced his squad for the upcoming UEFA European Championship Qualifiers in October.
 
The Scots will be looking to continue their perfect start to the group after a home win agaisnt San Marino and an impressive away victory at Croatia.
 
First up for Gemmill's side is Lithuania at Tynecastle on the 10th October, then it's a trip to the Czech Republic four days later.
 
The full squad is as follows:
 
 
Robby McCrorie - Queen of the South
 
Ross Doohan - Ayr United
 
Kieran Wright - Rangers
 
Daniel Harvie - Ayr United
 
Tom McIntyre - Reading
 
Ross McCrorie - Portsmouth
 
Ryan Porteous - Hibernian
 
George Johnston - Feyenoord
 
Patrick Reading - Middlesborough
 
Barry Maguire - Motherwell
 
Lewis Ferguson - Aberdeen
 
Allan Campbell - Motherwell
 
Kyle Magennis - St. Mirren
 
Billy Gilmour - Chelsea
 
Lewis Smith - Hamilton Accies
 
Jordan Holsgrove - CD Atletico Baleares
 
Stephen Kelly - Ayr United
 
Glenn Middleton - Hibernian
 
Michael Johnston - Celtic
 
Connor McLennan - Aberdeen
 
Fraser Hornby - KV Kortrijk
 
James Scott - Motherwell  
 
 
Scotland Women's U19 Head Coach Pauline Hammil has announced her squad for the upcoming UEFA Women's U19 Championship Qualifying rounds.
 
The squad will travel out to Poland to play the three matches that will decide their fate in the competition. First up is Bulgaria on the 2nd of October, then they face a tough game against Croatia three days later before ending with a potential decider against hosts Poland.
 
The full squad is as follows:
 
 
Sophie Allison - Glasgow City
 
Emily Mutch - Heart of Midlothian
 
Jenna Clark - Glasgow City
 
Caley Gibb - Spartans
 
Carly Girasoli - Glasgow City
 
Tara McGonigle - Spartans
 
Francesca Ogilvie - Aberdeen
 
Eilidh Shore - Aberdeen
 
Chloe Warrington - Celtic
 
Abby Callaghan - Motherwell
 
Michaela McAlonie - Spartans
 
Rebecca McGowan - St Johnstone
 
Kirstie McIntosh - Hamilton Academical
 
Brogan Moore - Oxford United
 
Hannah Scott - Glasgow City
 
Lauren Davidson - Hibernian
 
Jennifer Smith - Heart of Midlothian
 
Aisha Maughan - Heart of Midlothian
 
Kathleen McGovern - Celtic
 
Elena Santoyo-Brown - Spartans
 
Scotland Woman's Under 19 head coach Pauline Hammil has officially announced her squad for the UEFA Women's Under 19 European Championships this month.
 
Hammil's side go into the competition as tournament hosts and will begin their campaign on Tuesday 16th July against France at St. Mirren Park at 7:30pm. The Scots will then Face Norway at Firhill Stadium on Friday 19th before rounding of their group stage games against the Netherlands at St Mirren Park on Monday 22nd.
 
The final of the tournament will be played at St Mirren Park on the 28th July.
 
The full squad is as follows:
 
 
Sophie Allison - Glasgow City
 
Emily Mutch - Heart of Midlothian
 
Rachel Brown - Leicester City
 
Jenna Clark - Glasgow City
 
Rachel Conner - University of Stirling
 
Carly Girasoli - Glasgow City
 
Michaela McAlonie - Spartans
 
Robyn McCafferty - Spartans
 
Charlotte Newsham - Manchester United
 
Abby Callaghan - Motherwell
 
Kirstie McIntosh - Hamilton Academical
 
Amy Muir - Unattached
 
Rebecca McGowan - St Johnstone
 
Jamie-Lee Napier - Hibernian
 
Jennifer Smith - Heart of Midlothian
 
Emma Craig - Celtic
 
Lauren Davidson - Hibernian
 
Laura McCartney - Rangers
 
Kathleen McGovern - Celtic
 
Kirsty Morrison - Hibernian
 
 
Hammil said, ahead of the tournament, “We are all really looking forward to the Euros starting in just two weeks time.

“Preparations have gone well and we’ve got a young group of players desperate to do well on the big stage. We’re in a tough group but it’s a challenge I know the players will relish.

“Women’s football is thriving in Scotland and we want to be a part of that buzz this summer. The players can’t wait to play in front of a loud home crowd and hopefully the country gets behind us, like they did for the ‘A’ squad’s World Cup debut in France.

“Over the course of July we want to continue to help inspire the next generation and also provide a platform for these young players to take the next step in their careers and continue to progress."
 
The draw for the finals of the womens U19 UEFA European Championships has been made in Glasgow.
 
As the host nation, Scotland were represented in the draw, which was conducted by SWNT players Erin Cuthbert and Jo Love.
 
Scotland will open their campaign against France on the 16th July. The young Scots managed to avoid reigning champions Spain, who open their campaign with a mouth-watering tie against England.
 
The full draw is as follows:
 
 
Group A:
 
Scotland
 
Netherlands
 
Norway
 
France
 
 
Group B:
 
England
 
Belgium
 
Spain
 
Germany
 
 
Two teams will qualify from each group to compete in the semi-finals, which will be played on the 25th July at Firhill Stadium and St. Mirren Park. The final will take place at St. Mirren Park on the 28th July.
 

Pauline Hamill, Scotland’s Under-19s Head Coach said “We can’t wait to take on the best in Europe this summer. To compete against Netherlands, Norway & France will be a tough test but the squad will be ready, it’s exciting.”

Pauline added “Having the home crowd will give the girls that extra edge. We’ll prepare in the right way, control what we can control and see where it can take us.”

