NEWPORT County AFC duo Josh Sheehan and Tom King have missed out on selection for Wales' squad the Euros.

The pair have not been named in Robert Page's 26-strong squad for the campaign, which starts against Switzerland on June 12.

Playmaker Sheehan's impressive form for County earned international recognition with a pair of caps against the USA and Mexico.

However, he has missed out for a midfield spot because of the surprise selection of uncapped Cardiff City youngster Rubin Colwill.

Page has also plumped for Dylan Levitt alongside the expected players that qualified for the tournament.

Uncapped King misses out after the trio of Wayne Hennessey, Danny Ward and Adam Davies got the nod as goalkeepers.

South Wales Argus: Wales\' Josh Sheehan (left) and Mexico\'s Hector Herrera battle for the ball during the international friendly at the Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff. Picture date: Saturday March 27, 2021.

King and Sheehan will hope to shrug off the disappointment to help County to victory in the League Two play-off final against Morecambe on Monday (kick-off 3pm).

Colwill is the surprise name in a 26-man squad skippered by Gareth Bale and containing the likes of Aaron Ramsey, Daniel James, Ethan Ampadu and Joe Rodon.

There are eight survivors from the group which reached the Euro 2016 semi-finals in France – Bale, Ramsey, Ben Davies, Chris Gunter, Danny Ward, Joe Allen, Jonny Williams and Wayne Hennessey.

But it is the selection of Colwill, who began the season playing academy football and did not make his senior Cardiff debut until February, that will raise the eyebrows.

Neath-born Colwill has made just six Cardiff appearances, with just over three hours under his belt in the Sky Bet Championship for Mick McCarthy’s Bluebirds.

As expected, Hal Robson-Kanu – released by West Brom last week – missed out after being left out of the recent training camp.

Derby forward Tom Lawrence and Schalke winger Rabbi Matondo were also overlooked, with Swansea’s Ben Cabango selected ahead of Luton central defender Tom Lockyer.