Connor Holland and Eddie Lee to represent South West England

Eddie Lee and Connor Holland. Photo: Neil Graham.



Eddie Lee and Connor Holland. Photo: Neil Graham.


Binfield forward Eddie Lee and Wokingham & Emmbrook’s Connor Holland have both been chosen to represent the English Schools South West of England team at under 18 level.

The duo will play for the region on Saturday 1st December at Stafford Town FC in Staffordshire.

The clubs respective twitter accounts announced the news with forward Holland also being handed a trial with England Schoolboys.

Binfield tweeted: “Congratulation to Eddie Lee, selected for the English Schools South West team.”

Wokingham & Emmbrook added: “Great news for young Wokingham forward Connor Holland who has been selected to represent South West of England at U18s and has a trial with England Schoolboys. Well done Connor.”

On Saturday, Wokingham welcome Wallingford Town to Larges Lane in the Hellenic League Division 1 East while Binfield host Royal Wootton Bassett Town at Hill Farm Lane in the Premier Division.

All four players including Ascot United’s James Richardson and Adam Forder as well as Holland and Lee will be trialling for selection for International Schools’ Football duty for the 2018/19 season.

The final squad will be announced on the week commencing 3rd December.


Main image: Eddie Lee and Connor Holland by Neil Graham.

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