CAERNARFON Town goalkeeper Alex Ramsay started for Wales C in their 2-2 semi-professional international draw with England.

The talented stopper has enjoyed a fantastic season with the Canaries in the JD Welsh Premier League so far this term, and he turned in another accomplished display in a Welsh shirt at the home of National League side Salford City.

The visitors made an impressive start to proceedings and controlled possession throughout the opening exchanges, with their first chance of note arriving on 19 minutes when and Emlyn Lewis header was narrowly scrambled away by the home rearguard.

Gradually the English began to see more of the ball, and they went ahead in fortunate circumstances on 25 minutes when a cross was diverted into the net by Cefn Druids defender Nathan Peate.

This provoked a strong response from the away side, who levelled matters with 31 on the clock when Barry Town United striker found the net following a superb set-piece delivery from Eliot Evans.

After the break saw Evans spurn a good opportunity when he steered his shot wide after a good spell of pressure, and they were made to pay for this miss on 52 minutes when Kurt Willoughby unleashed a stunning free-kick into the bottom corner which gave Ramsay no chance.

Cardiff Met forward Adam Roscrow almost made an instant impact from the bench when he was put through on goal, but his effort was superbly diverted by Ben Killip.

The introduction of Cofis’ forward Danny Brookwell gave the Welsh attack a fresh injection of pace shortly after the hour mark, and they equalised once again on 63 minutes when Roscrow volleyed into the top corner after some superb build-up play.

Greg Olley ratted the post for the hosts following a good spell of possession on 76 minutes, and despite some nervy moments in the closing stages the Welsh back-line held firm to secure a share of the spoils.