KELSIE Webster has maintained her strides as an emerging rugby talent after earning a place in the Wales women's under 20s squad.

The former COBRA youngster from Llanfair Caereinion represented Wales Under 18’s in the Six Nations in Surrey and has now been selected for the Wales U20’s squad for the Six Nations to be held in Parma, Italy, from July 2-15th.

This season, Webster was also selected to be part of the Celtic Challenge set-up. which invites up-and-coming players from Wales, Scotland and Ireland to play high level rugby.

Kelsie Webster has been called up for Wales U20s. (Image: Public.)

This experience provided the Powys player with valuable exposure to high level rugby and an invite to the Welsh training squad.

Proud parents Alan and Webster said: "We couldn't be prouder of our daughter for being selected into the Wales Women's U20 Rugby squad.

"Her dedication, hard work, and passion for the sport have truly paid off. This incredible achievement is a testament to her talent and perseverance. The countless hours and miles we've travelled together for training and games have all been worth it.

"We can't wait to cheer her on as she continues to chase her dreams and make us all proud."


Webster thanked Welshpool Printing Group and her parents for providing the support to help her reach this level.

She said: "I am so grateful for the opportunity to be selected into the Wales U20's rugby squad.

"This wouldn't have been possible without the unwavering support of Wales and my parents, who have always ensured I had everything I needed to succeed.

"I am excited and look forward to embracing the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in my rugby journey.