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News in brief.
Wales U-15 schoolboy result:

Last night's result from Newtown - Wales 4-4 Scotland.
 
Wales U-19 result:

Last night's result from the New Bridge Meadow, Haverfordwest :-

Wales..8 Faroe Islands..2

Scores:

David Pipe (Coventry City) 3
Ben Davies (Swansea City) 2
Guy Last (Peterborough United)
Sam Scully (QPR)
Craig Stiens (Leeds United)

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August 10th 2001.
 
Wales U-19 result:

Last night's result from the Vetch Field, Swansea :- Wales..4 Faroe Islands..1

Scores: David Vaughan (Crewe Alexandra), Darren Jones (Bristol City), Dean Jenkins (no club at present, released by Swansea City), Kristian Dimond (Crystal Palace)

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August 8th 2001.
 
Wales U-16 Northern Ireland Milk Cup results.

The U-16's finished in 7th place in BT-Trophy. Record for the week is as follows.

Played W D L F A
5 0 1 4 2 7

Results:

Wales..0 Co. Londonderry..1 - 23 July 2001 kick-off 7:00PM - Mullaghacall, Portstewart

Wales..1 Kilmarnock..3 - 24 July 2001 kick-off 3:30PM - Cricket Park, Ballymoney : scorer (Rhys Carpenter 70 mins)

Wales..1 County Down..2 - BT Trophy Quarter-Final - 25 July 2001 - kick-off 3.30pm. Castlerock.

Wales..0 Co. Tyrone..1 - 5th-8th Place Play-off - 26 July 2001 kick off 12:00pm - Cricket Park.

Wales..0 Co. Fermanagh..0 - 7th/8th Place Play-off - 27 July 2001 kick off 2:30pm - Limavady.

Wales win 4-2 on pens.

see http://www.nimilkcup.org/default2.asp for all the news.

July 23th 2001. - July 29th 2001.

 
 
Neville Southall will be in charge of the U-19 squad for the forthcoming friendly matches against the Faroe Islands.

Friendly International - U-19
WALES v FAROE ISLANDS
Vetch Field, Swansea. Tuesday, 7th August 2001. Kick-off: 7pm
New Bridge Meadow, Haverfordwest. Thursday, 9th August 2001. Kick-off: 7pm

The following players have been selected to represent Wales in the above named international youth matches;

Lee WORGAN Wimbledon
Andrew MARSH Liverpool
Nick WILLIAMS Watford
Guy LAST Peterborough United
Gareth OWEN Stoke City
Chris COLLINS Swindon Town
Neil COVERLEY Crewe Alexandra
Darren JONES Bristol City
David VAUGHAN Crewe Alexandra
Lee WOODYATT Chester City
James TOLLEY Shrewsbury Town
Sam SCULLY Queen's Park Rangers
Paul THORNTON Chelsea
Martyn GILES Cardiff City
Ben DAVIES Swansea City
James COLLINS Cardiff City
     Kristin Dimonad Crystal Palace
Craig STIENS Leeds United
Dylan BLAINE Haverfordwest County
Lyndon WILLIAMS Swansea City
Dean JENKINS


Neville SOUTHALL        Team Manager
Jimmy MULLEN            Coach

July 20th 2001.

 
Click here for the Northern Ireland Milk Cup Youth Tournament 2001.

July 6th 2001.
 
Northern Ireland Milk Cup Youth Tournament 2001.

Wales squad:

Gareth Williams - Southampton Daniel Brimble - Cardiff City
Daniel Thomas - Cardiff City Liam Powell - Leicester City
Kirk Huggins - Cardiff City Richard Jones - Southampton
Craig Garside - Everton Michael Parkins - Cardiff City
Levi Makin - Wrexham Richard Duffy - Swansea City
Matthew Roberts - Swansea City Dean Lewis - Newport County
Rhys Carpenter - West Ham United Ramon Caliste - Manchester United
Richard Ingram - Cardiff City Jonathan Kift - Cardiff City
Craig Morgan - Wrexham Dylan Hughes - Newcastle United

June 20th 2001.

 
UEFA U-16 Championship 2000/2001 Qualifying Group 14 .

Matches re-arranged:


Wednesday 21st March 2001 Wales v Norway at Station Park, Forfar Kick Off 7.00 p.m.

