Premiership rivals Chloe Orr (Cliftonville Ladies) and Lauren Robson (Linfield Ladies) will join forces for the Under-19's (c) Jonathan Porter / Presseye


There is strong representation in the Northern Ireland Under-19’s squad from the Danske Bank Women’s Premiership for the upcoming friendlies.

Manager Alfie Wylie has selected 13 girls from the Women’s Premiership in his 18 strong squad for the Women’s Under-19 Home Nations Tournament this weekend.

The Under-19 Women take on neighbours Republic of Ireland Under-19 on Saturday evening at Queens Ethelburga’s Collegiate in York (kick-off 6pm), followed by their second game against England Under-19 on Monday 16 July (kick-off 2pm).

Premiership leaders Linfield Ladies are strongly represented with seven players including full internationals Lauren Perry, Rebecca McKenna and Megan Bell, who are joined by club-mates Naomi Donnan, Louise McDaniel, Kelsie Burrows and Lauren Robson.

There are three from League Cup finalists Cliftonville Ladies; Emma McMaster, Chloe Orr and Toni-Leigh Finnegan. There are also two from Crusaders Strikers, Caitlyn Hamilton and Emily Wilson and one from Glentoran Womens FC in Yasmin White.

Women’s Premiership representatives in squad:

Lauren Perry (Linfield Ladies), Yasmin White (Glentoran Women FC), Caitlyn Hamilton (Crusaders Strikers), Naomi Donnan (Linfield Ladies), Kelsie Burrows (Linfield Ladies), Emma McMaster (Cliftonville Ladies), Rebecca McKenna (Linfield Ladies), Louise McDaniel (Linfield Ladies), Megan Bell (Linfield Ladies), Emily Wilson (Crusaders Strikers), Chloe Orr (Cliftonville Ladies) and Toni-Leigh Finnegan (Cliftonville Ladies)