Saints midfielder Jamie Lennon has been named in Stephen Kenny's Republic of Ireland Under-21 squad for the UEFA U21 European Championships qualifier against Luxembourg.
Ireland U-21 manager Stephen Kenny names 23-man squad for Luxembourg Tottenham Hotspur attacker Troy Parrott called up Republic of Ireland Under-21 manager Stephen Kenny has announced his squad for the UEFA U21 European Championships qualifier against Luxembourg.
Ireland are set to face Luxembourg in their first game of the campaign at Tallaght Stadium on Sunday, March 24 with kick-off at 5pm.
Kenny has named a 23-man squad which includes eight players from the SSE Airtricity League. Darragh Leahy and Dan Mandroiu of Bohemians, Liam Scales and Neil Farrugia of UCD AFC, Waterford's Zach Elbouzedi and Aaron Drinan, Shamrock Rovers' Trevor Clarke and St Patrick's Athletic midfielder Jamie Lennon have all been named.
Liverpool duo Caoimhin Kelleher and Conor Masterson, Manchester United's Lee O'Connor, Manchester City's Gavin Bazunu and Tottenham Hotspur's Troy Parrott have also received call-ups to the U-21 squad.
Simon Power, currently on loan at Dutch second tier side FC Dordrecht from Norwich City, and Connor Ronan, who plays for Slovakian side FC DAC 1904 on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers, will also report for the squad on Monday, March 18.
The squad announcement follows news from the UEFA Executive Committee that the UEFA U21 European Championships finals tournament will expand from 12 teams to 16 teams. The finals, which are set to take place in Hungary and Slovakia in June 2021, will now have four further teams in the finals competition.