Recognition for the north!
Amy Richardson of Llandudno FC Academy, Sophie Rawling of Penrhyn Bay Girls & Women and former Penrhyn Bay player Beth Thomas, now at Liverpool, have been included in the Wales Under-17 squad which will be taking part in training camps at Colliers Park, Wrexham this month ahead of the restart of UEFA competitions in the 2021/22 season.
Both Amy and Sophie were involved in the recent Wales Under-15 v England international.
The WU17 training camp will meet up between May 24-28. The squad will feature several players that were due to take part in the 2019/20 WU17 EURO Elite Round prior to the tournament being cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cymru WU17 squad
Emily ROBERTS (Swansea City Ladies FC), Catrin THOMAS (Briton Ferry Llansawel Ladies FC), Molly ANERSEN (Pencoed Athletic FC), Ameliah YARWOOD (Barry Town United Ladies FC), Megan BOWEN (Llantwit Fardre FC), Beth THOMAS (Liverpool FC Women), Lili JONES (Everton Women FC), Maisie MILLER (Port Talbot Town Ladies FC), Tia LOCKLEY (Everton Women FC), Manon PEARCE (Barry Town United Ladies FC), Claudia JONES (Liverpool FC Women), Olivia DALZELL (Liverpool FC Women), Faye HILLIER-KNOX (Liverpool FC Women), Amy HARE (Wolverhampton Wanderers Women FC), Niamh DUGGAN (Aberystwyth Town Ladies FC), Jessica COLLYER (Charlton Athletic Women FC), Tianna TEISAR (Bristol City Women FC), Lily BILLINGHAM (Llantwit Fardre FC), Evie HUGHES (Garden Village FC), Evie WILLIAMS (Everton Women FC), Sophie CORNS (Wolverhampton Wanderers FC), Bethan MARRIOTT (Stoke City Women FC), Amy RICHARDSON (Llandudno Town Academy), Mayzee DAVIES (Manchester City Women FC), Sophie RAWLING (Penrhyn Bay FC), Chloe MCMAHON (Bristol City Women FC), Ruby HAMED-JONES (Barry Town United Ladies FC), Olivia FRANCIS (Mumbles Rangers FC).