Ireland Under-19 head coach Tom Mohan yesterday called up Cliftonville’s in-demand winger Sean Moore to a home-based assessment day in Dublin.
The West Ham target has represented Northern Ireland at Under-18 level and has played first-team football at club level since the age of 16.
Mohan invited 36 players to the assessment day, which included two behind-closed-doors friendlies.
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He is assessing his options ahead of the European elite qualifiers at Ferrycarrig Park in Wexford next month against Slovakia, Greece and Estonia.
Goalkeepers: Reece Byrne (Bohemians), Kieran McDonagh (Galway United), Fiachra Pagel (Drogheda United, on loan from Forest Green Rovers), Conor Walsh (Sligo Rovers).
Defenders: Derinsola Adewale (Bohemians), Conor Barr (Derry City), Sean Carey (Shamrock Rovers), Eanna Clancy (Sligo Rovers), Kieran Cruise (Shamrock Rovers), Ben Curtis (Drogheda United), Carl Lennox (Shamrock Rovers), Jake McCormack (Bohemians), Michael McCarthy (Cobh Ramblers), John O’Donovan (Cork City), Eli Rooney (Sligo Rovers), Lewis Temple (Shelbourne), Harvey Warren (Waterford).
Midfielders: Oisin Coleman (Dundalk), Zack Dunne (Cork City), Steven Healy (Galway United), Darius Lipsic (St. Patrick’s Athletic), James McManus (Bohemians), Harvey Nugent (Shelbourne), Joe O’ Brien-Whitmarsh (Cork City).
Forwards: Anthony Adenepo (Waterford), Kennedy Amechi (Kerry FC), Gbemi Arubi (Shelbourne), Jason Florain (St. Patrick’s Athletic), Gavin Hodgins (Shelbourne), Eoin Kenny (Dundalk), Chris Lotefa (Bohemians), Anthony Mayo (Dundalk), Sean Moore (Cliftonville), David Tarney (Galway United), Gideon Tetteh (Shamrock Rovers), David Traore (Shelbourne).
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