25 April 2014

Northern Ireland in the Victory Shield (2001-2020)

- Schools -
Under-16 - Under-18 - School to Full -
1947-1960 - 1961-1980 - 1981-2000 - 2001-2020 -

2000/01
(Winners: Northern Ireland)
Teams
Pl
W
D
L
F
A
Pt
SCO
0
-
3
WAL
N.Ireland
3
2
1
0
4
2
-
NIR
1
-
0
ENG
England
3
1
1
1
6
2
-
WAL
1
-
1
ENG
Wales
3
1
1
1
5
3
-
SCO
1
-
1
NIR
Scotland
3
0
1
2
1
9
-
ENG
5
-
0
SCO
NIR
2
-
1
WAL
* Northern Ireland claim their first Victory Shield title.

NIR Squad: Lee Windrum (Ashfield HS), William McFrederick (Enniskillen HS), Conor McCabe (St Mary's GS), Henry McStay (St Michael's GS), Stephen Munn (Dromore HS), Kevin Henry (Newry HS), Conall Murtagh (Aquinas GS), Brian Devine (Oakgrove College), Alan Neill (Knockbreda HS), Steven Davis (Ballymena Academy), Chris Kingsberry (Laurelhill HS), Jonathan Black (Larne GS), Robert McAuley (Erne Int. College), Paul Carvill (St Patrick's College), Samuel Morrow (Limavady GS), Robert White (Edmund Rice College), Victor Hill (Dunmurry HS), Dean Shiels (Magera HS), Jonathan Harkness (Crumlin HS)
Manager: John McKeag; Coaches: Robert Nesbitt, Derek Moore; Physio: Colin Redmond; Doctor: Trevor Dickson

2001/02
(Winners: England)
Teams
Pl
W
D
L
F
A
Pt
WAL
4
-
4
SCO
England
3
3
0
0
10
3
-
ENG
3
-
0
NIR
Scotland
3
1
1
1
9
8
-
ENG
3
-
1
WAL
Wales
3
1
1
1
6
7
-
NIR
0
-
3
SCO
N.Ireland
3
0
0
3
0
7
-
SCO
2
-
4
ENG
WAL
1
-
0
NIR
* First season as Under-16 competition.

NIR Squad: Paul Willis (Balmoral HS), Conore McAnellen (St Michael's, Lurgan), Sean Brolly (Leeds United), Barry Spence (Balmoral HS), Stephen Munn (Dromore HS/Coventry City), Paul Hamilton (Castle HS, Belfast), Ciaran McKenna (St Michael's, Enniskillen), Conor Dawson (Our Lady & St Patrick's, Belfast), James Bell (Balmoral HS), Darren Gamble (St Coleman's, Strabane), Jonathan Maybin (Strabane GS), Ciaran Cargan (Corpus Christi, Belfast), Andre Cleary (Malone College), Scott Best (Portadown College), Jonny Steele (St Comgall's, Larne), Jonathan Tuffey (Newbridge Int., Banbridge), Thomas Stewart (Craigavon Senior HS), David Howland (Wellington College, Belfast), Mark Watson (Cambridge House, Ballymena), Martin Smyth (St Brigid's, Londonderry), Gary Bonnar (CBS, Omagh), Vincent Burns (Corpus Christi, Belfast)
Manager: George Beattie; Coaches: Desi Curry, Charlie Murphy; Physio: Alan Clarkson; Doctor: Owen Fitzpatrick

2002/03
(Winners: England)
Teams
Pl
W
D
L
F
A
Pt
SCO
4
-
3
WAL
England
3
3
0
0
8
3
-
NIR
1
-
3
ENG
or 0-2
Scotland
3
2
0
1
8
8
-
WAL
0
-
1
ENG
Wales
3
1
0
2
6
6
-
SCO
2
-
1
NIR
N.Ireland
3
0
0
3
3
8
-
ENG
4
-
2
SCO
NIR
1
-
3
WAL

2003/04
(Winners: Scotland & England)
Teams
Pl
W
D
L
F
A
Pt
WAL
1
-
2
SCO
England
3
2
1
0
9
3
-
ENG
4
-
0
NIR
Scotland
3
2
1
0
6
3
-
ENG
4
-
2
WAL
Wales
3
1
0
2
5
6
-
NIR
1
-
3
SCO
N.Ireland
3
0
0
3
1
9
-
SCO
1
-
1
ENG
WAL
2
-
0
NIR

