Wales: Wales Match Schedule for Highway to India Match Launched
The match schedule for Wales’ World Cup preparation match in Cadiz, The street to India 2023, has been launched.
Enjoying six high-level video games over the 12-day match, Wales will tackle world main groups together with Belgium, Germany, and hosts Spain, who’re ranked second, fourth, and eighth within the FIH World Rankings respectively.
Wales will play their first match towards Belgium on Monday twelfth December at 14:00 GMT, earlier than taking part in Germany the following day.
Their closing match on Wednesday twenty first December sees them tackle France, who they final beat 2-1 within the closing of the 2021 World Cup Qualifiers in Cardiff the place Wales certified for his or her first World Cup.
Wales full match schedule
Monday twelfth – Wales v Belgium – 14:00 GMT
Tuesday thirteenth – Wales v Germany – 14:00 GMT
Friday sixteenth – Wales v Spain – 18:00 GMT
Sunday 18th – Wales v Korea – 10:00 GMT
Monday nineteenth – Wales v Japan – 14:00 GMT
Wednesday twenty first – Wales v France – 10:00 GMT
The match shouldn’t be an official FIH match so the video games won’t be capped. Scores and updates will likely be shared on the Hockey Wales web site and social media channels.
Wales Males’s Squad
Toby Reynolds-Cotterill – Hampstead & Westminster – GK
Rhys Payne – Cardiff & Met – GK
Dewi Roblin – Hampstead & Westminster – GK
Gareth Furlong – Surbiton – DEF
Daniel Kyriakides – Cardiff & Met – DEF
Hywel Jones – Hampstead & Westminster – DEF
Ioan Wall – Cardiff & Met – DEF
Steve Kelly – Hampstead & Westminster – DEF
Alf Dinnie – Cardiff & Met – DEF
Mike Wooden – East Grinstead – DEF
Lewis Prosser © – East Grinstead – SC
Dale Hutchinson – Hampstead & Westminster – SC
Rhodri Furlong – Holcombe – SC
Gareth Griffiths – Beeston – SC/MID
Joe Naughalty – Brighton & Hove – MID/FWD
Owain Dolan Grey – Cardiff & Met – MID/FWD
Rhys Bradshaw – Wimbledon – MID/FWD
Ben Francis – Wimbledon – MID/FWD
Fred Newbold – Studying – MID/FWD
Jolyon Morgan – Hampstead & Westminster – FWD
Luke Hawker © – Cardiff & Met – FWD
James Carson – Outdated Georgians – FWD
Jack Pritchard – Cardiff & Met – FWD
Jonny Fleck – East Grinstead – FWD