Result: Wales 0 Norway 2


Monday 19th March 2001 Wales v Scotland at Glebe Park, Brechin Kick off 7.30 p.m.

Result: Scotland 0 Wales 0


Please be advised that the Under-16 mini-tournament scheduled for Scotland next week has been postponed until further notice.


March 2nd - 8th 2001, Dundee, Scotland

Monday 5th March - Wales v Scotland at Glebe Park, Brechin - Kick Off 7.30pm

Wednesday, 7th March - Wales v Norway at Station Park, Forfar - Kick Off 3.00pm

Squad as follows


Gareth Williams - Southampton Andrew Marsh - Liverpool
Darren Lippiett - Cardiff City Kirk Huggins - Cardiff City
Robert Shannon - Swansea City Richard Jones - Southampton
Matthew Crowell - Southampton Adam James - Manchester City
Craig Garside - Everton Craig Steins - Leeds United
Osian Jones - Wrexham David Jones - Manchester Utd
Dean Lewis - Swansea City Anthony Pulis - Portsmouth
Craig Morgan - Wrexham Ryan Jenkins - Nottingham Forest
Richard Ingram - Cardiff City Dylan Hughes - unknown


 
Wales Under 17.

Result:
Italy 1 Wales 0.

Berardi was the Italian goalscorer after 79 minutes.

Frosinone 20th December 2000, kick-off at 3pm
(local time)

Squad:

Gari Evans Cardiff City Geraint Frowen Leicester City
Oliver Rees Stoke City James Collins Cardiff City
Gareth Sudlow Wrexham Martyn Giles Cardiff City
David Pipe Coventry City Kristian Dimond Crystal Palace
Danny McTaggart Manchester City Craig Stiens Leeds United
Lyndon Williams Swansea City Ben Davies Swansea City
Adam James Manchester City Dean Jenkins Swansea City
Chris Collins Swindon Town Luke Kitchen Swindon Town
Gareth Cleverley Southend United Lee Woodyatt Chester City
Mark Thomas Liverpool Peter Clitheroe

December 15th 2000.



Wales Under 15.
- schoolboys

Result: Northern Ireland 2 Wales 1.
- Ballymena.

Wales 1-0 up, 2 late goals secure Victory Shield for Northern Ireland.

Rhys Carpenter 55 mins, Morrow 79, Kingsberry 82


Wales Under 15.
- schoolboys

Match 3: Northern Ireland v Wales.
- Ballymena.

24/11/2000 (ko 7.30pm) - live on sky sports 1, programme starts at 7.00pm
.

U-15 squad:
Gareth Williams Simon Spender Scott Richards
Richard Jones Craig Morgan Michael Parkins
Daniel Thomas Craig Garside Rhys Carpenter
Richard Ingram Tom Green Josh Dupres
Marcus Orlik Ramon Calliste Daniel Brimble
Russell Fry Jonathan Kift Kirk Huggins

November 22nd 2000.



Wales Under 15.
- schoolboys

Result: Wales 1 England 1.

Rhys Carpenter gave Wales a 25th minute lead when he ran on to a pass from Craig Garside, his shot beating the goalkeeper from 12 yards. Wales dominated for long periods but England gradually came into the game and finally equalised 2 mins from time when former Welsh player Lewis Guy scored.


November 3rd 2000.

Wales Under 17.


The U-17 squad play Italy in December.

squad as follows.

Gari Evans Cardiff City Geraint Frowen Leicester City
Oliver Rees Stoke City James Collins Cardiff City
Gareth Sudlow Wrexham Martyn Giles Cardiff City
David Pipe Coventry City Kristian Dimond Crystal Palace
Danny McTaggart Manchester City Craig Stiens Leeds United
Lyndon Williams Swansea City Ben Davies Swansea City
Adam James Manchester City Dean Jenkins Swansea City
Chris Collins Swindon Town Luke Kitchen Swindon Town
Gareth Cleverley Southend United Lee Woodyatt Chester City
Mark Thomas Liverpool Peter Clitheroe


October 30th 2000.


Wales Under 15.
- schoolboys

The Welsh Schoolboys U-15 side got their Victory Shield campaign off to a flying start as the beat Scotland away 3-0.

more details to follow.

