THERE was a second international cap for Braintree Town goalkeeper Ben Killip as the Iron shotstopper helped England C to a 2-2 draw against Wales C at Salford City's Peninsula Stadium.

Killip had received the call-up after impressing for the England C team when making his debut against Estonia at the end of last year and with his form for Braintree and manager Paul Fairclough gave him a second start as they faced Wales.

The England C side is made up of under-23 players operating outside the Football League and Killip played 82 minutes against the Welsh.

It was England who took the early advantage at Salford when Luke James' low cross into the Wales box was turned into his own net by defender Nathan Peate, however, the Welsh equalised before half-time when a ball into the England box from a free-kick was turned past Killip by Kayne McLaggon.

England's Kurt Willoughby curled a free-kick into the Wales net on 53 minutes to restore the hosts' lead and that was maintained by a superb save from Killip eight minutes later after Adam Roscow had broken clear.

However, Roscow wasn't to be denied as he found a way past the Braintree captain from a similar break two minutes later to restore parity and make sure Wales earned a share of the spoils at the final whistle.