TWO Caernarfon Town players have been rewarded for their exceptional displays this season with an international call-up.

Goalkeeper Alex Ramsay and pacey forward Danny Brookwell were named in the Wales C squad for their upcoming clash against England, which will take place on Tuesday, March 19 at the home of National League promotion hopefuls Salford City.

Ramsay has been at the top of his game for Sean Eardley’s side during what has been a memorable first season in the JD Welsh Premier League, with Brookwell setting the top-flight alight before injury stuttered his outstanding initial progress.

Barry Town United have five players in Mark Jones' 21-man squad, with Chris Hugh, Kayne McLaggon, Jordan Cotterill, Robbie Patten and Clayton Green selected.

There are four players from Cardiff Met in the shape of Adam Roscrow, Eliot Evans, Emlyn Lewis and Joel Edwards, while Bala Town are represented by the trio of Ashley Morris, Chris Venables and Henry Jones.

Llandudno defender Kai Edwards is another to achieve a selection, with The New Saints' Aeron Edwards, Newtown's Callum Roberts, Aberystwyth Town's Matthew Jones and Liam Thomas of Carmarthen completing the squad.

Jones, said: "It's been a difficult decision to pick players because the standard of the Welsh Premier League seems to be increasing every year.

"It's hard to get in the Wales squad, but I've picked one to hopefully beat England because it means that much to us."

Supporters can pay on the turnstiles at the stadium on the night of the game with tickets costing £10 for adults, £5 for concessions (U16 and over 60) with U5s going free.