Strong Wellington Presence in U20s

Junior All Whites coach Chris Milicich has named his 20-strong squad for the OFC U-20 Championship to be played in Fiji from March 21 to 29, featuring a number of Wellington players, including Wellington Phoenix players Louis Fenton and Tyler Boyd. Team Wellington players Scott Basalaj, Alec Solomons, Tom Biss, Justin Gulley and Hamish Watson and Team Wellington Youth player Van Elia are also in the squad.

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Junior All Whites squad for OFC U-20 Championship

Goalkeepers
1-Scott BASALAJ (Team Wellington, New Zealand)
20-Max CROCOMBE (Oxford United, England)

Defenders
2-Storm ROUX (Perth Glory, Australia)
3-Bill TUILOMA (Birkenhead United, New Zealand)
4-Simon ARMS (Auckland City, New Zealand)
5-Luke ADAMS (Derby County, England)
12-Alec SOLOMONS (Team Wellington, New Zealand)
13-Liam HIGGINS (YoungHeart Manawatu, New Zealand)
14-Kade SCHRIJVERS (YoungHeart Manawatu, New Zealand)

Midfielders
6-Tom BISS (Team Wellington, New Zealand)
7-Cameron HOWIESON (Burnley, England)
8-Jesse EDGE (Waikato FC, New Zealand)
11-Louis FENTON (Wellington Phoenix, Australia)
15-Justin GULLEY (Team Wellington, New Zealand)

Forwards
9-Hamish WATSON (Team Wellington, New Zealand)
10-Tyler BOYD (Wellington Phoenix, Australia)
16-Van ELIA (Team Wellington Youth, New Zealand)
17-Ryan THOMAS (Waikato FC, New Zealand)
18-Joel STEVENS (Otago United, New Zealand)
19-Dale HIGHAM (YoungHeart Manawatu, New Zealand)

Staff
Chris MILICICH – Coach
Andy HEDGE – Assistant Coach
Mark OATES – GK Coach

OFC U-20 Championship Fiji 2013

Thursday, March 21 | Churchill Park, Lautoka
New Caledonia – bye 
Fiji v Vanuatu
Papua New Guinea v New Zealand

Saturday, March 23 | Churchill Park, Lautoka
Papua New Guinea – bye 
Vanuatu v New Zealand
Fiji v New Caledonia

Monday, March 25 | Churchill Park, Lautoka
Fiji – bye
New Zealand v New Caledonia
Vanuatu v Papua New Guinea

Wednesday, March 27 | Churchill Park, Lautoka
Vanuatu – bye 
New Caledonia v Papua New Guinea
New Zealand v Fiji

Friday, March 29 | Govind Park, Ba
New Zealand – bye 
Papua New Guinea v Fiji
New Caledonia v Vanuatu

 




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