Jake Cassidy`s whirlwind month was completed today when the new Wolves youngster was called up by Welsh Youth Teams Manager Brian Flynn for the International Friendly v Leichtenstein on the 14th September.
Cassidy will be joined by Wrexham Youngsters Max Penk and Goalkeeper Daniel Ward.
As news of Jake`s call up was filtering through Airbus UK Broughton Football Club were busy finalising a 6 month loan deal for Wrexham Youngster Nick Rushton who scored over 20 goals in last season`s Youth Alliance, Rushton (Pictured above) will join his Wrexham Colleague Leon Clowes at the Airfield.
Rushton is a 1st year professional at Wrexham after being offered terms by Dean Saunders after his impressive time as a Racecourse Scholar, Rushton is likely to be available for tomorrows Welsh Premier Clash with Aberystwyth Town or Tuesday`s Loosemoores Cup Fixture v Newtown at the Airfield, Clowes is also available for the Aber game after his loan agreement paperwork finalised this week after he had completed a 4 match ban picked up after being sent off in last season`s Welsh Youth Cup.
On another positive note both Clowes and Rushton have been granted permission from their parent club to turn out for Airbus UK Broughton`s U19s during this Season`s Youth Cup Campaign.
Further News and the thoughts of Manager Craig Harrison on the arrival of Rushton and the continued success of Jake Cassidy will be on www.airbusfc.com after the completion of this weekends Fixtures.