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Wales Match Schedule for Road to India Tournament Released



The match schedule for Wales’ World Cup preparation tournament in Cadiz, The road to India 2023, has been released.


Playing six high-level games over the 12-day tournament, Wales will take on world leading teams including Belgium, Germany, and hosts Spain, who are ranked second, fourth, and eighth in the FIH World Rankings respectively.


Wales will play their first match against Belgium on Monday 12th December at 14:00 GMT, before playing Germany the next day.


Their final match on Wednesday 21st December sees them take on France, who they last beat 2-1 in the final of the 2021 World Cup Qualifiers in Cardiff where Wales qualified for their first World Cup.


Wales full match schedule

Monday 12th – Wales v Belgium – 14:00 GMT

Tuesday 13th – Wales v Germany – 14:00 GMT

Friday 16th – Wales v Spain – 18:00 GMT

Sunday 18th – Wales v Korea – 10:00 GMT

Monday 19th – Wales v Japan – 14:00 GMT

Wednesday 21st – Wales v France – 10:00 GMT


The tournament is not an official FIH tournament so the games will not be capped. Scores and updates will be shared on the Hockey Wales website and social media channels.


Wales Men’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 Wood – 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 Gray – Cardiff & Met – MID/FWD

Rhys Bradshaw – Wimbledon – MID/FWD

Ben Francis – Wimbledon – MID/FWD

Fred Newbold – Reading – MID/FWD

Jolyon Morgan – Hampstead & Westminster – FWD

Luke Hawker © - Cardiff & Met – FWD

James Carson – Old Georgians – FWD

Jack Pritchard – Cardiff & Met – FWD

Jonny Fleck – East Grinstead – FWD


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