TWO former Conwy schoolboys will be heading to Luxembourg after securing European qualification with a JD Welsh Premier League side.

Rhydian Morgan and Guto Williams, both aged 19, will embark on a Europa League qualifying adventure with Cardiff Met following their impressive playoff win at Bala Town to close out the top-flight campaign.

The duo came through the Academy ranks at Llandudno and Bangor City during their time at Ysgol y Creuddyn, before moving on to university where they linked up with Dr Christian Edwards’ side.

Both Morgan and Williams played a leading part for the Archers’ throughout the season, which also included a sensational victory at Caernarfon Town, who finished fourth in the overall standings.

This is the first time that the student side has secured qualification to a European tournament, something that is set to give them a £200,000 windfall regardless of whether they progress any further in the competition.

They have been pitted against a dangerous Progrès Niederkorn side, with the Luxembourg standouts hosting the first leg on June 27.

Met’s second leg clash on home soil will be held at Leckwith Stadium, which was used primarily as the base for Pontypridd Town last season.

It also hosts Cardiff City’s U23 and U18 sides, in addition to their women’s set-up.

Niederkorn, who finished fourth in the BGL Ligue, have a proud record in Europe since qualifying for the second preliminary round in 2017 following a 2-0 home win against Glasgow Rangers.

Last season they again progressed to the second round of qualifying by beating Gabala FK of Azerbaijan.

Dr Edwards, said: "It's probably the tie that nobody wanted. They are a strong, seeded side who beat Rangers there last year, and got to the third qualifying round the year before."