Joel Coustrain, Tadgh Ryan and Jack Lynch all join Treaty United as Tommy Barrett unveils his squad for 2021Sat, Feb 27 2021
First Division Treaty United have unveiled the signings of Joel Coustrain, Tadgh Ryan and Jack Lynch ahead of their inaugural League of Ireland season.
Coustrain is formerly of Shamrock Rovers and Cork City. The 25-year-old winger was most recently of Limerick junior side Regional United.
Ryan also commits to Tommy Barrett’s squad for 2021 having had prior stints at Galway United, Cork City and Waterford.
The goalkeeper was once on the books of Limerick’s former League of Ireland representative Limerick FC at underage level.
Following his spell with the Shannonsiders as a youth, Ryan joined Huddersfield Town but would later return home to join Galway.
Lynch has also joined Treaty from Galway United after an impressive stint at Eamonn Deacy Park.
He joins United along with three of his teammates at Galway in Marc Ludden, Joe Collins and Conor Melody.
Charlie Fleming has also joined from Cork City, while Dean George has made the move from Athlone Town.
Shane Cusack, Shane Lowth, Anthony O’Donnell, Mark Walsh, Sean Guerins Alan Murphy, Clyde O’Connell, Matt Keane, Aaron Fitzgerald, Edward McCarthy, Edmond O’Dwyer, Adam Foley and Callum McNamara complete the defence and midfield line-up for Treaty in 2021.
Up front Matt McKevitt, Kieran Hanlon, Sean McSweeney, William Armshaw, and Kieran Mahoney will provide Barrett with a number of options.
Tommy Barrett will be assisted this season by assistant Dave Rooney, Mick Shiel and Ger Moran.
Squad in full
Goalkeepers: Tadhg Ryan, Shane Cusack
Defenders: Charlie Fleming, Shane Lowth, Jack Lynch, Marc Ludden, Sean Guerins, Mark Walsh, Anthony O'Donnell, Alan Murphy.
Midfielders: Conor Melody, Joe Collins, Clyde O'Connell, Matt Keane, Aaron Fitzgerald, Edward McCarthy, Joel Coustrain, Edmond O'Dwyer, Adam Foley, Callum McNamara.
Strikers: Matt McKevitt, Kieran Hanlon, Sean McSweeney, William Armshaw, Kieran Mahoney, Dean George.None
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