Wales C squad announced for England clash

Wales C boss Mark Jones has named his squad that will take on England in a fortnight.

Jonah’s side will face the Non-League Three Lions at Salford City’s Peninsula Stadium in a second meeting between the two.

The Welsh Cup winning-manager has named an 18-man squad, which will link up on the 16th March. Both Connah’s Quay vs Newtown and Barry Town United vs Bala Town is scheduled on that weekend.

Wales travel to England this time, after suffering a narrow 3-2 defeat to Paul Fairclough’s side at Jenner Park Stadium.

Barry Town United have a total of five players involved in the squad, making up the highest representation.

Jake Phillips of the Connah’s Quay Nomads and Matthew Jones of Aberystwyth Town are also included.

The surprise inclusion is Cardiff Metropolitan’s, Joel Edwards. The Hereford-born defender wasn’t involved last time but is eligible to represent Wales, joining Met teammates Adam Roscrow, Eliot Evans and Emlyn Lewis in the squad.

Alex Ramsey – Caernarfon Town
Ashley Morris – Bala Town

Callum Roberts – Newtown
Christopher Hugh – Barry Town United
Emlyn Lewis – Cardiff Met
Joel Edwards – Cardiff Met
Kai Edwards – Llandudno
Nathan Peate – Cefn Druids

Aeron Edwards – The New Saints
Chris Venables – Bala Town
Clayton Green – Barry Town United
Henry Jones – Bala Town
Jake Phillips – Connah’s Quay Nomads
Jordan Cotterill – Barry Town United
Matthew Jones – Aberystwyth Town
Robbie Patten – Barry Town United

Adam Roscrow – Cardiff Met
Danny Brookwell – Caernarfon Town
Eliot Evans – Cardiff Met
Kayne McLaggon – Barry Town United
Liam Thomas – Carmarthen Town

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