A TALENTED footballer had been pulling on the Welsh jersey once more this month.

Charlotte Salisbury-Williams, from Wrexham, has been called up to represent Wales under-15s in the CONCACAF tournament.

This has seen Charlotte and her Welsh teammates heading out to Florida, in the USA.

While over there, Wales will compete in international games versus Mexico, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic.

Matches will be played Hillsborough County Tournament Sportsplex in Tampa.

Wales opened their tournament on Monday with a 2-0 loss against Mexico.

Charlotte and Wales yesterday played Costa Rica, who were beaten 3-0 in their opening match versus the Dominican Republic.

Wales came out on top by a thumping 4-0 margin.

Tomorrow, Wales will come up against the Dominican Republic.

Host nation the United States could not have wished for a better start as they thrashed Puerto Rico 12-0.

The 32-nation tournament will end on Sunday.

“We are thrilled to once again be hosting this exciting competition, especially at such an important time for women’s football in our region with the Concacaf W Qualifiers delivered earlier this year and the upcoming W Championship,’ said Concacaf general secretary Philippe Moggio.

“Our U15 Girls Championship will provide hundreds of girls from across North America, Central America and the Caribbean with an opportunity to compete and experience all aspects of a top-level Concacaf competition.”

Also in League A are Canada, Jamaica, Puerto Rico and the United States.

This won’t be the first time that Charlotte has represented her country as she already has four caps.

Charlotte, a pupil at Ysgol Morgan Llwyd, Wrexham plays for Wolverhampton Wanderers.

She previously played for The New Saints.

It’s not just football that she excels in, as Charlotte recently received the Victrix Ludorom and broke a school record on Ysgol Morgan Llwyd’s sports day!