Luke Slater and Jamie Gray also in action against Czech Republic
Three Stevenage first-year scholars featured for the Republic of Ireland Under-18s over the weekend during two friendlies against Czech Republic.
The first game on Saturday afternoon saw the Republic of Ireland run out 4-0 winners at Home Farm FC's Whitehall Stadium with right-back Luke Slater playing the full game and striker Jamie Gray playing 63 minutes.
The second game on Monday lunchtime saw the Czech Republic gain revenge with a 3-1 win, with Stevenage youngster Liam Brady scoring the Irish goal from the penalty spot just past the half-hour to level the scores at 1-1. Slater was a 50th minute sub for the hosts.
The Stevenage Under-18s Youth Alliance game against Luton Town on Saturday was postponed due to international call-ups. Their next game is at home this Saturday to AFC Wimbledon. Kick-off at Shephalbury is 11am.
Jamie Gray (8) and Luke Slater (2) before the Republic of Ireland's opening Under-18 game v Czech Republic