2004/05
(Winners: England)
NIR Squad: Chris Snow (St.Mary's Irvinestown / B'mallard), Chris Murdock (Dromore High / Distillery), Ryan Blaney (St.Colmicille's Crossgar / Distillery), Craig Cathcart (Glengormly High) Captain, Darren McAnearney (St. Joseph's Newry / Portadown), Fearghal Burke (St. Paul's Lurgan / Distillery), Jamie McGovern (Larne Grammar / Larne), Partick Donnelly (Our Lady & St.Patrick's / Distillery), Clarke Simpsom (Rainey / Larne), Geoff McGaw (Man City), Chris McGaharan (La Salle / Distillery), Aaron Robinson (Model / Shankill Juniors), Kalem McLoughlin (Erne College / B'mallard), Chris McIllmurray (Movilla / Glentoran), David Cushley (Model / Shankill Juniors), Garth McDonald (Sullivan / Glentoran), Benjamin Browne (Regent / Glentoran), Adam McGurk (Aston Villa), Corry Evans (Manchester United)

2005/06
(Winners: England & Wales)
Manager: Desi Curry

2006/07
(Winners: England)
Manager: Desi Curry

2007/08
(Winners: England)
Manager: Desi Curry

2008/09
(Winners: England)
Manager: Desi Curry

2009/10
(Winners: England)
NIR Squad: Conor Brennan (St. Colmcille's Crossgar), Gareth Deane (Laurelhill), Matthew Clarke (Strabane High School), Matthew Deighan (St. Malachy's College), Thomas Healey (St. Patrick's GS Downpatrick), Joey Jones (Grey Court School), Luke McCullough (Portadown College), Shane McKinney (Craigavon Senior HS), Dominic Ball (Harefield Academy), Joshua Barton (Lurgan Junior High), Noel Lawless (St. Paul's Lurgan), Paul McElroy (St. Patrick's Dungannon), Conall McGrandles (Meanscoil), Ryan McLaughlin (St. Mary's CBGS), David Morgan (Nottingham Academy), Aaron Rogan (St. Joseph's Derry), Douglas Wilson (Markethill HS), Luke Conlan (St. Columba's Portaferry), Paul George (St. Ninian's), Seamus McCartan (St. Colman's Newry)
Manager: Desi Curry

2010/11
(Winners: England)
Manager: Desi Curry

2011/12
(Winners: England)
Conor Mitchell (Dominican College Portstewart), Sean McElhone (Corpus Christi College), Liam Donnelly (St. Joseph's GS Donaghmore), Cameron Dummigan (St. Paul's JHS Lurgan), Jack Graham (Dunclug College), George Gray (Bangor Academy), Jamie Harney (CBS Omagh), Ben McFadden (St. Columb's College), Christian Stewart (Portadown College), Conal Crawford (Holy Cross Strabane), Josh Doherty (Movilla High School), Craig Gardiner (Newtownabbey Community HS), Dale Gorman St. Eunan's College), Eoghan McCawl (St. Colmcille's Crossgar), Conor Mallon (St. Mary's CBGS), Eoin Teague (St. Patrick's Academy Dungannon), Loughlain Toland (Oakgrove Integrated College), Ruairi Croskery (Ashton on Mersey School), Mikhail Kennedy (St. Columb's College), Jamie McDonagh (Fort Hill College), Sean Mullan St. Columb's College)
Manager: Desi Curry

2012/13
(Winners: England)
Teams
Pl
W
D
L
F
A
Pt
NIR
0
-
5
ENG
England
3
3
0
0
7
0
9
SCO
2
-
0
WAL
N.Ireland
3
1
1
1
3
7
4
SCO
1
-
2
NIR
Scotland
3
1
0
2
3
3
3
WAL
0
-
1
ENG
Wales
3
0
1
2
1
4
1
NIR
1
-
1
WAL
ENG
1
-
0
SCO

NIR Squad: Conor Hazard (St Patrick's GS, Downpatrick), Oran Barton (Loreto College, Coleraine), Callum Byers (Grosvenor GS), Mark Edgar (Bertie Peacock Youth), Seanna Foster (De La Salle College), Jason Greenaway (Craigavon Senior HS), Ben Hall (Omagh Academy), Lorcan Mallon (St Patrick's, Dungannon), Conor Quigley (St Columb's College), Scott Whiteside (Coleraine College), Ben Doherty (St Columb's College), Jamie Dunne (St Brigid's College), Andrew Hoey (City of Armagh HS), Ben Kennedy (Fort Hill College), Calvin Kennedy (St Brigid's College), Glenn Law (Coleraine College), Ciaran Smith (St Michael's, Enniskillen), Stephen Fallon (De La Salle College), Andrew Mooney (St Patrick's College), Jonathan Smith (Belfast Boys Model), Jordan Thompson (Ashton on Mersey)
Manager: Desi Curry