October 18th 2000.

Wales Under 18.


UEFA European Championship Qualifying Group 11 in Slovakia.

squad announced!

Gari Evans - Cardiff City
Jamie Attwell - Tottenham Hotspur
Paul Whitfield - Wrexham
Matthew Lewis - Cardiff City
Nicky Jones - Afan Lido
Rhys Day - Manchester City
Darren Jones - Bristol City
Rhodri Jones - Manchester United
Ryan Valentine - Everton
Craig Stiens - Leeds United
Ben Chamberlain - Blackburn Rovers
Wayne Morley - Cardiff City
Kevin Gall - Newcastle United
Jermaine Easter - Wolverhampton Wanderers
James Collins - Cardiff City
Karl Brown - Derby County
Kyle Shepherd - Bristol City
Lee Fowler - Coventry City
Lee Woodyatt - Chester City
Dean Jenkins - Swansea City


October 14th 2000.

Tuesday 17th October 2000 Wales v Slovakia.
Thursday 19th October 2000 Wales v Latvia
.

August 25th 2000.


Southall to coach under-18 squad.

Neville Southall is to move up to coach the under-18 squad. Peter Nicholas has to succeed Southall in the under-16 role. Southall said
"The idea is that I stay with the squad and go straight through with them. We do need to play a lot more games at international level, though. We need to build the players up so that when they do get to the first team, they're used to winning."


July 30th 2000.
Northern Ireland Milk Cup Wales U-16.

Group 5

Pld W D L F A Pts
1 Leeds United
2 Wales
3 County Down
4 Rimini

July 24th Wales 1 Leeds United 1. Anderson Park, Coleraine.
July 25th Wales 1 County Down 1, The Warren, Portstewart.
July 26th Wales 2 Rimini 0, Castlerock.

Northern Bank Trophy Quarter Finals

July 26th Wales 2 Manchester United 4, Portrush.

Goals were scored by Danny McTaggart of Manchester City, who netted after eight minutes and by Cardiff's James Collins after 56 minutes. Considerable promise was shown by the players.


Northern Bank Trophy 5th - 8th Play-off

July 27th Wales 2 County Down 0, Rugby Ave, Coleraine.

Northern Bank Trophy 5th - 6th Play-off

July 28th Wales 1 FAI Select 1, Roe Mill, Limavady. (Wales won 5-3 on penalties)

Wales U-16's.

Wales' under 16 side are involved in the Northern Ireland Milk Cup tournament from the 21st-29th July. Wales are in Group 5 along with County Down, Leeds United and Napoli. Neville Southall will be in charge of the squad.

Craig Stiens - Leeds replaced by Lyndon Williams - Swansea City

Squad:

Gari Evans - Cardiff
Peter Clitheroe - Everton (?)
Gareth Sudlow - Wrexham
James Collins - Cardiff
Chris Collins - Swindon
Maryn Giles - Cardiff
Luke Kitchen - Swindon
Geraint Frowen - Everton
Craig Stiens - Leeds
Ben Davies - Swansea
Danny McTaggart - Man City
Adam James - Man City
Kristian Dimond - Crystal Palace
Dean Jenkins - Swansea
Gareth Cleverley - Southend
Lee Woodyatt - Chester City
Oliver Rees - Stoke
Mark Thomas - Liverpool
Lee Fowler - Coventry
David Pipe - Coventry


June 14th 2000.


Wales Schools U15 international.

Match result:

Wales 0 - Republic of Ireland 3 - Ninian Park, Cardiff.


March 23rd 2000.


Wales U17 international.

Match result:

Wales U17 0 Northern Ireland U17 3

Wales Under-17: Paul Whitfield (Wrexham), Jamie Attwell (Spurs), Rhodri Jones (Man United), Ryan Valentine (Everton), Darren Jones (Bristol City), James Collins (Cardiff City), Lyndon Gregson, Dean Jenkins, Jamie Kern (all Swansea), Ben Chamberlain (Blackburn), Kyle Shepherd (Chelsea), Michael Price (Everton), Mark Nicholas (Crystal Palace), Wayne Morley (Spurs), James Morris (Bury), Robert Duffy (Rushden and Diamonds), Kevin Gall (Newcastle), Jermain Easter (Wolves).

March 20th 2000.

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