Hewitt in Wales U21 Squad
Wednesday, 23rd Jan 2013 13:35
Right-back Elliott Hewitt has been named in the Wales U21 squad for a friendly against Iceland on Wednesday 6th February at Stebonheath Park, Llanelli. The 18-year-old has previously won five caps for the U21s, who are now managed by former Blue Geraint Williams.
Hewitt told the club site: “Representing my country is a huge honour for me and I’m looking forward to the game.
“Kieron Freeman is in the squad as well. He’s at Derby. We’re mates and speak virtually every day. It will be good to catch up with him and all the other lads.”
Wales U21s: Connor Roberts - Cheltenham Town, Danny Ward - Liverpool, Danny Alfei - Swansea City (Loan Wrexham), Kieron Freeman - Derby County, Jonathan Meades - AFC Bournemouth (Loan AFC Wimbledon), Scott Tancock - Swansea City, Joe Walsh - Crawley Town, Billy Bodin - Torquay United, Elliott Hewitt - Ipswich Town, Emyr Huws - Manchester City, Lloyd Isgrove - Southampton, Tom Lawrence - Manchester United, Lee Lucas - Swansea City, Jonathan Williams - Crystal Palace, Wes Burns - Bristol City, Jake Cassidy - Wolves, Chris Dawson - Leeds United, Robert Ogleby – Wrexham.
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