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18.03.2014 at 11:00 Sportcentrum Papendal, Arnhem Attendance:
Netherlands 4 - 1 Ireland Under 16
Referee: Friendly / *-match

Javairo Dilrosun 38 mins;
Joey Konings 43 mins;
Joey Konings 56 mins
Javairo Dilrosun 69 mins;
Zachary Elbouzedi (73)
Opening squads
David Coffey
Darragh Leahy
Tristan Hosman
Conor Davis
Mark Buckley
Jesse Stafford-Lacey
Conor Levingston
Stephen Nolan
JJ Lunney
Zachary Elbouzedi
Jean Yves-Poame
Louis Dunne
Daniel Mandareu
Ryan Fowley
Gareth Doherty
Avis Ganiyu
None Daniel Mandareu -> Jean Yves-Poame (41)
Gareth Doherty -> Conor Davis (55)
Ryan Fowley -> Mark Buckley (55)
Avis Ganiyu -> Conor Levingston (76)
Louis Dunne -> Jesse Stafford-Lacey (78)
Yellow cards
None None.
Red cards
None None.
Other statistics
0 Shots 0
0 Shots on goal 0
0 Offsides 0
0 Corner kicks 0
0 Free kicks 0
0 Penalties 0
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Netherlands 4 Republic of Ireland 1

THE Republic of Ireland U16 team were beat 4-1 by an impressive Netherlands side in a friendly international in Arnhem this evening.

Tom O'Connor's side produced a disciplined first half but conceded just before the break when Javairo Dilrosun found the net.

Any hope Ireland had of launching a quick response after the break suffered a blow when Joey Konings found the home side after just three minutes of the restart.

PSV starlet Konings found the net again in the 56th minute when he flick home with his heel after an initial effort by Mees de Wit had been half-cleared by the Irish defence.

Dilrosun made it four in the 69th minute. Malahide United's Zachary Elbouzedi pulled one back for Ireland in the 73rd minute after a flowing move involving three one touch passes down the flank that was finished with a neat side-foot finish. Ryan Fowley and Dan Mandareu were involved in the build-up.

Fowley had an effort rattle the Dutch crossbar late on but O'Connor recognised that it would have but a false complexion on the score-line. The two sides will meet again on Thursday morning.

"The Dutch were brilliant. We've no excuses - that was a top class opponent," said O'Connor.

"We'd played a few club teams recently but playing a top class national team like that is another experience completely. We speak about not giving the ball away and the players saw first-hand what that means by the way Holland played.

"A defeat is disappointing but from a learning experience it was very good. There were some good individual performances. Zachary Elbouzedi scored an excellent goal and was very good. Dan Mandareu did some brilliant things when he came on. Ryan Fowley, Stephen Nolan and Gareth Doherty did well too.

"But the truth was that the Dutch had lots of possession. We came here without four experienced who are with the U17s and that was the point of this exercise - to give the players top quality opposition and a very good learning experience. That's provided they take it on board.

"The only way our players can benchmark themselves is by competing against the best. We'll hope to learn from this and improve in the second game on Thursday."

NETHERLANDS: Justin Bijlow, Sheral Floranus (Timothy Fosu-Mensah 65), Darren Sidoel, Justin Bakker, Danny Mühl, Rodney Kongolo, Carel Eiting, Azor Matusiwa (Mees Hoedemakers 41), Rashaan Fernandes (Mees de Wit 41), Joey Konings (Cali Daniel 65), Javairo Dilrosun.

REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: David Coffey (Springfield Ramblers), Stephen Nolan (BT Harps). Jonathan Lunney (Malahide United), Darragh Leahy (St Kevins Boys), Tristan Hosmann (Mullingar Athletic), Conor Levingston (Wolverhampton Wanderers), Jean Yves Poame (Corduff), Jesse Stafford-Lacey (St Brendans Park FC), Mark Buckley (Corinthians Boys), Conor Davis (Templeogue United), Zachary Elbouzedi (Malahide United).

Subs: Daniel Mandareu (St Kevins Boys) for Poame 40; Gareth Doherty (Letterkenny Rovers) for Davis 55; Ryan Fowley (Buttevant AFC) for Buckley 55; Avis Ganiyu (Templeogue United) for Levingston 76; Louis Dunne (Colchester United) for Stafford-Lacey 78.


Thursday, 20th March 2014
U16 International Friendly
Netherlands v Republic of Ireland, Sportcentrum Papendal, Arnhem (11.00am Irish)
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