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International round-up

A round-up of all the Royals on international duty over the past few days.........

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It was a special day for young striker Dominic Samuel, who scored his first goal for England U19s as they beat Ukraine 3-1 after winning his first cap against Portugal on Friday.

As expected, Adam Federici started and played the first half in goal for Australia as they thrashed Malaysia 5-0. Federici is expected to start against Oman in their next game.

Simon Church came on as a second-half substitute for Wales as they beat Switzerland 2-0, with Hal Robson-Kanu also being named on the bench but not playing a part.

Central defender Kaspars Gorkss was captain as his Latvian side beat Malta 2-0, while fellow centre back Bongani Khumalo was an unused substitute for South Africa.

Midfielder Mikele Leigertwood's Antigua & Barbuda beat Curacao 1-0, while young midfielder Jake Taylor played 80 minutes for Wales U21s as they beat Montenegro 1-0.

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Date:Monday October 10 2011

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