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# 18 for 18

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# Golden Boy
18 for 18: Monaghan sensation Aaron McKenna is set to take names across the Atlantic
Teen gunslinger Aaron McKenna is Ireland’s youngest professional boxer, and debuted in Vegas last month.
# like father like son
18 for 18: The Canavan factor, son of former great shows signs of big Tyrone future
Darragh Canavan won an All-Ireland U17 football medal with Tyrone this year.
# Golden Girl
18 for 18: Bray's Daina Moorehouse isn't the next Katie Taylor, but has an eye on her crown
Daina Moorehouse didn’t lose a single round as she conquered province, country and continent in her Junior Cert year.
# tribe talk
18 for 18: Multi-talented Jack Canning hoping to follow in the footsteps of his famous uncle Joe
Galway hurling has another exciting Canning rising up through the underage ranks.
# Rising Rebel
18 for 18: Daire Connery a Cork hurling prospect that shone over the past year
The Na Piarsaigh youngster enjoyed a superb 2017 campaign.
# Making waves
18 for 18: Swimming sensation Mona McSharry continues to ride on the crest of a wave
The 17-year-old World Junior champion swimmer is a strong prospect for Ireland in 2018.
# Brighton young thing
18 for 18: Galway's Aaron Connolly hoping to break through at Premier League Brighton
The striker has been prolific at underage level.
# 18 for 18
18 for 18: After interest from United and Chelsea, this Irish teenager's move to Aston Villa is paying off
Originally from Marino in Dublin, Jake Doyle-Hayes moved to Cavan as a 10-year-old.
# Family Fortunes
18 for 18: Sophie O'Sullivan is well placed to continue following her mother's ways
She had a golden week during the summer, following in her mother Sonia’s footsteps.
# Rising Star
18 for 18: Ross McGarry is the latest talented footballer to roll off the Dublin production line
He scored 5-15 in six championship games for Dublin minors this summer.
# Sprint star
18 for 18: Gina Akpe-Moses is set to bring Irish sprinting into the fast lane
The U20 European champion has her sights on Tokyo 2020.
# Potential
18 for 18: The Irish prodigy catching the eye in the Premier League with West Ham
In the latest of our 18 for 18 series, we assess the prospects of Declan Rice.
# on our radar
18 for 18: More Shel-shocking through a big year in green for teen prodigy Kiernan
2018 is building up to be a big one for the teen sensation from Cavan.
# bright future
18 for 18: Ireland's teenage sharpshooter set for big year on and off the pitch
Hockey player Ben Walker is one of the most-talented young players in the country and has already won 13 senior caps.
# Silver Linings
18 for 18: Aoife Casey & Margaret Cremen keeping the future bright for Irish rowing
It was a landmark year for the Corkonian duo with success at the European Junior Championships.
# One to Watch
18 for 18: David Clifford still on course to sit on the throne of the Kingdom
The budding 18-year-old continues to turn heads in the world of GAA.
# having a canary
18 for 18: It's three and easy for Norwich City's Irish striker Adam Idah
So far, so good for the young Corkman.