Falcons pair in England Under-20s squad

Wednesday 27 November 2019 Written by: Adam

The 45-man group will convene from Thursday to Saturday as they begin preparations for the 2020 U20 Six Nations Championship.

England Under-20s are led by new head coach Alan Dickens with the side opening their Six Nations campaign against France on Saturday February 1.

A 32-man elite player squad will be named in January ahead of the start of the tournament.

**England U20 squad for November training camp**

Lennox Anyanwu – Harlequins

Alfie Barbeary – Wasps

George Barton – Gloucester

Harvey Beaton – Saracens

Joseph Browning – Leicester Tigers

Richard Capstick – Exeter Chiefs

Joseph Carpenter – Sale Sharks

Jack Clement – Gloucester

Phil Cokanasiga – London Irish

Tom Curtis – Sale Sharks

Theodor Dan – Saracens

Connor Doherty – Sale Sharks

Ben Donnell – London Irish

Callum Ford – Sale

Thomas Freeman – Northampton Saints

Josh Gillespie – Northampton Saints

Josh Gray – Gloucester

Luke Green – London Irish

Gabriel Hamer-Webb – Bath

George Hammond – Harlequins

Will Haydon-Wood – Newcastle Falcons

Josh Hodge – Newcastle Falcons

Emmanuel Iyogun – Northampton Saints

Barrie Karea – Exeter Chiefs

George Martin – Leicester Tigers

Sam Maunder – Exeter Chiefs

Nahum Merigan – Bath

Chunya Munga – London Irish

Zachery Nearchou – Wasps

Oliver Newman – Northampton Saints

Max Ojomoh – Bath

Raphael Quirke – Sale Sharks

Sam Riley – Harlequins

Tom Roebuck- Sale Sharks

Fin Rossiter – London Irish

Oliver Sleightholme – Northampton Saints

Freddie Steward – Leicester Tigers

Oliver Stonham – Saracens

Hugh Tizard – Harlequins

Jarett Tonks – Northampton Saints

Rusitate Tuima – Exeter Chiefs

Jack Van Poortvliet – Leicester Tigers

Manu Vunipola – Saracens

Charlie Watson – Saracens

James Whitcombe – Leicester Tigers

**England men U20s Six Nations fixtures:**

France v England: Saturday, February 1, KO 8pm GMT, Stade des Alpes, Grenoble.

Scotland v England: Friday February 7, KO 7.30pm GMT, Myreside, Edinburgh.

England v Ireland: Friday, February 21, KO 7.45pm GMT, Franklin’s Gardens, Northampton.

England v Wales: Friday, March 6, KO 7.45pm GMT, Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester.

Italy v England: Sunday, March 15, KO 5.30pm GMT, Payanini Rugby Center, Verona.