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    Wales' Intermediate Youth Teams news

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    Under 21: Wales v Finland

    Group 1.
    UEFA U21 2015 Championship
    RESULT: Wales 1 Finland 5

    Further updates to follow.

    Wales starting lineup:

    1 Danny Ward, 2 Eliott Hewitt, 3 Kieron Freeman, 4 Lee Lucas, 5 Joe Walsh, 6 Scott Tancock, 7 Billy Bodin, 8 Emyr Huws, 9 Jake Cassidy, 10 Tom Lawrence, 11 Lloyd Isgrove.

    12 Connor Roberts, 13 Morgan Fox, 14 Chris Dawson, 15 Daniel Alfei, 16 Lee Evans, 17 Wes Burns, 18 Ellis Harrison.

    Match referee: Hugo Miguel (Portugal).

    source FAW

    No withdrawals from the squad

    Original Wales squad:
    Connor Roberts (Cheltenham Town), Danny Ward (Liverpool)

    Daniel Alfei (Swansea City), Lee Evans (Wolves), Morgan Fox (Charlton Athletic), Kieron Freeman (Derby County), Elliott Hewitt (Ipswich Town), Scott Tancock (Swansea City), Joe Walsh (Crawley Town)

    Billy Bodin (Torquay United), Chris Dawson (Leeds United), Emyr Huws (Manchester City), Lloyd Isgrove (Southampton), Lee Lucas (Swansea City)

    Wes Burns (Bristol City), Jake Cassidy (Wolves), Ellis Harrison (Bristol Rovers), Tom Lawrence (Manchester United).

    Stand by players:
    David Richards (Cardiff City)
    Alex Nicholson (Preston North End)
    George Ray (Crewe)
    Gwion Edwards (Swansea City - on loan St. Johnstone)
    Henry Jones (Swansea City)
    Louis Thompson (Swindon Town)
    Billy Waters (Crewe)
    Theo Wharton (Cardiff City)
    Tom Bradshaw (Shrewsbury Town)
    Robert Ogleby (Wrexham)

    Wales squad : PDF format

    The Under 21's will face Finland at Bangor City FC on Wednesday August 14th 2013.

    It will be Wales' second game in the UEFA U21 2015 Championship, with Wales having beaten Moldova 1-0 at Parc y Scarlets, Llanell in the first group game.

    The match will kick off at 4pm, as not to clash with the Vauxhall Friendly Senior International at the Cardiff City Stadium against the Republic of Ireland.

    Admission details:

    Adults 5
    OAP's & Juveniles 2.

    Posted: Wednesday 14th August 2013
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