The U13s and U15s are both in action in the Five Nations tournament
Ireland will be represented on the international stage this weekend as the U13s and U15s squash sides travel to compete in the Five Nations.
With a number of players in their ranks that sit among the top ten in Europe, Ireland are confident that they can do well, but are set to face stiff competition in the form of England.
U/15 boys warming up with coach David Noone, first match vs France at 4pm pic.twitter.com/Oje8ePCJQ6— Irish Squash (@IrishSquash) 22 April 2016
Lead by coaches Josh McVeigh and David Noone, as well as team manager Gareth Buckey, Dara O'Flynn and Niamh Maher, the U13s face Scotland on Friday, while the U15s take on France in their opening game.
The tough fixtures continue on Saturday, where tournament favourites across both age categories, England, will face off against their Irish opposition.
The teams also feature a number brother and sister pairings, as Emma McGuggan (U15) and Hannah McGuggan (U13), as well as Jake Creaven (U13) and Michael Creavan (U15) will represent their country, along with the rest of the squads,which are listed in full below: