Sarah Reynolds playing for Ireland in the BOB Docherty Cup

22 Mar, 2024 | Sport

SAFIB Bob Docherty Cup | Under 15 Girls’ International Tournament  

ATHLONE TOWN AFC will host the 2024 SAFIB Bob Dochety Cup in the Under 15 Girls’ International Tournament.

The Republic of Ireland Schools will enjoy home advantage this season with England, Scotland and Northern Ireland competing in this year’s campaign.   The Republic will kick off the series against some tough opposition in reigning Champions Scotland on Monday, March 25 at 10am. This will quickly be followed by Northern Ireland verses England at 12 noon.

Day Two will see Scotland feature against Northern Ireland at 3pm while the Republic of Ireland will host England at 5pm. Both teams will compete for the John Read Cup in this encounter also.

A rest day ensues on Wednesday and the series will conclude on Thursday, March 28 with England against Scotland in the 10am fixture while the Republic of Ireland will take on Northern Ireland at 12 noon.

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