The squad for the Isle of Man FA's representative side has been announced, ahead of the UEFA Regions Cup in Slovakia next week.
The big news is it does not feature captain Sean Quaye, who has decided not to go because his partner is due to give birth to their first child.
St Mary's centre back Karl Clark has replaced him.
Only two players in the 18-man squad are not drawn from Peel, St George's or St Mary's - Old Boys goalkeeper Sam Holliday and Rushen United defender Stephen Riding.
The squad will be representing England, and playing in the Three Lions shirt, after winning the English region of the competition.
Goalkeepers: Max Thomas (St Mary’s), Sam Holliday (DHSOB). Defenders Julian Ringham (St George’s), Stephen Riding (Rushen), Johnny Myers (St George’s), Karl Clark (St Mary’s), Andrew Crennell (Peel). Midfielders Liam Cowin (St George’s), Daniel Bell (Peel), Frank Jones (St George’s), Conor Doyle (St George’s), Marc Kelly (Peel), Jack McVey (St George’s), Chris Bass Jr (St George’s), Lee Gale (Peel). Forwards Ciaran McNulty (St George’s), Mark Wolfenden (St Mary’s), Josh Kelly (Peel).