Rhys Browne is buzzing after representing Antigua and Barbuda again.
TOWN frontman Rhys Browne was buzzing after returning from representing the Antigua and Barbuda national side in the Caribbean Cup last week.
The former Aldershot player played in both of their qualifiers against Curacao and Peurto Rico.
Speaking on Mariners PlayerHD, Rhys said: “it was good. It's always an honour to play for your country and represent your nation. It all went very well.
“First game was the best against a good Curacao team. Second game was a good result against Peurto Rico, which we needed to win really.
"The game against Curacao was a bit of a hard game, they had some good players. They had a couple of Premier League players in their team. So it was a bit tough. They kept the ball well.
“In the second game we had to go for it, because we lost in the first game. We did really well.
“In the first game I played really well-had a few chances. In the second game, not one of our better games, I had a few chances and hit the post a couple of times.”
And Antigua and Barbuda boss, Rolston Williams, was pleased with the the Town's player's contribution in the Caribbean.
Rhys said: “The manager was pleased, I did what I was suppose to do. Tried to get a few goals - always try to add a few goals to my game. I did what I was supposed to do - provided and made chances for my team.”
Rhys made his ninth and tenth appearances for his home nation and his hoping to to be involved in the future.
Watch the full interview with Rhys below.