The quest to qualify for the UEFA Women’s EURO 2021 continues for the Republic of Ireland when they take on Germany on September 19.
Vera Pauw’s team are unbeaten thus far in the qualifying campaign, which recommences following a postponement of games on the back of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak.
Ireland lead Group I on 13 points after five games played. A head of the first of two meetings between the teams Germany are just a single point behind with a game in hand.
For this squad, there are first call-ups for midfielders Alli Murphy and Ellen Molloy. Kilkenny native Molloy is promoted from the Women’s Under-17s following a number of stand-out performances for James Scott’s team, as well as an impressive breakthrough at club level with Wexford Youths.
Huge congratulations to the former Thomastown United player from all of us here in KCLR