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Last Updated: Monday, 10 July 2006, 10:58 GMT 11:58 UK
Wales U19 set for Milk Cup action
Wales Under-19 manager Brian Flynn
Flynn will take an 18-man squad to Northern Ireland
Wales Under-19 will begin their build up for next season's Uefa Championships qualifiers in Northern Ireland.

Brian Flynn's side will be one of six nations competing at the Milk Cup youth tournament, which starts at the end of July.

Wales will play the USA in Coleraine on Monday, 31 July and then Paraguay on the following Wednesday in Ballymena.

The two teams with the best record from their two games will qualify for the final, shown live on BBC2 NI digital.

The third-best side will play the fourth-best, and the fifth-best side will play the side with the worst record based on points scored and goal difference.

Northern Ireland, Denmark and Turkey are the other nations competing.

Cardiff City will provide the largest contingent in the Wales squad with six players making the trip to Northern Ireland.

Wales will play Luxembourg, Turkey and the Czech Republic in a qualifying group hosted by Luxemburg in late October.

The top two nations will progress to the next round in March 2007.

Before then, Turkey and the Czech Republic will be among the eight teams competing in this season's final tournament in Poland.

Wales U19 squad for the Milk Cup tournament (31 July-4 August):

Rhys Taylor (Chelsea), Steven Cann (Derby County), Mark Bradley (Walsall), James Wilson (Bristol City), Kyle Graves (Swansea City), Grant Basey (Charlton Athletic), Darcy Blake (Cardiff City), Chris Gunter (Cardiff City), Gregg Coombes (Cardiff City), Lloyd James (Southampton), Neal Eardley (Oldham Athletic), Curtis McDonald (Cardiff City), Andy King (Leicester City), Kyle Bassett (Cardiff City), Marc Williams (Wrexham), Jamie Price(Birmingham City), Matthew Smith (Cardiff City), Joshua Klein-Davies (Bristol City), Alex Darlington (Wrexham).


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