Wales U15 will take a squad of 16 players to Qatar to face Ajax Academy and Aspire Academy at the end of February.
FAW Trust Head of Player Development Richard Williams has selected three players from Swansea City, three from Wolverhampton Wanderers and two from Cardiff City in a talented squad that will be tested by their contemporaries from Dutch giants Ajax and Qatari development outfit Aspire Academy, in tough playing conditions.
They will travel to the Middle East on Monday, February 27, before returning on Friday, March 3, and will use the trip to gel as a squad as well as learning about another football culture.
The party, which includes three players who represented Wales at the 2016 Victory Shield, Bradley Gibbings, of Swansea, Cardiff’s Cavan Williams and Bristol City’s Jamie Taylor, are preparing for a big year in their development with a five-day trip to Doha that will test them on and off the pitch.
Manchester City’s Owen Hesketh was initially selected to travel but has been ruled out with injury and replaced by Callum King-Harmes, of Wolves.
David Robson, Heart of Midlothian
Cian Tyler, Coventry City
Ollie James-Denham, Manchester United
Jamie Taylor, Bristol City
Corey Glaves, Sheffield Wednesday
Tivonge Rushesha, Swansea City
Vinnie Dwyer, Wolverhampton Wanderers
Eli King, Cardiff City
Dan Malone, Stoke City
Chem Campbell, Wolverhampton Wanderers
Callum King-Harmes, Wolverhampton Wanderers
Owen Beck, Liverpool
Luke Rees, Hull City
Luke Motruk, Swansea City
Bradley Gibbings, Swansea City
Cavan Williams, Cardiff City