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England U20s Six Nations Fixtures 2018

By K
November 30 2017

The fixtures for the 2018 U20s Six Nations Championship have been announced.

The Championship will begin on Friday 2 February at Stadio Enzo Bearzot in Gorizia where Italy U20 will host England U20 and will end on Friday 16 March at Parc Eirias In Colwyn Bay where Wales U20 will host France U20.


09/02/2018   19:45    England  U20  v  Wales U20      Kingston Park


23/02/2018   19:30    Scotland  U20  v  England U20  Myreside


09/03/2018   20:00    France U20s    v  England U20  Stade de la Méditerranée


16/03/2018  20:00     England U20   v  Ireland U20    Ricoh Arena





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England U20s Six Nations Fixtures 2018
Unofficial England Rugby Union (IP Logged)
30/11/2017 14:27
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Re: England U20s Six Nations Fixtures 2018
Slater582 (IP Logged)
02/12/2017 12:04
When do they announce the squad? Just looking at those still eligible from last year and Henry Walker (hooker), Ciaran Knight (prop), Alex Seville (prop), Dino Lamb (flanker), Ben Earl (Back row), James Grayson (fly half), Jacob Umaga (fly half/12), Will Butler (centre), Gabriel Ibitoye (wing) and Tom Parton (full back) all played in the Junior World Cup final loss to NZ.

Tighthead Marcus Street started the semi final. Full back Ali Crossdale played the opening game of the World Cup and was then ruled out with an injury. Worcester duo Joe Morris (prop) and Ted Hill (lock) featured in the Six Nations. As did London Irish scrum half Rory Brand. Think I'm right in saying all are still eligble. There's a few others who didn't feature at all last year, like Ben White who looks a useful scrum half when Leicester give him a game. Plus some will step up from the Under-18 side.

And will we see any of Isiekwe, Curry twins or Marcus Smith feature?

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