17 clubs and players from 10 counties are represented in the U 18 Clubs to face Languedoc today in Templeville road at 14.30pm. See below for squad announcement…

Alex McGoye- Navan
Conor Maguire- Boyne
Jack Aungier-Suttonians 
Jack Regan – Birr (Captain)
Tom Mulvaney- Skerries
Paul Boyle- Gorey
Sean Masterson-  Portlaoise
Kevin Dolan- DLSP
Christian Beirne- Navan
James McCourt- Suttonians
Chris Maloney- Birr
Cormac Jones- Boyne
Niall O’Neill- Naas
Ben O’Reilly- Mullingar
Conor Nash- Navan
Eoin Corcoran- Longford
David Fox- Navan
Stephen McGivern- Dundalk
Conor Farrell- Navan
Rudhuan McDonnell- Longford
Aiden McDonald- Kilkenny
Ciaran Frawley- Skerries
Peter Howard- Cill Dara

Read the report from the squad’s last match against the Exiles below…

Leinster U/18 Club
Exiles 5    Leinster 39

Leinster U/18 Club side travelled to Oratory School, Reading to play the Exiles in their first competitive outing this season.

After a nervous start by both sides Leinster began to dominate and were rewarded with the lead, on 20 minutes, when the Exiles gave away a penalty after a sustained period of pressure. The penalty was converted by Ciaran Frawley. Although Leinster were on top for most of the half the Exiles took the lead just before halftime when following a kick ahead they crashed over for a try to leave the score 5 to 3 at the break.

The second half was a completely one sided affair with Leinster making the most of every opportunity presented to them. Within 5 minutes Ciaran Frawley scored and coverted a try after Leinster won a scrum close to the Exiles line. After 10 minutes of the half Leinster began to run the ball at will and after some interplay between backs and forwards Peter Howard broke free to score a well worked try. Ciaran Frawley again converted and add a penalty soon after to leave the Leinster with a commanding lead.

Leinster were not finished and followed up with tries from Darragh Sweeney, Conor Hand and Conor Nash with Shane Walshe and Ciaran Frawley converting 2 of the 3 tries. At the final whistle Leinster had amassed a 39 point to 5 win which reflected their dominance throughout the game.

15. Shane Walsh (Navan)  Con
14. Ben McEntagart (Navan)
13. Aiden McDonald (Kilkenny)
12. Sean O’Brien (Mullingar)
11. Peter Howard (Cill Dara) Try
10. Ciaran Frawley (Skerries) Try, 2 pens, 3 cons
 9. Niall O’Neill (Naas)
 1. Greg McGrath (Wexford)
 2. Ben Devlin (Kilkenny)
 3. Stephen McGivern (Dundalk)
 4. Joe Carley (Enniscorthy)
 5. Jack Regan (Birr)
 6. Conor Hand (Navan) Try
 7. Conor Farrell (Navan)
 8. George Harrington (Skerries)
16. Tadgh McElroy (Dundalk) for Devlin 55 mins
17. Eoin Corcoran (Longford) for McGivern 40 mins
18. Jack Aungier (Suttonians) for McGrath 58 mins
19. Sean Masterson (Portlaois) for Harrington 40 mins
20. Ruadhan McDonnell (Longford) for Regan 40 mins
21. Darragh Sweeney (Malahide) for O’Neill 48 mins Try
22. James McCourt (Suttonians) for Frawley 62 mins
23. Conor Nash (Navan) for McDonnell 52 mins Try
This  Sunday 24th, the Leinster Schools will play the Leinster Clubs in Clongowes Wood College at 14:00.