Boylan names squad for International Rules series

Ireland manager Sean Boylan has announced his squad for the upcoming International Rules series against Australia.

A total of 14 counties are represented in the panel, with Laois native Colm Begley the only Australian-based player to be included.

All-Ireland finalists Kerry and Tyrone have four players each in the squad, with Sean Cavanagh captaining the side and Cork's Graham Canty named as vice-captain.

The other Tyrone representatives are Joe McMahon, Justin McMahon and Enda McGinley, while Kieran Donaghy, Aidan O’Mahony, Tommy Walsh and Killian Young make up Kerry's contingent.

Armagh have three representatives, while Galway, Meath and Dublin have two each.

The remainder of the squad is made up of players from Mayo, Wexford, Westmeath, Down, Derry, Laois, and Wicklow.

International Rules squad:

Captain: Seán Cavanagh Tyrone

Vice Captain: Graham Canty Cork

David Gallagher Meath

Colm Begley Laois

Paddy Bradley Derry

Bernard Brogan Dublin

Benny Coulter Down

Bryan Cullen Dublin

Kieran Donaghy Kerry

Leighton Glynn Wicklow

Finian Hanley Galway

John Keane Westmeath

Aaron Kernan Armagh

Ciarán Lyng Wexford

Steven McDonnell Armagh

Enda McGinley Tyrone

Ciarán McKeever Armagh

Joe McMahon Tyrone

Justin McMahon Tyrone

Michael Meehan Galway

John Miskella Cork

Aidan O’Mahony Kerry

Pearse O’Neill Cork

Tom Parsons Mayo

Kevin Reilly Meath

Tommy Walsh Kerry

Killian Young Kerry

Standby players

Aidan Carr Down

Ronan Clarke Armagh

Paul Finlay Monaghan

Conor Gormley Tyrone

Kevin McCloy Derry

Marty McGrath Fermanagh

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