CAERNARFON Town players will be eligible for the Wales C semi-professional international against England next year for the first time.

There will be plenty of Canaries’ that have a good chance to make the squad in the hope of earning representative honours at the home of Salford City, and sports reporter Dean Jones examines five players that have a very strong case to make the squad.

Joe Williams:

The talented right-back has emerged as a significant member of the squad since his arrival, and his tireless work down the right hand side at both ends of the field has seen Williams emerge as one of the more indispensable members of Sean Eardley’s squad.

Williams also possesses a great deal of quality in terms of his delivery, and has all the right characteristics to make a real impact is presented with an opportunity.

Darren Thomas:

The ‘Cofi Messi’ may have been lacking on the goalscoring front somewhat this season, but there is no denying the talent that Thomas possesses and he is simply unplayable on his day.

He has the capability to win a game on his own when the mood takes him, and game-winning ability such as this is a rare commodity at any level and will need serious consideration from the Welsh management team.

Danny Brookwell:

Brookwell has simply set the JD Welsh Premier League alight during the initial stages of the season, and although he is now set for a spell on the sidelines through injury, it would be unwise for Mark Jones not to rule him out entirely during the assessment process.

He is incredibly quick and has improved his finishing considerably, and Brookwell could be someone who may not necessarily start but can make a significant impact from the bench for the national side.

Alex Ramsay:

The talented goalkeeper has made an eye-catching transition to the top flight, and although there are still areas of his game he needs to work on there are few that would deny that Ramsay is quickly emerging as one of the most gifted shot-stoppers anywhere in the division.

There are plenty of other options to call upon, but Ramsay is reliable, a good communicator and is working on developing his presence within the area.

Noah Edwards:

The former Prestatyn Town star was involved in the Welsh set-up for their fixture against England at Barry Town United the last time they took the field, and it would be a surprise if the playmaker was not at least on the fringes of the starting side once again.

He is another difference-maker with the potential to turn a game on its head with his vision and creative influence, and the initial experience with the squad will stand him in good stead if he is fortunate enough to be selected this time.