South Wales FA announce 18-man squad for UEFA Regions Cup Intermediate Round

Stephen Green has named his eighteen man squad for the Intermediate Round of the UEFA Regions Cup.

The 18-man squad will play three games over the space of six days in Bulgaria. They will play opposition from Belarus, Bulgaria and Turkey.

It is the first time that a Welsh representative side have reached this stage of the competition.

Penydarren BGC make up a majority of the squad, with a total of seven players being called up.

Prolific frontman Christopher Colvin-Owens spearheads the strong Penydarren contingent, after his superb season last campaign, netting more than 30 goals.

The Merthyr based side went the league season unbeaten and were Quarter-Finalists in last season’s Welsh Cup.

Captain Steven Price moved from Brecon Corries to South Wales Alliance League champions Penydarren BGC. Alex Long also moved from Sully Sports to the Welsh Football League Division Three side in the summer.

Nathan Gulley and Richard Noyes of Bridgend Street are called up from Division Two, whilst Ryan Morgan is the highest-ranked player in the team, playing for Tier Two side Port Talbot Town.

Gulley did not play for South Wales, when they finished second in the preliminary round in June.

Gavin Morris of AFC Porth is also called up, having also missed the three games in the summer.

Full Squad List

1 Steve Price (Penydarren BC), 2 Ryan Morgan (Port Talbot Town), 3 Richard Noyes (Bridgend Street) 4 Alex Lloyd (Penydarren BGC), 5 Phil Quick (Canton Liberals), 6 Asa Lloyd (Penydarren BGC), 7 Travis Monk (Trefelin BGC), 8 Gavin Morris (AFC Porth), 9 Chris Quick (Canton Liberals). 10 Alex Long (Penydarren BGC), 11 Chris Owens (Penydarren BGC), 12 Aaron Fettah (Canton Liberals), 13 Joshua Brogden (Penydarren BGC), 14 Andre Phillips (Canton Liberals), 15 Nathan Gully (Bridgend Street), 16 Jordan Evans (Baglan Dragons), 17 Joseph Morelli (Cardiff Draconians), 18 Connor Keating (Penydarren BGC)

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