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Three Aberdeen youngsters named in Scotland squad

Scott McKenna
Scott McKenna

Three Aberdeen players have today been named in the Scotland under-19 squad.

Coach Ricky Sbragia named his 18-player squad for the UEFA European Under-19 Championship elite round later this month and handed call ups to Dons defender Scott McKenna, midfielder Craig Storie and forward Scott Wright.

Celtic also provide three players in Liam Henderson, Calum Waters and Paul McMullan, as do Rangers with Liam Kelly, Ryan Sinnamon and Tom Walsh.

Scott Wright
Scott Wright

Scotland will take on Italy, Croatia and group hosts Austria between 26-31 March, with the group winners progressing to this summer’s finals in Greece.

Scotland under-19 squad

Goalkeepers

Ryan Fulton (Liverpool)
Liam Kelly (Rangers)

Defenders

Lewis Martin (Dunfermline Athletic)
Scott McKenna (Aberdeen)
Ryan Sinnamon (Rangers)
Liam Smith (Heart of Midlothian)
John Souttar (Dundee United)
Calum Waters (Celtic)

Midfielders

Angus Beith (Heart of Midlothian)
Liam Henderson (Celtic)
James Jones (Crewe Alexandra)
Paul McMullan (Celtic)
Craig Storie (Aberdeen)
Tom Walsh (Rangers)

Forwards

Eamonn Brophy (Hamilton Academical)
Harry Cardwell (Reading)
Oliver McBurnie (Bradford City)
Scott Wright (Aberdeen)

Craig Storie
Craig Storie

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