Wales (01) & England enjoy wins in Bob Docherty Day 3


Bob Docherty Tournament: U15 Girls’ International

Wins for Wales (’01) & England on Day 3





Press Release: Sunday, April 3, 2016


Wales (‘01) 6-0 Northern Ireland


Wales were facing Northern Ireland in game 5 of the Bob Docherty series this morning with a noon kick off penciled in.


The Welsh girls put their previous defeat at the hands of the Republic of Ireland behind them to hit Northern Ireland for six in a solid performance from the host nation.


WALES (’01): Lucy Attwood, Daisy Connolly, Bailey Cordice, Hannah Davies, Jessica Downs-Evans, Meesha Dudley-Jones, Alice Griffiths, Lauren Harris, Grace Horrell, Elise Hughes, Emily Jones, Anna Morphet, Sian Rees, Erin Riden, Morgan Rogers, Charlie Short, Ruth Stanley, Amina Vine


NORTHERN IRELAND:Lauren Perry (Shimna Integrated College), Jade McPhee (Breda Academy)
Kelsie Burrows (Nendrum College), Ally Canning (Holy Cross College), Beth Chalmers (Carrickfergus College), Zoe Kilpatrick (Parkhall Integrated College), Kirsty Cameron (Regent House Grammar), Aimee Lee Peachey (Glengormley High School), Rachel McLauren (Ballyclare Secondary), Megan Bell (Grosvenor Grammar School), Aine Smyth (Assumption Grammar), Abbie Robinson (Belfast Model Girls), Leah McEvoy (Little Flower), Joley Andrews (Antrim Grammar), Casey Howe (Collegiate Grammar School, Enniskillen), Jessica Magee (Cookstown High), Carla Devine (St. Louise’s Comprehensive College). Emily Wilson (Parkhall Integrated College)
Ally Canning (Holy Cross College)
Beth Chalmers (Carrickfergus College)
Zoe Kilpatrick (Parkhall Integrated college)
Kirsty Cameron (Regent House Grammar)
Aimee-lee Peachey (Glengormley High School)
Rachel McLaren (Ballyclare Secondary)
Megan Bell (Grosvenor Grammar School)
Aine Smyth (Assumption Grammar)
Abbie Robinson (Belfast Model girls)
Leah McEvoy (Little Flower)
Joley Andrews (Antrim Grammar)
Casey Howe (Collegiate Grammar School, Enniskillen)
Jessica Magee (Cookstown High)
Carla Devine (St. Louise's Comprehensive College)
Emily Wilson (Parkhall Integrated college)


Scotland 0-2 England


Scotland and England was a lot closer affair in game 6 as Dragon Park played host yet again with a later kick off of 2pm scheduled.


The deadlock remained at the break. The England centre half Ellie Hack pounced on a loose ball from a corner to slot home for the first of the afternoon with seven minutes of the second period played.


Leah Eddie was unlucky to see her free kick sail over the upright soon after.


The English doubled their advantage 15 minutes from time courtesy of Jodie Hutton as her shot from 30 yards out went in off the post.


SCOTLAND: Jade Baillie, Leah Eddie, Tara McGonigle, Georgia Adderley, Michaela McAlonie, Elena Santoyo-Brown, Kirstie McIntosh, Morgan Cross, Abbey Calaghan, Kirsten Laing, Lauren Davidson.

SUBS: Ciara Pollock, Kara Chalmers, Leah Fleming, Cara Henderson, Jemma Marriott, Sara McWhirter, Naomi Welch.


ENGLAND: Rose Kite, Lucy Johnson, Ellie Hack, Maya Le Tissier, Asmita Ale, Charlotte Fleming, Jodie Hutton, Lucy Egan, Sophie Quirk, Katie Robinson, Libby Smith

SUBS: Holly Manders, Claudi Zahui, Olivia Clark, Megan Hunt, Chloe Ryan, Sinead Samarczuk



Bob Docherty Cup (U15 Girls’ International)


Newport Stadium & Dragon Park, Wales


Friday, April 1


Wales (02) 0-2 England, Newport Stadium, 4pm


Wales (01) 0-5 Republic of Ireland, Dragon Park, 6pm


Saturday, April 2


Republic of Ireland 3-1 Northern Ireland, Dragon Park, 2pm


Wales (02) 0-6 Scotland, Newport Stadium, 5pm


Sunday, April 3


Wales (01) 6-0 Northern Ireland, Dragon Park, 12 noon


Scotland 0-2 England, Dragon Park, 2pm


Monday, April 4


Wales (’02) vs Northern Ireland, Newport Stadium, 11am


Wales (’01) vs Scotland, Dragon Park, 11am


Republic of Ireland vs England, Dragon Park, 11.30am




Bob Docherty Tournament – Roll of Honour








Republic of Ireland

Ballymena, Northern Ireland



Edinburgh, Scotland



Clare, Republic of Ireland


Republic of Ireland

Ballymena, Northern Ireland



Dumfries, Scotland


Republic of Ireland

Wrexham, Wales


Republic of Ireland

Salthill Devon, Galway



Belfast, Northern Ireland


Republic of Ireland

Glasgow, Scotland


Northern Ireland

Cardiff, Wales


Northern Ireland

AUL, Dublin



Shaws Bridge, Belfast



Repton School, Derbyshire



Toryglen, Glasgow


Renamed Bob Docherty Tournament




Republic of Ireland runners up in 2015 and 2014