2013/14
(Winners: Scotland)
Teams
Pl
W
D
L
F
A
Pt
ENG
1
-
0
WAL
Scotland
3
2
1
0
6
2
7
NIR
0
-
3
SCO
Wales
3
1
1
1
6
3
4
WAL
2
-
2
SCO
England
3
1
0
2
1
2
3
ENG
0
-
1
NIR
N..Ireland
3
1
0
2
1
7
3
WAL
4
-
0
NIR
SCO
1
-
0
ENG

NIR Squad: Conor Hazzard (St Patrick's, Downpatrick), Tom McDermott (Holy Cross, Strabane), Nathan Kerr (Laurelhill), Caoimhghin Mulligan (Corpus Christi College), Matthew Smyth (Devenish College), Dylan King (Strabane Academy), Joe Crowe (Malone College), Shea Gordon (St Patrick's, Dungannon), Kyle McClean (Belfast HS), Luke Fisher (Ashfield), Mark McKee (St Patrick's College), Martin Olali (Colaiste Feirste), Jake Francis (Coleraine Inst), Conor McKendry (St Killian's College), Emmett McNabb (St John's Dromore), Shea Conaty (St Patrick's, Armagh), Matthew Henry (Larne Grammar), Ryan Caulfield (Ballyclare Secondary)
Manager: Desi Curry

2014/15
(Winners: Wales)
Teams
Pl
W
D
L
F
A
Pt
WAL
1
-
0
ENG
Wales
3
3
0
0
5
1
9
SCO
1
-
2
NIR
England
3
2
0
1
3
2
6
NIR
0
-
1
ENG
N..Ireland
3
1
0
2
2
4
3
SCO
1
-
2
WAL
Scotland
3
0
0
3
3
6
0
NIR
0
-
2
WAL
ENG
2
-
1
SCO
* England withdrew from the competition after this edition.
Northern Ireland U16s vs England, 7 November 2011, Dungannon
Cormac Lawlor, Conor Larkin, David Parkhouse, Christopher Crane, Jack White, Matthew Lynch, Jack Sharvin, Liam McKenna, Lucas Galashan, Tre Sterling, Stephen Mallon
Northern Ireland fixtures
31/10/14 2-1 Scotland (St Mirren)
07/11/14 0-1 England (Stangmore Park, Dungannon)
20/11/14 0-2 Wales (Ballymena Showgrounds)

NIR Squad:
Goalkeepers: Connor Larkin (Armagh), Matty Davidson (Linfield)
Defenders: Cormac Lawlor (Cliftonville), Conal Fagan (Oxford), Jack White (Glentoran), Lucas Gallashan (Glentoran), Liam McKenna (Plunkett), Chris Crane (Linfield)
Midfielders: Chris Gallagher (Linfield), Matt Lynch (Glenavon), Dylan Davidson (Cliftonville), Stephen Mallon (Plunkett), Tre Stirling (Glentoran)
Forwards: Niall Cassidy (Armagh), Jack Sharvin (Linfield), Alex Carolan (Maiden City), Dave Parkhouse (Maiden City), Reece McGinley (Liverpool)
Manager: Stephen Robinson

2015/16 (Wales)
(Winners: Wales)
Teams
Pl
W
D
L
F
A
Pt
NIR
0
-
0
RoI
Wales
3
2
0
1
6
4
6
WAL
1
-
2
SCO
Scotland
3
1
1
1
3
2
4
SCO
0
-
1
NIR
N. Ireland
3
1
1
1
2
3
4
WAL
2
-
1
RoI
Rep. Ireland
3
0
2
1
2
3
2
RoI
1
-
1
SCO
WAL
3
-
1
NIR
Republic of Ireland replace England. Competition hosted in Newport, Wales.

