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England Under 16s team to face Wales

31 March 2005

Thursday 31st March 2005

Following the successful start to their international season, England Under 16s face Wales on Saturday (2nd April) at Hull Ionians RFC.  England Under 16s coach Gareth Rees has made just one change to the team who beat Italy Under 17s 47-5 last Saturday at Old Albanians.   

Kick off against Wales is at 14.30 and tickets are available from Hull Ionians RFC, Brantingham Park, Brantingham Rd, Brantingham Brough HU15 1HX .   Ticket Hotline: 01482 667342  (Adults �3, Juniors & OAP's �1). 

The England Under 16s A and B teams are currently involved in a International Festival at Millfield School, Somerset where they are playing alongside France, Wales and Canada Under 16s.

Squads and results from the International Festival can be found on www.rfu.com

A full match report from the England v Wales match will be distributed to the media and available on www.rfu.com

England Under 16s to face Wales Under 16s (School/County/Division):

15    Greig Tonks (Nottingham High School/Nottinghamshire/Midlands); 14    Thomas Bedford (Chumleigh Community College/Devon/South West); 13    Benjamin Williams (Bryanston School/Dorset & Wilts/South West); 12     Luke Eves (Colston's Collegiate School/Bristol/South West); 11    Sebastian Stegman (Heathside School/Surrey/London & South East); 10     Adam Greendale (CAPT.) Hymers College/Yorkshire/North); 9     Michael Young (Brierton School/Durham/North); 1    Daniel Birchall (Lancaster Royal GS/Lancashire/North); 2    Josh Ives (Wymondham College/Norfolk/Midlands); 3    Alec Kingham (Marlborough College/Dorset & Wilts/South West); 4    James Cannon (Bishop Stopford School/East Midlands/Midlands); 5     Kyriakos Antoniades (Whitgift School/Surrey/London & South West); 6    Calum Clark (Richmond School/Yorkshire/North); 7   Andrew Saul   (Bancrofts School/Essex/London & South East); 8    Edward Jackson (Millfield School/Somerset/South West).

Reps: 16    Thomas Haller (St Albans School/Hertfordshire/London & South East); 17    Tom Collett (Lutterworth GS & CC/Leicestershire/Midlands); 18 Samuel Stone (Sutton Valence School/Kent/London & South East);     19    Carl Fearns (Sedbergh School/Lancashire/North); 20    Ryan Burford (St Peter's High School/Gloucestershire/South West); 21    Robert Miller (Keswick School/Cumbria/North); 22    Sandy Reid (Epsom College/Surrey/London & South West).

 

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