Clyde goalkeeper earns club's first international call up in 55 years

Josh Bradley-Hurst, who was born in Sri Lanka, has been included in the squad for a training camp.

Clyde goalkeeper Josh Bradley-Hurst to become club’s first international in 55 years after Sri Lanka call up SNS Group

Clyde player Josh Bradley-Hurst is set to become the club’s first full international player in 55 years after being called up to the Sri Lanka squad.

The Scottish goalkeeper, who was born in the the south Asian country in 2002, has been included in the squad for a training camp this week.

Bradley-Hurst, who has been capped twice for the Scotland under-16 team, started his career in the Celtic academy before moving to Birmingham City as a teenager.

The 20-year-old moved back to Scotland to sign for Clyde in 2021 and has made eight appearances for the first team.

The Scottish League One side wished the player well in a club statement on Thursday.

Clyde said: “We are pleased to announce that Josh Bradley-Hurst has been invited to a Sri Lanka national team training camp.

“Josh was born in Sri Lanka and aims to become the first Clyde player to win an international cap since 1967.

“All at the club wish Josh the best of luck at the camp.”