Here's the Wales U15 Girls squad selected to contest the 2019 Bob Docherty Cup
Next Generation
20 April 2019

Here's the Wales U15 Girls squad selected to contest the 2019 Bob Docherty Cup

Wales U15 Girls head to Spain in confident mood as they compete for the 2019 Bob Docherty Cup.

Futbol Salou, Catalonia, hosts the annual home nations tournament, with Gibraltar joining the party for the first time. 
And, after beating Scotland and pushing Portugal in the build-up, Matthew Clement's team head to Spain with sights firmly fixed on bringing back the cup they won in 2017. 
The girls kick-off their campaign with a Monday morning match-up with England before facing Gibraltar on Tuesday. 
Wednesday's finale will be decided by league placings after the first two fixtures. 
Confident coach Clement said: "The matches against Scotland were a great introduction to international football, going to Portugal was a great experience of being away and facing a top team. 
"Off the pitch, we've worked hard on team-building and that's paid off on the pitch. 
"The Bob Docherty Cup is an important part of the process for these girls but the most important aspect for us is ensuring we get as many players as possible into intermediate teams. 
"They're on a journey, from regional football into international football and we're getting them ready for the elite rounds at U17 and U19 level."


Monday, April 22 | 11am
England vs Wales
Gibraltar vs Northern Ireland
Scotland vs Republic of Ireland
Tuesday, April 23 | 11am
Wales vs Gibraltar
Scotland vs Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland vs England
Wednesday, April 24 | 9.30am
Draw to be made following match day 2
*After the first two series of matches have been completed a league table will be drawn up and countries will be placed in order from 1 to 6. Teams in first and second place will compete in the Final. The other two matches will be between teams who have not played each other previously in the tournament.


Safia Middleton-Patel (Liverpool RTC)

Ruby Burnell (Southampton RTC)

Maisie Miller (Pontardawe)

Taylor Reynolds (Birmingham City RTC)

Jessy Taylor (Villa Dino)

Ella Hilliard (Barry Town Untied)

Olivia Barnett (Barry Town United)

Mayzee Davies (Manchester City RTC)

Zoe Smith (Barry Town United)

Megan Curren (Brighton & Hove Albion RTC)

Bethan McGowan (Penclawdd Boys)

Farrah Martin (Brighton & Hove Albion RTC)

Zoe Looker (Gwinnett Soccer Club, USA)

Faye Knox (Manchester City RTC)

Phoebie Poole (Barry Town United)

Ella Humphries (Brighton & Hove Albion RTC)

Mary McAteer (Bristol City RTC)

Tianna Teisar (Llantwit Fardre)