Speaking at the draw, Glasgow City midfielder Jo Love showed her support for the future heroes of the Scotland Women’s National team: “Both Erin and I progressed through the ranks, having represented Scotland at youth level. We never played in front of a home crowd at a major tournament, so this is a huge opportunity for the girls.”

Love continued “All games are tough at any tournament, Pauline has the squad playing well and on their day can compete with the best in Europe. I’m looking forward to seeing Scotland play, particularly Captain Amy Muir who will be a future star of the women’s game.”

 
The squad for the Scottish Student Sport Mens football team for the Home Nations Tournament in Wales has officially been announced.
 
The 18-man squad will travel down to Cardiff to compete in the tournament this week.
 
The full squad is as follows:
 
 
Jack Allen - Abertay University
 
Aaron Gamble - Heriot-Watt University
 
Alistair Shrive - Heriot-Watt University
 
Callum Reid - Heriot-Watt University
 
Harry Baclay - Heriot-Watt University
 
Hamish MacLeod - Robert Gordon University
 
Ross Clark - University of Aberdeen
 
Mark Waters - The University of Edinburgh
 
Patrick Baird - The University of Edinburgh
 
Santeri Kuivalainen - The University of Edinburgh
 
Andrew Smith - University of Glasgow
 
Colin Grainger - University of Glasgow
 
Conor Morgan - University of Glasgow
 
Jordan Diven - University of Glasgow
 
Finlay Tough - University of St Andrews
 
Lewis Hunter - University of Stirling
 
Robbie McGale - University of Stirling
 
Rory McEwan - University of Stirling
 
 
Congratulations to all selected for the squad!!
 
The squad for the Scottish Student Sport Womens football team for next week's Home Nations Tournament has officially been selected.
 
The squad was cut down from the initial training squad for the tournament and now the selected players will travel to Cardiff on Monday.
 
The full team is as follows:
 
 
Clara Bonner - University of Stirling
 
Taylor Brackin - University of St Andrews
 
Erin Cattanach - Abertay University
 
Izzy Coppel - University of Edinburgh
 
Chloe Docherty - University of the West of Scotland
 
Margaux Durand-Watson - University of Edinburgh
 
Demi-Lee Falconer - University of Stirling
 
Kim Guthrie - University of Edinburgh
 
Kristina Kim - University of Edinburgh
 
Chloe Logan - University of Stirling
 
Beth Macleod - University of Edinburgh
 
Erin Ross - Dundee and Angus College
 
Ellie Simpson - University of Stirling
 
Robyn Smith - Abertay University
 
Eleanor Smith - University of Glasgow
 
Alise Stewart - University of the West of Scotland
 
Kendall Welsh - University of St Andrews
 
Erin Wilson - New College Lanarkshire
 
 
The Home Nations Tournament will run between the 15th-17th April. Congratulations to all selected for the squad!
 
Brian McLaughlin has named his Scotland U17 side for the Elite Round stage of the UEFA European Championship qualifiers.
 
Scotland will be playing on the 20th, 23rd and 26th March with hopes of reaching the finals in Ireland.
 
The full squad is as follows:
 
 
Cieran Slicker - Manchester City
 
Jamie Smith - Hamilton Academical
 
Finn Ecrepont - Ayr United
 
Jamie Hamilton - Hamilton Academical
 
Cammy Logan - Heart of Midlothian
 
Connor McAvoy - Fulham
 
Liam Morrison - Celtic
 
Harris O'Connor - Rangers
 
Connor Barron - Aberdeen
 
Michael Craig - Tottenham Hotspur
 
Ciaran Dickson - Rangers
 
Aaron Hickey - Heart of Midlothian
 
Reece McAlear - Motherwell
 
Stuart McKinstry - Motherwell
 
Liam Miller - Sunderland
 
Connor Smith - Heart of Midlothian
 
Sonny Blu Lo-Everton - Watford
 
Thomas Dickson-Peters - Norwich City
 
Kai Kennedy - Rangers
 
Andrew Winter - Hamilton Academical
 
 
Scotland begin with Portugal on the 20th at the Simple Digital Arena at St Mirren, then Russia at the same venue three days later before ending with Poland at Firhill.
 
Scotland U19 head coach Billy Stark has chosen his squad as he hopes to guide his side to the European Championships this summer.
 
The national side will be playing in the UEFA Elite Round later this month in Portugal, hoping that they have the quality to book their place in the finals in Armenia.
 
Scotland begin with a match against Turkey on the 20th, with their second match seeing them face Cyprus before ending with a difficult match against Portugal.
 
The full squad is as follows:
 
 
Adedapo Mebude - Rangers
 
Archie Mair - Aberdeen
 
Billy Gilmour - Chelsea
 
Brennan Camp - Bournemouth
 
Daniel Church - Celtic
 
Dean Campbell - Aberdeen
 
Elliot Watt - Wolverhampton Wanderers
 
Ewan Henderson - Celtic
 
Glenn Middleton - Rangers
 
Harry Cochrane - Heart of Midlothian
 
Jack Aitchison - Alloa Athletic (On loan from Celtic)
 
Jack Burroughs - Coventry City
 
Jordan Houston - Airdrieonians (On loan from Rangers)
 
Kerr McInroy - Celtic
 
Lewis Mayo - Rangers
 
Robbie Deas - Cowdenbeath (On loan frm Celtic)
 
Ryan Mullen - Celtic
 
Stephen Kelly - Rangers
 
Zak Rudden - Falkirk (On loan from Rangers)
 
 
Eight members of the squad have come through the Scottish FA's performance school system, including the likes of Dean Campbell and Harry Cochrane.
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