WARRIORS ACADEMY QUARTET GET ENGLAND UNDER-17 CALL

Warriors academy quartet Tom Miles, Ben Rowley, Tobi Wilson and Fin Thomas have been named in England’s Under-17 training camp, which takes place in Bristol next week.

In all, 49 players have been selected for the three-day camp, 24 in the North squad and 25 in the South squad.

The camp gets underway on Friday February 28 and will feature a North v South game at 11am on Sunday March 1 at North Bristol RFC.

“We are delighted for the players who have been selected to take part in the training camp in Bristol,” said Mike Hall, Manager of the Three Pears Warriors Academy.

“They have all worked hard throughout the season and this is a nice reward for them to recognise their efforts.

“The under-18s squad have put in some excellent performances this season, which is testament to the hard work of all the coaching and support staff.

“To have four players included in the England Under-18s training squad and now four in the North versus South camp is great reward to everyone that has worked so hard alongside these players.”

Warriors Under-18s enjoyed a stellar Premiership Rugby Under-18 League campaign, culminating in last week’s emphatic victory over Saracens to claim third place.

Stourport High School duo Thomas and Wilson will represent the North of England, while Ellesmere College prop Rowley and Tom Miles of King Henry VIII are both in the South of England set-up.

England Under-17 Training Squads

North – Coached by Andy Dawling (Saracens) and Alex Guest (Gloucester)

Morgan Adderley-Jones (Gloucester and Hartpury College)

Emeka Atunya (Northampton Saints and Northampton School for Boys)

Alfie Bell (Wasps and King Henry VIII School, Coventry)

Cormac Calnan (Leicester Tigers and Stamford School)

Freddy Clark (Yorkshire Carnegie and Woodhouse Grove School)

Ben Copley (Yorkshire Carnegie and Hymers College)

Ollie Dawkins (Wasps and RGS High Wycombe)

Mark Dormer (Newcastle Falcons and RGS Newcastle)

Greg Fisalau (Wasps and City of Oxford College)

Aaron Florestein (Wasps and Merchant Taylors’ School)

Jake Garside (Northampton Saints and Norwich School)

Ewan Greenlaw (Newcastle Falcons and Durham School)

Ned Hawker (Yorkshire Carnegie and Woodhouse Grove School)

Henry Joule (Leicester Tigers and Oakham School)

Rekeiti Ma’asi-White (Wasps and Harrow School)

Guy Pepper (Newcastle Falcons and Barnard Castle School)

Seb Smith (Leicester Tigers and Stamford School)

Jasper Spandler (Bath and Beechen Cliff School)

Jake Sterland (Leicester Tigers and Brooksby Melton College)

Phil Tandoh (Leicester Tigers and Stamford School)

Nye Thomas (Sale Sharks and Liverpool College)

Fin Thomas (Worcester Warriors and Stourport HS)

Olly Tomalin (Yorkshire Carnegie and St Peter’s School, York)

Tobi Wilson (Worcester Warriors and Stourport HS)

South – Coached by Tom Harrison (Leicester Tigers) and James Craig (Northampton Saints)

Tom Ahl (Bath and Dauntsey’s Schools)

Henry Arundle (London Irish and Harrow School)

Monty Bradbury (London Irish and Wellington College)

Fyn Brown (Wasps and Shiplake College)

Kofi Cripps (Wasps and Rugby School)

Tobias Elliott (Saracens and Watford GS)

Kian Gentry (Exeter Chiefs and Exeter College)

Mackenzie Graham (Bath and Beechen Cliff School)

Milo Hallam (Exeter Chiefs and Truro College)

Jesper Hartikainen (London Irish and Hampton School)

Zack Hill (Saracens and Oaklands College)

Geordie Irvine (Northampton Saints and Oundle School)

Nathan Jibulu (Harlequins & Seaford College)

Matty Jones (Bristol Bears and SGS Filton College)

Tom Lynagh (Harlequins and Epsom College)

Tom Miles (Worcester Warriors and King Henry VIII, Coventry)

Kitan Ojo (Harlequins and Epsom College)

Ehimen Osebor (Saracens and Haileybury School)

Tom Parkin (Yorkshire Carnegie and Rishworth School)

Kaden Pearce-Paul (Saracens and Ravens Wood School)

Dylan Power (Bristol Bears & Colston’s Schools)

Ben Rowley (Worcester Warriors and Ellesmere College)

Connor Slevin (Harlequins and Whitgift School)

Mikey Summerfield (London Irish and Hartpury College)

Bailey Williams (Exeter Chiefs and Truro College)