Manx football side prepare for Quadrangular tournament
The Isle of Man national football team fly to Northern Ireland on Wednesday to compete in the Umbro Quadrangular Tournament.
Kevin Manning's team will face the amateur FA sides of Northern Ireland, Scotland and the Republic of Ireland at the biennial tournament in County Down.
"The standard will be very high but we believe we can give them all a good game," said Manning.
The Island's first game is against the Republic at Iveagh Park on Wednesday.
Manning's side will then face Scotland on Thursday before playing the hosts on Saturday.
He continued: "We haven't had the best preparation for the tournament but we've got some good new additions to the squad and we will have the belief that we can win."
The Manx side's last competitive match was a 2-1 defeat in the National League System Cup by Liverpool County Premier League in December.
Isle of Man Squad:
Goalkeepers - Mark Blair (Laxey), Max Thomas (St Mary's)
Defenders - Julian Ringham (St George's), Alex Harrison (St Mary's), Daniel Lace (Peel), Sean Quaye (St George's), Michael Baker (Rushen), Adam Cregeen (Rushen)
Midfielders - Steven Riding (Rushen), Johnny Myers (Peel), Marc Kelly (Peel), Frank Jones (St Mary's), Daniel Bell (Peel), Nick Hurt (Michael), Chris Bass Jr (St George's), Lee Gale (Peel), James McStay (St George's)
Forwards - Ciaran McNulty (Gymns) Josh Kelly (Rushen)
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