Boys International Squad 2023


Corey Armour
Kilmarnock Academy

Corey is currently signed at Kilmarnock FC and has enjoyed some involvement with the first team squad for training and match day squads.

He hopes to secure a professional contract. He enjoys golf and is a fan of Portsmouth FC he occasionally manages to attend games sometimes.

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Ethan Mitchell
St Joseph’s College

Ethan is a sixth year pupil who currently plays for Annan Athletic FC. He has gained experience playing in tournaments in Germany, Belgium and Ireland and he hopes that his commitment will lead to regular first team football at senior level.

He is also considering a career based in sport, health and fitness with coaching, personal trainer and PE Teacher as his options.

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Ruaridh Cant
Dunblane High School

Ruaridh currently plays for Stirling Albion FC under 20’s and hopes to progress to first team football. For Forth Valley SFA he has both a winners medal and a runners up medal in the SSFA National Inter Association Trophy ( u 18 and u 15).

If not football, he is interested in a career in Engineering or Surveying either through University or Apprenticeship.

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Jamie Carnihan
Inverness Royal Academy

Jamie has made a debut for his club , Inverness Caledonian Thistle, at senior level and he hopes to win a full time contract at the club. A versatile defender he can play in a number of positions.

A career outside football might involve being a welder or electrician.

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Harris Clubb
Cults Academy

Harris is signed by Turriff United but is currently out on loan to Bridge of Don FC in the North Junior FA Premier League to gain first team experience.

Another keen golfer, Harris has been involved in Race Karting from a young age.

He hopes for a career in football but has also applied to Robert Gordon’s University, Aberdeen, to study a degree course in Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management.

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Callum Hannah
Auchmuty High School

A big Raith Rovers FC fan, Callum is signed at Fife club Kirkcaldy & Dysart FC. He hopes to play at the highest level of football for as long as possible.

He is considering his options long term and is thinking about University to study Economics and Finance. 

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Andrew Miller
St Ninian’s High School, Giffnock

Andrew plays for Kilmarnock FC who won the Club Academy Scotland u 17 Scottish Cup last season.

He spends time in the gym on his general fitness and is also rated as one of the West of Scotland’s top tennis players.

He would like to pursue a career as a PE Teacher if a career in pro football did not materialise.

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Jayden McGivern
St Stephen’s High School

Originally living in the Greater London area, Jaydon moved to Scotland a few years ago with his family.

He now plays at Greenock Morton FC where he has had a few reserve team appearances and hopes for a pro contract.

A dynamic, energetic player he hopes to progress through the ranks. He is also an Arsenal FC fan.

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Martin Campbell
St Benedict’s High School

Martin’s football journey started as a five year old playing for Pathos Gunners in Cyprus and he now plays for  Greenock Morton FC where he has played every age group from u 11 to u 18.

As a fan he watches Celtic FC or local junior club Johnstone Burgh.

He hopes to be offered a pro contract with his club. 

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Calum Gemmell
Dunblane High School

Calum plays for Stirling Albion FC at their u 18 team level. His ambition is to make first team football in the next few years.

Calum enjoys snowboarding and listening to music. Having been brought up for a time in Perth ,Western Australia, he also follows the fortunes of Perth Glory.

Calum has an interest in pursuing a career in Engineering through University or Apprenticeship.

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Daniel Mason-Bone
Broughton High School

Daniel currently plays with Edinburgh club, Hutchison Vale. He hopes that a senior club academy opportunity might develop as he would like to play football professionally.

When not playing football, Daniel likes listening to music.

A career in coaching or sports psychology might be in his plans. 

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Nathan Smith
Kilmarnock Academy

Nathan is another player signed at Kilmarnock FC and he hopes for a pro contract with them. He also plays for the Ayrshire Schools’ FA and will have an upcoming Scottish Cup semi final soon.

Outside of football he is keen darts player.

Nathan is interested in developing as a football coach. 

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Ricky Waugh
Newbattle High School

Signed at Hibernian FC, Ricky hopes to be a full time player in the future. He has already been involved with his club at UEFA Youth League fixtures.

Ricky uses any spare time to develop his fitness.

A career as a PE teacher or coaching is also in his plans. 

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Nathan Cannon
St Columba’s High School

Nathan plays his football at Alloa Athletic FC and has been involved at both reserve team and first team level. 

He currently works coaching young footballers in one to one classes and finds this helps his own game.

He is hoping to make it in football at professional level.

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Lewis Downie
St Joseph’s College

Lewis is currently playing for Queen of the South FC.He has played for Queen’s reserve team and would love a chance to play professionally.

He used to swim competitively but opted eventually for football.

He does however continue to study hard at school where his goal is to do as well as possible.

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Joe Prior
Inverkeithing High School

Joe currently plays with Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts.  Another player in the Fife SFA team, Joe will join teammate Callum Hannah in the Scottish Inter Association National Trophy semi final later in February.

Joe hopes to go to university in the future and hopes to play for his chosen uni first’s team.


Aaron Nicolson
Culloden Academy

Aaron has attracted attention at his club, Inverness Caledonian Thistle where he has had some first team experience. 

Away from football, he can be found in the gym working on his fitness and also likes to play snooker to relax.

Aaron hopes to gain a professional contract and intends to be his club’s top scorer at youth team level.

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