FOREST Green winger Elliott Frear played a prominent role in England C's victory over Estonia under-23s.

Frear earned his sixth cap for the national side, impressing in front of a crowd of 2,388 at the home of Vanarama Conference rivals, FC Halifax Town.

National boss Paul Fairclough wanted his Three Lions side to end their International Challenge Trophy campaign on a high after recent defeats against Turkey and Slovakia.

And his selected players delivered as four different goal scorers netted the goals that earned an emphatic 4-2 win.

Solihull Moors attacker Omar Bogle as well as Welling United playmaker Harry Beautyman fired England into the lead at the interval.

And further strikes in the second period from Andy Yiadmon (Barnet) and Kingsley James (Chester) sealed the win.

Frear was his usual busy self down the left for England, supplying a number of dangerous crosses.

He almost set up Bogle for a second goal and also provided the cross for Beautyman to score his goal, with a little help from Bogle in between.

Frear is now back in training with FGR after his latest international outing and is available for selection this weekend against Dover Athletic.