01/11/15 0-0 Rep of Ireland (Newport Stadium, 2pm)
03/11/15 1-0 Scotland (Newport Stadium, 2pm)
05/11/15 1-3 Wales (Dragon Park, 2pm)

NIR Squad:
Goalkeepers: Oliver Webber (Nendrum College), Rory Brown (Foyle College)
Defenders: Sean Wallace (De Le Salle College), Keith Kearney (St Patricks, Armagh), Ethan Warnock (Ashfield Boys), Aaron Donnelly (St Patricks, Belfast), Ian Maxwell (Limavady High), Luke Ferguson (St Patricks, Dungannon)
Midfielders: Barney McKeown (St Colmans, Newry), Jack Chambers (Banbridge Academy),
Jordan McEnuff (St Columbs College), Caolan Boyd (De La Salle College), Ethan Galbraith (Glengormley High)
Forwards: Leo Brown (RBAI), Josh Tipping (Campbell College), Harry Robinson (Belfast Royal Academy), Niall Owens (St Michaels College, Enniskillen), Reece McGinley Rainhill High School), Alex McIlmail (Bangor Academy), Paul O'Neill (St Malachys, Belfast)

2016/17 (Scotland)
(Winners: Republic of Ireland)

All games at Oriam Sports Complex, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh
30/10/16 0-2 Scotland
01/11/16 1-2 Republic of Ireland
04/11/16 2-3 Wales

NIR Squad:
Goalkeepers: Tiernan Parker (School: Onslow St Audrey’s Hatfield/Club: Luton Town), Paul McLaughlin (CBS Secondary Belfast/Glentoran);
Defenders: Jake Corbett (Dromore High School/Linfield), Ethan Warnock (Ashfield Boys’ School Belfast/Glentoran), Sam McClelland (Limavady Grammar/Coleraine), Dean Corrigan (Enniskillen Royal Grammar/Ballinamallard United), Barney McKeown (St Colman’s College Newry/Portadown), Jack Conlon (St Ronan’s College Lurgan/Portadown), Jack Scott (Tandragee Junior High/Linfield);
Midfielders: Ethan Galbraith (Glengormley High/Linfield), Lee O’Brien (Dunclug College Ballymena/Cliftonville), Jordon McEneff (St Columb’s College Derry-Londonderry/Coleraine), Andrew Whiteside (Coleraine Grammar/Coleraine), George Curran (Royal School Dungannon/Linfield), Paul McAdorey (St Patrick’s College Belfast/Cliftonville);
Forwards: Ben Wilson (St Columb’s College Derry-Londonderry/Coleraine), Christopher Conn (St Mary’s Grammar Belfast/Glentoran), Connor Farrelly (Corpus Christi Belfast/Cliftonville), Callum Ferris (Craigavon Senior High Lurgan/Portadown), Caolan McLaughlin (St Joseph’s Secondary Derry-Londonderry/Foyle Harps).

2017/18 (Northern Ireland)
(Winners: Republic of Ireland)

23/10/17 0-1 Republic of Ireland (Clandeboye Park, Bangor)
25/10/17 2-1 Scotland (Seaview, Belfast)
27/10/17 1-0 Wales (Clandeboye Park, Bangor)

NIR Squad:
Goalkeepers: David Walsh (Killicomaine Junior High Portadown/Linfield), Callum Taylor (William De Ferrers Essex/Southend United);
Defenders: Jesse Carson (Lurgan Junior High School/Glenavon), Trai Hume (Slemish College Ballymena/Linfield), Dylan Boyle (Lurgan Junior High School/Ridgeway Rovers), Euan Devreney (Bearsden Academy Glasgow/Rangers), Lewis MacKinnon (Bangor Grammar School/Linfield), John McGivern (St Malachy’s College Belfast/Ridgeway Rovers).
Midfielders: Carl Johnson (Belfast Boys’ Model/Linfield), Chris Hutchinson (Markethill High School/Portadown), Gerard Storey (Edmund Rice College Glengormley/Ridgeway Rovers), Marito Marcel (St Patrick’s Dungannon/Dungannon Youth), Conor Bradley (Christian Brothers’ Grammar Omagh/St Patrick’s), Caolan McBride (St Malachy’s College Belfast/Glentoran), Ben Gallagher (Holy Cross College Strabane/Dungannon Youth), Barry Baggley (St Mary’s Christian Brothers’ Grammar School Belfast/Glentoran).
Forwards: Alberto Balde (Craigavon Senior High/Portadown), Aaron Brown (Royal Belfast Academical Institution/Linfield), Peter McKiernan (Edmund Rice College Glengormley/Cliftonville), Eoin Teggart (St Colman’s High School and Sixth Form College Ballynahinch/Cliftonville).

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