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Ewels and Oldaker named in England Under 18 squad

8 June 2012, 1:39pm

Ewels and Oldaker named in England Under 18 squad

Two members of the Bath Rugby Elite Player Development Group have been picked for the England U18 tour to South Africa.

Charlie Ewels (lock/No.8) and Jake Oldaker (lock) are among the 26 man England Squad that will travel to South Africa in August where they will face their counterparts from the host nation as well as Wales and France.

Tour itinerary:

England U18 v Wales U18 – 10th August, Wellington

England U18 v France U18 – 14th August, George

South Africa U18 v England U18 – 18th August, Cape Town

 

England Under 18 squad for the tour to South Africa

Forwards

Josh Buggea (Hartpury College & Worcester Warriors)
Joel Conlon (Ivybridge Community College & Exeter Chiefs)
Charlie Ewels (Bryanston School & Bath Rugby)
Danny Hobbs-Awoyemi (Moulton & Northampton Saints)
David Hughes (Twyford C& E High School & London Wasps)
Maro Itoje (Harrow School & Saracens)
Sam James (Bishops Stortford & Saracens)
Gus Jones (Eton College & London Wasps)
Alex Lundberg (Hampton & London Wasps)
Ross Moriarty (Hartpury College & Gloucester)
Jake Oldaker (Wellington College & Bath Rugby)
Harry Rudkin (Wyggeston & Queen Elizabeth & Leicester Tigers)
Harry Thacker (Leicester Grammar & Leicester Tigers)
Scott Wilson (Sedbergh School & Newcastle Falcons)

Backs

Callum Braley (Hartpury College & Bristol Rugby)
Billy Burns (Hartpury College & Gloucester Rugby)
Nick Carpenter (Filton College & Bristol Rugby)
George Catchpole (Leicester Grammar & Leicester Tigers)
Ollie Claxton (Adams Grammar School & Worcester)
Nathan Earle (Oaklands & Saracens)
Zach Kibirige (Yarm School & Newcastle Falcons)
Sam Olver (Oundle School & Northampton Saints)
Howard Packman (Moulton College & Northampton Saints)
Javiah Pohe (Wyggeston & Queen Elizabeth & Leicester Tigers)
Tom Stephenson (Moulton College & Northampton Saints)
Josh Watkins (Bromsgrove School & Worcester Warriors)

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