Neil played with the UCD Under 19s before moving up the first team, where he won the 2018 First Division title alongside Gary O’Neill and Liam Scales.
In 2019, Neil trained with Manchester City’s Under 23 team. However, shortly afterwards it was announced that he had signed for Shamrock Rovers in the summer transfer window.
“I wanted to be involved in the TUHF Virtual Cycle as I play for Shamrock Rovers just down the road from the hospital and I really appreciate all the work the staff at TUH do.
I enjoy cycling around Wicklow in the off season and though I will not be able to cycle a huge amount due top the fact we are still in season, I am really excited about helping raise funds for TUHF.
The funds will go towards building a new sensory room for Tallaght University Hospital's Emergency Department. This is a is a great initiative to be a part of. Hospitals and emergency departments can be quite a distressing environment which can cause a sensory overload, especially for people who have Autism Spectrum Disorder and Sensory Processing Disorders. Building a safe space away from the over-stimulation would greatly help the patients and their quality of care”.
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