The Northern Ireland U17 Women’s squad continued their preparations for the U17 Euro Elite Stages in Portugal this March, by heading out to Teneriffe last week for a few warm-up games. The NI ladies initially played Canary Islands on Wednesday 16th. Casey and a few other regular starters were rested for the first half but had to come on in the second half as NI went 2 -0 down. The girl’s made a good impact but unfortunately lost the match.
They then played a very strong Slovakia side on Friday in which Casey starred on the left wing. This was a more rewarding game as they won 2-1. Casey proved very influential by playing her part in both goals and her quality and distribution were noted as she was handed the captain’s armband and awarded player of the match. Casey was so proud to captain her country for the first time.
The successful week didn’t end there, as soon as Casey arrived home she went straight to the Linfield Ladies Awards Night where she picked up the ‘Top goal scorer’ award and ‘Managers player of the year’ award.
She now looks forward to travelling to Scotland on Sunday to play Glasgow Rangers with the Linfield Ladies senior squad.
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