NATIONAL SERVICE REWARD FOR LADIES

Posted on: Thu 19 Sep 2013

Six Chelsea Ladies' players have earned international recognition this week.

Rosella Ayane and Jodie Brett have both been called up to the England Under-19s training camp, which will take place from 20 - 24 September at St George's Park.

Meanwhile, Helen Bleazard, Helen Ward [pictured above], Kylie Davies and Sophie Ingle have all been named in the Wales squad for their opening World Cup qualifying match with Belarus, which takes place on Thursday 26 September, kick-off 7pm, at Cardiff City Stadium.

If selected, Ward will make her 50th appearance for the national side. Wales are joined in the group by England, Ukraine, Turkey and Montenegro.

England U-19 training camp squad in full:

Jess Myers (Birmingham City), Sophie Baggaley (Birmingham City), Molly Bartrip (Arsenal), Ellie Stewart (Liverpool), Aoife Mannion (Birmingham City), Paige Williams (Everton), Vyan Sampson (Arsenal), Olivia Wild (Manchester United), Rosella Ayane (Chelsea ), Ashleigh Mills (Doncaster Rovers Belles), Hannah George (Birmingham City), Maddy Cusack (Aston Villa), Millie Turner (Everton), Abbey-Leigh Stringer (Aston Villa), Fran Steele (Arsenal), Jade Bailey (Arsenal), Jodie Brett (Chelsea), Shauna Cossens (Bristol Academy), Abigail Lee (Leeds United), Katie Zelem (Liverpool), Nicole Pepper (Gillingham), Taome Oliver (Arsenal), Coral Haines (Birmingham City), Chontele Lawrence (Barnet), Chantelle Boye-Hlorkah (Everton), Carla Humphrey (Arsenal), Lucy Whipp (Everton), Abbey Joice (Sunderland), Natasha Flint (Manchester City) and Beth Mead (Sunderland).

Wales squad in full:

Nicola Davies (Doncaster Rovers Belles), Alice Evans(Yeovil Town), Nicola Cousins(Cardiff City), Kylie Davies(Chelsea), Lauren Hancock (Cardiff City), Hayley Ladd (Coventry), Lauren Price (Cardiff City), Helen Bleazard (Chelsea), Jessica Fishlock(Seattle Reign -Glasgow City loan), Michelle Green (Cardiff City), Sophie Ingle (Chelsea), Angharad James(Bristol Academy), Sarah Wiltshire (Watford), Natasha Harding (Bristol Academy), Hannah Keryakoplis (Stoke City), Nadia Lawrence (IBV Vestmannaeyjar) and Helen Ward (Chelsea).