Pat Jones to take part in the Wales U21 training camp
- Huddersfield Town midfielder Pat Jones called up by Wales
- Welsh national team holding summer training camp
- Jones called up after coming back from injury in February
Town winger Pat Jones has been called up by the Wales Under-21 national team for a summer training which will run alongside the Senior Team's training camp!
Having made his debut for the Young Dragons in June 2022 after he was named as Town’s Academy Player of the Year at the end of the 2020/21 season, the attacker has been in included in each subsequent U21 squad when he's been available.
Starting today (Monday 22 May) and taking place until Thursday 25 May in Wales, the U21s' training camp will run alongside the senior training camp, which Town teammate Sorba Thomas will be taking part in – CLICK HERE.
Despite a season that was punctuated by injury, the 19-year-old scored a stunning first senior goal for Town against Norwich City at the beginning of the 2022/23 Sky Bet Championship season and scored for the B Team in the Premier League Cup during his return from injury in February 2023.
Not too shabby for your debut goal! 👏— Huddersfield Town (@htafc) August 17, 2022
Hopefully the first of many 🤞#htafc pic.twitter.com/YvrCKdc30o
This training camp will be a great experience for Jones, as the Young Dragons begin their preparations for the UEFA EURO U21 qualification group stage game against Denmark U21 in June.
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