Wood can announce following three players recent international call ups and in line with league rules, that next Tuesday’s Vanarama National League fixture against Weymouth at the Bob Lucas Stadium has been postponed and shall again be subject to rearrangement.
Wood can also announce that three players; Krystian Pearce, Keiran Murtagh and Zaine Francis-Angol have recently been called up by their respective nations for international duty in this upcoming round of international fixtures.
Krystian, an England youth international, has been called up to represent Barbados and will join up with the Tridents for two World Cup qualifiers against Panama and Anguilla, with both games set to take place in the Dominican Republic on the 26th and 31st March respectively.
Whereas, Keiran and Zaine have both been called up to represent Antigua & Barbuda. The Wood pair will line up against Montserrat and the US Virgin Islands on the 25th and 28th March, too in World Cup qualification matches.
Wood Gaffer Luke Garrard commented, “I wish all three lads the best of luck away with their respective nations. Representing your country is of course always an honour, but in World Cup qualifiers there is added prestige.
“I wish them all the best of luck in both of their games and hopefully they can return to Meadow Park following their time away during international break with as many points as possible for their countries and some fantastic memories too, ready for what is going to be a hectic run of fixtures in the final two months of the season.”
Everyone at Boreham Wood FC wishes Krystian, Keiran and Zaine the best of luck in their upcoming World Cup qualifiers.
More information in regard to a rearranged fixture date with Weymouth to follow in due course.
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