PCC take on St Joseph’s in Ulster U-16 Schools

PCC take on St Joseph’s in Ulster U-16 Schools
Donegal U-16 champions Pobascoil Chloich Cheannfhaola begin their bid for Ulster glory tomorrow (Tuesday) when they play St. Joseph’s, Enniskillen, in Garvaghy, Tyrone. (Throw-in 12 noon)

Donegal U-16 champions Pobascoil Chloich Cheannfhaola begin their bid for Ulster glory tomorrow (Tuesday) when they play St. Joseph’s, Enniskillen, in Garvaghy, Tyrone. (Throw-in 12 noon)

The game is a first round tie and is PCC’s first appearance in the championship in eight years. They registered a comfortable 2-8 to 0-2 county final victory over Carndonagh Community School, the week before last in Convoy.

Seamus Doohan, is the team manager, with Brian McDermott, Christopher Smyth and Sean Stewart making up the backroom team. Midfielder Jason McGee is the team captain.

“We are looking forward to the game and getting a crack at giving Ulster a go. We don’t know anything about St. Joseph, but I’m sure they will be well organised and will also want to do well in the competition,” said manager Stephen Dooohan, who has reported a clean bill of health.

Overall, they are a solid unit from Dean McColgan in goals to Michael Fitzgerald in the left corner of the attack with Jamie Hunter, Christopher Cannon, skipper McGee, Daniel Devlin, Dylan Doherty and sharpshooter Michael Langan giving the side a strong central spine.

PCC squad: Dean McColgan,Noel Sweeney, Jamie Hunter, Dylan Harkin, Ciaran McFadden, Christopher Cannon, Denis Coll, Jason McGee, Daniel Devlin; Lee McColgan, Dylan Doherty, Ciaran McGinley,Shane Langan, Michael Langan, Micheal Fitzgerald, Michael Mulhern, Aaron Carton, Colin McFadden, Patrick Deeney, Jamie McGee, Patrick Doohan, Jonathan Harkin, Liam Kelly.