International Bluebirds | March Round-Up
With the international break drawing to a close, find out how our international Bluebirds got on in March...
Colwill scores first senior goal for Wales
Three Bluebirds featured in Wales' 1-1 draw with the Czech Republic on Tuesday, March 29th, with Rubin Colwill and Will Vaulks starting the match.
Academy graduate Colwill netted his first goal for the Welsh senior team after 34 minutes, firing into the bottom corner to level the score after Tomáš Souček's opener two minutes prior.
Vaulks also came close to finding the net, striking the woodwork from distance in each half, whilst Mark Harris came off the bench alongside Gareth Bale with nine minutes to play.
Davies leads the line for Wales U21
Isaak Davies played the full 90 minutes in both of Wales U21's UEFA U21 EURO 2023 Qualifying fixtures, though the Young Dragons saw their hopes of qualification fade after a defeat and a draw.
Paul Bodin's side fell to a 5-1 defeat against group leaders Switzerland in Lausanne, before recording a 1-1 draw with Bulgaria at Rodney Parade in Newport.
Davies was joined on the pitch by Eli King for the final nine minutes of Wales' loss to the Swiss, with George Ratcliffe and Ollie Denham remaining on the substitutes bench in both matches.
Doyle pushes England U21 closer to EURO 2023
Tommy Doyle starred for England's U21 team in a 4-1 win over Andorra at Bournemouth's Vitality Stadium on Friday, March 25th.
The City loanee played the full 90 minutes in the heart of midfield alongside Morgan Gibbs-White and Jacob Ramsey, as Lee Carsley's side recorded a 4-1 victory.
Doyle was an unused substitute in England's second fixture of the international window, a 3-0 win over Albania on Tuesday evening.
McGuinness and Bagan help Ireland U21 to crucial victory
Mark McGuinness and Joel Bagan both played the full 90 minutes as the Republic of Ireland U21 team recorded a vital 2-0 victory over Sweden in UEFA U21 EURO 2023 Qualifying action.
The two City defenders helped Jim Crawford's side to keep a valuable clean sheet against the Swedes, who were sitting at the top of Group F before play, with Ross Tierney and Tyreik Wright on the scoresheet.
The win puts the Republic of Ireland within touching distance of Sweden in second place, with Italy taking top spot in the group after beating Bosnia & Herzegovina on Tuesday evening.