All Festival fixtures will take place at Energia Park in Dublin while the teams will train out of the IRFU’s High Performance Centre on the Sports Ireland Campus in west Dublin.
Paul Barr (Terenure College) is head coach while Brendan O’Connor (Munster Rugby) and Neil Doak (Ulster Rugby) will support as assistant coaches.
Ireland’s opening fixture at Energia Park is against Scotland on 8th April (KO: 3.15pm). They will then play Wales on the 12th April (KO: 5.30pm) and wrap up their Festival campaign against England on the 16th April (KO: 4.30pm).
All games will be streamed by Six Nations and supporters will be able to access Match Day tickets that cover all three games on each day. Streaming and ticketing details to follow.
Ireland U18 Schools Squad
Jack Angulo (Leinster/Blackrock College)
Emmett Calvey (Munster/Ard Scoil Ris)
Andrew Doyle (Leinster/Ardscoile na Trionoide/Athy RFC)
Paidi Farrell (Leinster/St. Mary’s Edenderry/Tullamore RFC)
Mark Fitzgerald (Munster/Crescent College Comprehensive)
Michael Foy (Munster/Christian Brothers College)
Dylan Hicks (Munster/Bantry Community College/Bantry Bay RFC)
Todd Lawlor (Leinster/Newbridge College)
Luke McLaughlin (Leinster/Gonzaga College)
Ciaran Mangan (Leinster/Newbridge College)
Oisin Minogue (Munster/St Munchins College)
Charlie Molony (Leinster/Blackrock College)
Evan Moynihan (Leinster/St Mary’s College)
Alex Mullan (Leinster/Blackrock College)
Tom Murtagh (Leinster/Clongowes Wood College)
Luke Murphy (Munster/Ard Scoil Ris)
Aaron O’Brien (Leinster/St Mary’s College)
Jed O’Dwyer (Munster/ Crescent College Comprehensive)
Gene O’Leary Kareem (Munster/Presentation Brothers Cork)
Mahon Ronan (Leinster/St. Mary’s Diocesan Drogheda/Boyne RFC)
Andre Ryan (Leinster/Belvedere College SJ)
Paddy Taylor (Leinster/Newbridge College)
James White (Leinster/St Michael’s College)
Bryan Walsh (Connacht/Colaiste Einde/Corinthians RFC)
James Wyse (Leinster/Clongowes Wood College)
Mikey Yarr (Leinster/Blackrock College)