17 December 2011

Northern Ireland Squads in the Milk Cup Elite Section

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The Northern Ireland Elite squads that have competed at the Milk Cup...

(incomplete)

1997 
(partial)
Aaron Hughes, David Healy (4 goals), Jeff Whitley, John Convery, Sean Friars (2 goals), Andy Kirk (4 goals), Garth Scates (1 goal), Wesley Boyle (1 goal), Shaun Holmes, Tim McCann, David Miskelly, Wayne Carlisle, Johnny Topley.


1998

1999

2000
Goalkeepers: Aaron Kerr (Wolves), Alan Mannus (Linfield)
Defenders: Ciaran Donaghy (Crusaders), Brendan McIlhome (Orient), Mark Clyde (Wolves), Wayne Buchanan (Bolton), Chris Baird (Southampton), Nathan McConnell (St Johnstone)
Midfielders: Conor Hagan (Wolves), Brian Close (Middlesborough), Andrew Dickson (Wolves), Ryan McCann (Rangers), Matthew Spence (Morecambe), Dale Gordon (Blackpool)
Forwards: Gerard McCargo (Leeds), James Willis (Wolves), Stephen Parkhouse (Manchester City), Kevin Braniff (Millwall)

2001
(provisional squad, taken from tournament programme)
Alan MannusChris Baird, Andrew Morrow,  Mark Clyde, Brendan McElhome,  Wayne BuchananBrian Close, Conor Hagan, Gary Browne, Conor Forker, Lewis Hogg, Aaron Kerr, Carl Heiniger, Timothy Mouncey, Aidan McVeigh, Ciaran Donaghy, Mark Magennis.


2002

2003
(provisional squad, taken from tournament programme)
M. McGovern, C. Breen, D. Nelson, J. Ervin, K. Lindsay, M. McChrystal, H. Davey, M. Flanagan, C. Larkin, K. Henry, N. Alderdice, P. Craig, B. Tosh, S. Davis, S. Clingan, A. Hamilton, C. Brunt, C. Murtagh, R. Haniford, J. Harkness, N. Teggart, K. Ramsey, S. Morrow, D. Shiels, P. Keenan, A. Crawford, M. Hamilton.


2004
(provisional squad, taken from tournament programme)
William McFrederick, Lee Windrum, Jim Ervin, Jeffrey Hughes, Conall Murtagh, Albert Watson, Conor Larkin, Daryl Smylie, Paul Carvill, Steven Davis, Rauri McClean,  Kieran McKenna, Brian Tosh, Chris Kingsberry, Noel Johnston, Ciaran McMullan,  Tommy Stewart, Emmet Friars, Paul Hamilton, Dermott McCaffrey, Sammy Morrow, Stepehn Munn, John Harkness, Richard Clarke


2005
(provisional squad, taken from tournament programme)
David Armstrong, James Bell, Scott Best, David Buchanan, Aaron Callaghan, Stephen Carroll, Trevor Carson, Ryan Catney, Andrew Cleary, Grant Dunlop, Ciaran Cargan, Paul Hamilton, Tony Kane, Kyle Lafferty, Dermott McCaffrey, Scott McCordick, Paul McDowell, Kieran McKenna, Kyle McVey, Damien Meenan, Dominic Melly, Jamie Mulgrew, Philip Simpson, Barry Spence, Gary Spence, Peter Spratt, Johnny Steele, Tommy Stewart, Jonathan Tuffey, Aidan Watson, Robbie Weir, Paul Willis.


2006
Goalkeepers: Trevor Carson (Sunderland), Aaron Hogg (Crusaders), Chris Keenan (Larne)
Defenders: David Armstrong (Hearts), Chris Casement (Ipswich Town), Tony Kane (Blackburn Rovers), Rory McArdle (Sheffield Wednesday), Michael Corcoran (Cardiff City), Matthew Hazley (Stoke City), Johnny Taylor (Unattached)
Midfielders: Ryan Berry (Glentoran), Ryan Catney (Lisburn Distillery), Daryl Fordyce (Portsmouth), Chris Turner (Sligo Rovers), Robert Garrett (Stoke City), Robbie Weir (Sunderland)
Forwards: Curtis Allen (AFC Bournemouth), Stephen Garrett (Linfield), Kyle Lafferty (Burnley), Paul McCrink (Coventry City)
Manager: Roy Millar

2007
Goalkeepers: Trevor Carson (Sunderland); Aaron Hogg (Crusaders)
Defenders: Jonathan Taylor (Hearts); Craig Cathcart (Manchester United); Chris Casement (Ipswich Town); Ian Curran (Newry City); Mark Gallagher; Ciaran Boyd (Cliftonville); Scott Gibb (Falkirk)
Midfielders: Robin Shroot (Wimbledon); Niall Henderson (Gretna); Martin Donnelly (Sheffield United); Robert Weir (Sunderland); Robert Garrett (Stoke City); Ryan Harpur (Everton)
Forwards: Jonathan Flynn (Ballymena United); Curtis Allen (Bournemouth); Andrew Little (Rangers); Michael Carville (Wrexham); Jamie McGovern (Glentoran)
Manager: Roy Millar

