Ireland Under 20 women's basketball team head coach Karl Kilbride has selected a squad of 23 for the forthcoming international season, culminating with the FIBA Under 20 Women's European Championships in Romania in July.
Kilbride is able to name an experience squad, with five members of the roster who competed in the A division of the FIBA Under 20 Women's European Championship in 2022 returning to the fold – one of them being Kiltimagh native Hazel Finn.
Among the others are her University of Galway Mystics team-mate Kara McCleane.
University of Galway Mystics have the highest representation with four players selected.
The FIBA Under 20 Women's European Championships begin in Craiova, Romania, on July 28. Ireland will compete in the B division and have been drawn alongside Greece, hosts Romania and Georgia in their group, opening against Greece on July 28.
They will take on Croatia in a friendly series at the start of July before playing warm-up games against Switzerland and Austria in Romania in the days leading up to the competition.
The Ireland squad in full is: Ardiana Shallci, Arianna Price, Ella O’Donnell, Ellie Glavin, Emma Glavin, Emily O’Dwyer, Emily Smyth, Erica Egan, Hazel Finn, Kara McCleane, Katie Flanagan, Lucy Coogan, Maria Kealy, Micaiah Fubara, Niamh O’Leary, Rachel Callery, Rebecca Hynes, Riona Grealy, Sara Brazil, Sarah Hickey, Shannon Cunningham, Sinéad Keane, Tara Nevin.