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Beauly, Lovat and Glenurquhart represented in under-21 shinty hurling squad


By Will Clark


Beauly, Glenurquhart and Lovat are all represented in the Scotland under-21 squad to face Ireland in the shinty hurling international next month.

Lachlan Smith from Glenurquhart is named in the Scotland under-21 squad. Picture: Neil Paterson
Lachlan Smith from Glenurquhart is named in the Scotland under-21 squad. Picture: Neil Paterson

Danny Kelly from Lovat, Andrew Morrison from Beauly and Lachlan Smith from Glenurquhart are in the 20-man squad who will play in Dublin on Saturday, November 2.

Beauly’s Andrew Morrison (centre) has also been called up to the squad. Picture: Neil Paterson
Beauly’s Andrew Morrison (centre) has also been called up to the squad. Picture: Neil Paterson

Announcing his squad, manager Alan MacRae said: "It has been a difficult decision to select the squad from the cream of Scottish under-21 shinty talent.

However, having considered player performances throughout the season, trial matches and composite training sessions, we feel we have selected a strong group of players who we believe will compete well with

the hosts, who we know will be looking for revenge following our well-deserved victory there last year.

Scotland under-21 squad

Andrew Morrison (Beauly)

Calum Grant (Kingussie)

Danny Kelly (Lovat)

Daniel Macvicar (Oban Camanachd)

Daniel Maccuish (Oban Camanachd)

Daniel Sloss (Oban Camanachd)

Findlay Macdonald (Lochaber)

Iain Richardson (Newtonmore)

Iain Robinson (Newtonmore)

Innes Blackhall (Kilmallie)

Jonathan Macaskill (Glasgow Mid Argyll)

Kieran Macpherson (Kingussie)

Lachie Shaw (Fort William)

Lachlan Smith (Glenurquhart)

Roddy Young (Kingussie)

Ross Macmillan (Oban Celtic)

Ruaridh Anderson (Kingussie)

Scott MAclachlan (Inveraray)

William Mackinnon (Skye)

Zander Michie (Kingussie)



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