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26.09.2013 at 15:00 Killarney Attendance:
Ireland Under 16 5 - 0 Estonia
Referee: Friendly / *-match

Daniel Mandareu (24)
Jamie Ahern (32)
Daniel Mandareu (50)
Conor Davis (60)
Mark Buckley (74)
Opening squads
Eric Donnelly
Conor Masterson
Robbie Mc Court
Daniel Mandareu
Adam Horgan
Stephen Kinsella
JJ Lunney
Jamie Ahern
Stephen Nolan
Jesse Stafford-Lacey
Zachary Elbouzedi
David Kelly
Sean Whelan
Mark Buckley
Conor Davis
Nathan Seery
Avis Ganiyu
Avis Ganiyu -> Adam Horgan (41)
Conor Davis -> Zachary Elbouzedi (55)
Mark Buckley -> Jamie Ahern (60)
David Kelly -> Stephen Nolan (68)
Sean Whelan -> JJ Lunney (68)
Nathan Seery -> Stephen Kinsella (68)
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
Match report

Pictures from the match
Republic of Ireland 5 Estonia 0

THE Republic of Ireland U16 side completed the double over visitors Estonia with a 5-0 win on a sun drenched evening at Celtic Park in Killarney on Thursday evening.

Played before a big crowd, and in the presence of FAI CEO John Delaney, Estonia looked a much slicker side that they were in Listowel when they lost 6-0 on Tuesday.

Indeed they matched Tom O'Connor's Irish side for the opening quarter but the Boys in Green were creating the better chances.

And in the 24th minute they took one of these when Daniel Mandareu got the first of his two on the night.

Jamie Ahern made it 2-0 in the 32nd minute giving the Estonians a mountain to climb.

They needed to score first in the second half but once Mandareu made it 3-0 in the 50th minute it was game over.

Conor Davis got in on the scoring act in the 60th minute with a screamer from distance to make it 4-0 and Mark Buckley wrapped it all up in the 74th minute to send the fans home happy.

St Brendan's Park Tralee's Jesse Srafford Lacey captained the side for the second time in three days in his home county.

Earlier John Delaney officially opened Killarney Celtic's stand now named in honour of the late John 'Doyler' Doyle.

REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: Eric Donnelly, Stephen Nolan (David Kelly 68), JJ Lunney (Sean Whelan 68), Robbie McCourt, Conor Masterson, Jessie Stafford Lacey, Zachary El Bouzedi (Conor Davis 55), Adam Horgan (Avis Ganiyu 40), Steven Kinsella (Nathan Seery 68), Dan Mandareu, Jamie Ahern (Mark Buckley 60).
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