07 Dec 2021

Kildare student chosen to represent country on Ireland Under 16 women’s basketball team

Kilcullen student selected

Kildare student chosen to represent country on Ireland Under 16 women’s basketball team

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A Kilcullen student has been chosen on the final panel of 12 announced for Ireland Under 16 women’s basketball team.

Miah Ryan, Cross and Passion Kilcullen, Larry Birds is the only player from Kildare to be selected. 

Head Coach of the Ireland Under 16 women’s team, Andy Gill today announced the squad of who will advance to represent Ireland this summer at the FIBA U16 Women’s European Championship Division B.

Coach Gill stated: “I have been involved with Ireland Under 16 women’s squads since 2013, and this was by far one of our hardest selections. It was incredibly close and we spent considerable time over the last few months coming to this decision. I am sure the players who have not been selected will have a great chance to be involved in international squads again, and should maintain their efforts. We now have 12 players that we need to mould into a team capable of doing themselves justice at the Europeans in August, and we will work tirelessly to enable that to happen.”

The Ireland U16 women will contest the FIBA U16 Women’s European Championships Division B from August 15-24th in Sofia, Bulgaria. 

You can view the event website here: europe/u16bwomen/2019


The selected players are:

Casey Mulvey, St Clare’s College, East Cavan Eagles

Ella O’Donnell, Rathdown, Meteors BC

Hazel Finn, St Louis Kiltimagh, Maree BC

Kara McCleane, Colaiste Einde, Titans BC

Kate Kelly, St Oliver’s Secondary School, Drogheda Sparks

Miah Ryan, Cross and Passion Kilcullen, Larry Birds

Michelle Ugwah, Schoil Mhuire Gan Smal Blarney, Brunell BC

Paris McCarthy, Gael Cholaiste Chiarra, St Mary’s

Sarah Hickey, Mercy School, Waterford Wildcats

Sinead Keane, Firhouse, Meteors BC

Sophie Moore, Crescent College, St Colm’s

Tania Salvado, Pobalscoil Inbhear Sceine, Kenmare Kestrels

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