Another corner for Wales as O'Connor is forced to turn Sam Pearson's cross behind. From the resulting corner, Sass-Davies concedes the free kick as McGuinness again clears.
Mark McGuinness and Andrew Omobamidele have been very solid in the Irish defence today, and it's the latter who rises high to head clear a cross from the right.
Robin Colwill has looked dangerous in his few minutes on the field and he forces the concession of a corner as the clock ticks past 90.
There will be five additional minutes in Colliers Park.
Long ball from Ferry, now playing at left back, tries to find Wright over the top but the ball picks up in the wind and runs out of play. Right idea.
Another break in play following a heavy and late tackle by Ryan Stirk on Luca Connell, and he becomes the first Welsh player to be booked.
Luca Connell the third Irish name to go in the book as he takes out Robin Colwill with a professional foul.
A breathless couple of minutes there. Ireland have deserved a goal for their second-half performance but the own goal is very harsh on Wales. The wind has proved a factor in both halves.
Morgan Boyes (Wales U21) scores an own-goal! Two goals in two minutes for Ireland and it's a freak one. Almost straight from kick-off, centre-half Boyes receives the ball and passes back to his goalkeeper, but it's picked up by the wind and rolls past keeper Nathan Shepperd.
Jonathan Afolabi (Republic of Ireland U21) scores. Ireland deservedly level as Noss tees up Afolabi to bundle home from close range - great move.
Big chance and it really should be 2-0 as Ryan Stirk is played in by the sub Bowen and he only has Maher to beat but he curls the ball well wide from close range.
Sub Gavin Kilkenny makes an immediate impact with an incisive run into the box and he looks to pick out Afolabi in the box but it's well-dealt with Sass-Davies.
Break in play here as Terry Taylor takes a heavy ball to the face from Sass-Davies' header.
Free kick floated in from the back but it's easily collected by Brian Maher.
Noss caught in possession in his own half and Wales look to break but the Gladbach midfielder does well to get back and win the ball.
Good cross from Will Ferry is well-cleared by Billy Sass-Davies with Afolabi looking to pounce.
Lovely work in midfield from Louie Watson to turn his man and play a ball in for the overlapping O'Connor. He has Afolabi in the box but O'Connor decides to shoot and it's straight at Sheppard. First shot on target for Ireland.
Huggins tries to pick out Adams with a cross from the right but it's well cut-out by Mason O'Malley.
Wales looking to get in through Huggins on the left but the pass from Jones is overhit and Lee O'Connor is able to see it out.
Big chance for Ireland, the best of the game so far, as Will Ferry burns his man on the outside and surges into the box but his pullback doesn't find Afolabi and Wales clear.
Just the one change at the break and it's a switch of goalkeeper for Wales, with Nathan Shepperd coming in for Lewis Webb.
Strong defending from Andrew Omobamidele to cut out a Terry Taylor through-ball after Connell had given the ball away in midfield.
Tricky feet from Gilbert to work his way into the box from the right. He appeals for a penalty but no dice - it would have been harsh.
Free kick in a good position for Ireland but it's a wasteful one as Noss fires his cross over everybody's head.
More sustained spell of possession for Ireland at the moment but they're struggling to find space in between the banks of Welsh defenders.
First yellow card of the game is a deserved one for Alex Gilbert, as he chops down Joe Adams on the break for Wales.
Good sweeping by Brian Maher to come out his area and chest down a long ball over the top. He pumps the ball up towards Afolabi, who looks to be fouled but nothing is given. You can see how strong the wind is blowing towards Ireland.
Taylor lines up a free-kick 25 yards out but he hits the wall, but from the loose ball Billy Sass-Davies wins a corner.
Captain Terry Taylor looks to put Sion Spence in behind Ireland's high defensive line but he just gets too much on it.
A deft header from Fin Stevens puts Huggins into space again on the right-hand side but, fortunately for Ireland, his final ball this time is a poor one.
Tenacious work from Luca Connell in midfield and he looks to feed Gilbert on the right wing but he's decisively tackled by Eddy Jones.
Very well-worked goal from Wales and probably the first clear opportunity for either side.
Joe Adams (Wales U21) scores. Wales hit the front with a well-worked move as Niall Huggins finds space on the right and picks out the arriving Joe Adams, who sidefoots first-time past Brian Maher.
Nice work in midfield between Conor Noss and Luca Connell, and the latter plays a nice ball through for Alex Gilbert but the Brentford winger has strayed offside.
Free kick to Ireland 25 yards out for a foul on Afolabi.
First half-chance of the game goes to Wales as Luke Jephcott gets in behind but Mark McGuinness does well to put it behind, and he clears the subsequent corner.
Ireland have had most of the ball so far but have struggled to make the ball stick up front, where Jonathan Afolabi is the focal point.
Not the greatest camera angle in the world in Wrexham but we'll make do.
The match is being broadcast live on Youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SkhDBPeyle4
Hello and welcome to Extratime.com's coverage of the under-21 friendly between the Republic of Ireland and Wales. I'm Dave Donnelly and I'll be taking you through today's game.