2008 
Goalkeepers: Chris McCluskey (Lisburn Distillery); Wayne Drummond (Millwall).
Defenders: Adam Chapman (Sheffield United); Ryan McGivern (Manchester City); Howard Beverland (Coleraine); Jonathan Flynn (Blackburn Rovers); Ross Redman (Portadown); Shane Duffy (Everton); Daniel Lafferty (Celtic); Jaimie McGovern (Glentoran); Liam McMenamin (Sheffield Wednesday).
Midfielders: Eunan O'Kane (Everton); Philip Lowry (Institute);  Nathan Hanley (Hull City).
Forwards: Andrew Little (Rangers); Jordan Owens (Crusaders); James McClean (Derry City);  James Lawrie  (Port Vale).
Manager: Steve Beaglehole


2009 
Goalkeepers: Conor Devlin (Manchester Utd),  Wayne Drummond  (Millwall).
Defenders: Sean McCashin (Nottingham Forest), Nathan Hanley (Hull City), Conor McLaughlin (Preston North End), Chris Ramsey (unattached),  Dean Jarvis  (Aberdeen), Howard Beverland (Coleraine), Craig Hill (Ballinamallard).
Midfielders: Corry Evans (Manchester Utd), Oliver Norwood (Manchester Utd), Eunan O'Kane (Everton), Stephen Dooley (Coleraine),  Paddy McLaughlin  (Newcastle).
Forwards: Billy Kee (Leicester City), James Lawrie (Port Vale),  William Grigg (Walsall), Josh Magennis (Cardiff City).
Manager: Steve Beaglehole


2010 
Goalkeepers: Wayne Drummond (Rangers), Andrew Dickey (Unattached)
Defenders: Liam Bagnall (Sunderland), Chris Hegarty (Rangers), Ryan Blake (Brentford), Dean Jarvis (Aberdeen), Craig Hill (Dundee United), Adam Thompson (Watford), Daniel Devine (Preston North End)
Midfielders: Paddy McLaughlin (Newcastle United), James Gray (Middlesbrough), Jonathan Breeze (Wigan Athletic), Jonathan Gorman (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Scott Davidson (Unattached)
Forwards: Liam Boyce (Cliftonville), William Grigg (Walsall), Neil Dougan (Preston North End), Kirk Millar (Oldham Athletic)
Manager: Steve Beaglehole


2011 
Goalkeepers: Wayne Drummond (Unattached), Gareth Deane (QPR)
Defenders: Adam Thompson (Watford), Chris Hegarty (Rangers), Rory McKeown (Kilmarnock), Dean Jarvis (Unattached), Jordan Watson (Sunderland), Ryan McLaughlin (Liverpool)
Midfielders: Andrew Mitchell (Rangers), Matthew Ball (Norwich City), Seanan Clucas (Preston North End), James Knowles (Blackburn Rovers), Neil Dougan (Linfield), James Gray (Unattached)
Forwards: Cormac Burke (Ipswich Town), Caolan Lavery (Ipswich Town), Michael McLellan (Preston North End), Liam McAlinden (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Manager: Steve Beaglehole

2012
IrishFA
Goalkeepers: Conor Brennan (Leicester City), Gareth Deane (unattached)
Defenders: Luke McCullough (Manchester United), Jordan Watson (Sunderland), Josh Robinson (unattached), Luke Conlan (Burnley), James Knowles (unattached), Jamie Sendles-White (QPR)
Midfielders: Jude Winchester (Kilmarnock), Dougie Wilson (Hull City), Francis McCaffrey (Hull City), David Morgan (Nottingham Forest), Caolan McAleer (Partick Thistle), John McGuigan (Glentoran)
Forwards: Michael McLellan (unattached), Liam McAlinden (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Cormac Burke (Ipswich Town), Shay McCartan (Burnley)
Manager: Stephen Robinson

2013
IrishFA
Goalkeepers: Conor Thompson (Torquay United), Conor Brennan (Kilmarnock)
Defenders: Jamie Sendles-White (QPR), Matthew Buchanan (West Bromwich Albion), Dominic Ball (Tottenham Hotspur), Patrick McNally (Celtic), Luke McCullough (Doncaster Rovers)
Midfielders: David Morgan (Nottingham Forest), Liam Nolan (Crewe Alexandra), Aaron McEneff (Tottenham Hotspur), Cameron McGeehan (Norwich City), Rhys Sharpe (Derby County), Callum Camps (Rochdale)
Forwards: Jamie Reid (Exeter City), Andrew Mitchell (Glenavon), Paul McElroy (Hull City), Jonathan McMurray (Cliftonville), Dion Charles (Blackpool)
Manager: Stephen Robinson

2014
1. Chris Johns (gk) (Southampton)
2. Josh Doherty (Watford)
3. Tom Smart (West Brom)
4. Jamie Harney (West Ham)
5. Kris Lowe (Dungannon Swifts)
6. Levi Ives (Torquay)
7. George Gray (Preston)
8. Eoghan McCawl (Hull)
9. Dale Gorman (Stevenage)
10. Aaron McEneff (Tottenham)
11. Simon Hanna (Sheff Wed)
12. Conor Mitchell (gk) (Burnley)
13. Reece Glendinning (Linfield)
14. Sean Mullan (Sheff Wed)
15. Mikhail Kennedy (Charlton)
16. Jamie McDonagh (Sheff United)
17. Robbie McDaid (Leeds)
18. Steven Fallon (Swansea)
Manager: Stephen Craigan


2015-date
No tournament

Sources:
BBC Sport
Irish FA
Dale Farm Milk Cup Official Site

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