BARRY Town United's home-grown forward Kayne McLaggon was among the goals last Tuesday night, as Wales C earned a credible 2-2 draw with England C in Salford.

McLaggon, who joined Barry team-mate Clayton Green and Chris Hugh in Mark Jones' starting XI, latched onto Green's well-worked set-piece to equalise on the half hour, after Nathan Peate's own goal had handed the hosts a 24th-minute lead.

Paul Fairclough's England re-affirmed their advantage in the 53rd minute, as striker Kurt Willoughby of FC United of Manchester unleashed a low, long-range free-kick that eluded Wales' Caernarfon goalkeeper Alex Ramsay at his near post.

However, Wales would hit back again through substitute Adam Roscroe, the Cardiff Met man running onto a deft ball over the top from Bala's Chris Venables, before firing a wicked effort into the top corner for the second and final equaliser.

A fourth Barry player, midfielder Robbie Patten, would also get a taste of the international action, replacing Green in the 77th minute, as the Welsh held onto an eye-catching result against an England squad packed with professional talent.

Wales's first team manager Ryan Giggs was among a host of interested spectators at the Peninsula Stadium, as McLaggon righted the wrong of the injury setback that ruled him out of Wales' first C international match at Jenner Park a year ago.