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UNDER 17: Wales 1 Sweden 2

Wales Under 17s: photo linked from faw.org.uk / Propaganda

Under 17: Wales 1 Sweden 2
Defeat for Brian Flynn's new look Under 17 side 2-1 against Sweden.

Sweden took the lead after 19 minutes through Chrstian Kouakou, Sweden went 2-0 up when Muamer Tankovic scored after 32 minutes.

Substitute Declan John pulled a goal back for Wales after 54 minutes from the penalty spot. Sweden holding on for the win. It was a good workout for the Under 17s ahead of the UEFA qualifiers in the Autumn.

Wales line up:
1  Alex Lynch (Peterborough United) 
2  Declan Weeks (Wolves) 
3  Curtis Strong (Stoke City) 
4  Gethin Jones (Everton) (Capt) 
5  Curtis Watkins (Cardiff City) 
6  Tom Attyeo (Swansea City) 
7  Jaye Bowen (Cardiff City) 
8  Deion Evans (Shrewsbury Town) 
9  Gethyn Hill (Cardiff City) 
10  Callum Saunders (Crewe Alexandra) 
11  Jake Charles (Huddersfield Town) 
Subs:
12  Luke Flemming (Cardiff City) 
13  Declan Dalley (Manchester United) 
14  Miles John (Bristol City) 
15  Tom O'Sullivan (Cardiff City) 
16  Rhys James (Cardiff City) 
17  Bradley Reid (Wrexham) 
18  Declan John (Cardiff City) 


Under 17: Wales 2 Sweden 2
Brian Flynn's new look Under 17 side drew 2-2 against Sweden.

Wales took the lead after just seven minutes thanks to an excellent finish from Tom O'Sullivan. Sweden hit back straight away with goals from Christian Koukaou and Philip Olofsson. Wales hit back with Declan John making it 2-2 after only 15 minutes.

With no further scoring during the match, honours were even at the final whistle.

Wales line up:
1  Luke Flemming (Cardiff City) 
2  Declan Weeks (Wolves) 
3  Curtis Strong (Stoke City) 
4  Gethin Jones (Everton) (c) 
5  Declan Dalley (Manchester United) 
6  Tom Attyeo (Swansea City) 
7  Miles John (Bristol City) 
8  Tom O'Sullivan (Cardiff City) 
9  Rhys James (Cardiff City) 
10  Jaye Bowen (Cardiff City) 
11  Declan John (Cardiff City) 
Subs:
12  Alex Lynch (Peterborough United) 
13  Curtis Watkins (Cardiff City) 
14  Deion Evans (Shrewsbury Town) 
15  Callum Saunders (Crewe Alexandra) 
16  Jake Charles (Huddersfield Town) 
17  Gethyn Hill (Cardiff City) 
18  Bradley Reid (Wrexham)

updated: Tue, 10 May, 2011 22:08 UK.


Intermediate Teams manager, Brian Flynn, has named his squad for two end of season friendly matches against Sweden.

The matches are set to be played at Buckley Town FC on Tuesday 10th May (kick off 6pm) and Flint Town United FC on Thursday 12th May (kick off 6pm). Admission is free at both games.

Wales squad:
Alex Lynch Wrexham, Corey Stephens - Cardiff City, Declan Weeks Wolves, Declan Dalley - Manchester United, Curtis Watkins - Cardiff City, Curtis Strong - Stoke City, Tom Attyeo - Swansea City, Miles John - Bristol City , Gethin Jones Everton, Deion Evans - Tranmere Rovers, Tom O’Sullivan - Cardiff City, Jaye Bowen - Cardiff City, Declan John - Cardiff City, Jake Charles - Huddersfield Town, Rhys James - Cardiff City, Callum Saunders - Crewe Alexandra, Gethyn Hill - Cardiff City, Bradley Reid Wrexham.

Stand by players: Luke Flemming - Cardiff City, Daniel Barrow - Plymouth Argyle, Rob Evans Wrexham, Chike Kandi - Birmingham City, Josh Yorwerth - Cardiff City.

Famous faces in this squad are Jake Charles (grandson of John Charles) and Callum Saunders (son of former Welsh International Dean Saunders)

updated: Thu, 28 April, 2011 15:25 UK.


Wales will play two Under 17 friendly matches against Sweden in North Wales during early May 2011.

Wales fixtures:
Tuesday 10th May 2011 at Buckley Town FC.
Thursday 12th May 2011 at Flint Town United FC.

Both matches kick off at 6pm, admission is free.

The games will feature players who are eligible for 2011/2012 UEFA Under 17 qualifying matches, these games set to be played in October. Wales have been drawn in Group 9 with Serbia, Armenia and Lithuania. 

posted: Wed, 20 April, 2011 16:46 UK.



 

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