National Underage Leagues Player of the Month Awards announced for SeptemberWed, Oct 20 2021
The Player of the Month awards have been announced for September with players from Dundalk, Sligo Rovers, Shelbourne, Donegal, Galway WFC and St Patrick’s Athletic winning.
In the Under-14 league, Dundalk’s Liam Mulligan won the award. Dundalk, who are in Shield Group A, recorded two high scoring wins and a draw with Shelbourne in September. Mulligan was also part of the Republic of Ireland Under-15 squad in October.
At Under-15 level, St. Patrick’s Athletic Brian Moore claimed the prize. Moore has been one of the star players at Pats this season and in September the Dublin club won three out of three, scoring nine times and conceding none. Moore scored a hat-trick for the Republic of Ireland Under-15 side against Malta.
David Toure of Shelbourne netted the Under-17 award for September. Shels won two and lost one in September but sit top of their group. The highly-rated right full-back signed his first professional contract with Shelbourne at the start of the 2021 season.
At Under-19 level, Peter Maguire of Sligo Rovers won the award. Peter, native of Blacklion in Cavan, signed for Sligo Rovers from Manor Rangers in 2017. His performances at U19 level has seen him included some several of Liam Buckley’s first team squads this season including the club’s two UEFA Europa Conference League ties against FH Hafnarfjordur. Peter is also on a football scholarship in Sligo IT through the partnership with Sligo Rovers.
In the Women’s National League, Donegal Women’s League’s Emma Doherty claimed the monthly prize at Under-17 level while Abbie Callanan picked up the Under-19 award.
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