england to play in n/wales.

Bay To Host Internationals 19/02/2008

As further testament to the improvements carried out on facilities at Llanelian Road, the Football Association of Wales have announced details of this year’s semi-professional Four Nations Tournament which include matches to be played at Colwyn Bay Football Club.

The teams participating in the tournament include Wales, England and Scotland and for the first time the involvement of a representative side from Gibraltar. The matches will be shared around three grounds – Llanelian Road (Colwyn Bay) Belle Vue (Rhyl) & Park Hall, Oswestry (TNS).
The Semi Pro Four Nations tournament sees England, Wales & Scotland represented in an international capacity at semi professional level. The Scots utilise players from the Highland, East of Scotland and South of Scotland Leagues. The English National Game side is drawn from the Conference and regional Conference leagues while Wales mix English based conference players with some from the League of Wales.
The full match schedule is as follows:
Tuesday 20th May 2008
Wales v Scotland – Rhyl – Kick Off: 7pm
England v Gibraltar – Colwyn Bay – Kick Off: 7pm
Thursday 22nd May 2008
Wales v Gibraltar – Rhyl – Kick Off: 7pm
Scotland v England – Colwyn Bay – Kick Off: 7pm
Saturday 24th May 2008
England v Wales – Rhyl – Kick Off: 2pm
Gibraltar v Scotland – Oswestry – Kick Off: 2pm
Admission prices for the matches will be:
Adults £3 / Senior Citizens & Juveniles (Under 16) £1.
This will be the seventh year of the Four Nations Tournament. In the past, the Republic of Ireland has been involved, but this year they were not able to take part. An invitation was therefore made to the Gibraltar FA and they were very happy to accept. Last year’s tournament was held in Scotland and resulted in a win for England, with Wales as runners-up. Wales last hosted the event in May 2003 when the games were played at Carmarthen, Haverfordwest and Merthyr Tydfil.

not far for liam to travel, i hope.

Nice of them to tell us after we’ve booked the hotel in Exeter :-

If Liam is playing might well go along.

Not sure but I doubt this particular competition is restricted to Under 23’s only