England Men's U20 team to face Oxford University named

England Men's U20 team to face Oxford University named

England Men's U20 head coach, Alan Dickens, has named his team to play Oxford University on Saturday 15 September (KO 14:00) at Oxford University Sports Ground.
To give the all the players an opportunity on the field, different sets of players will play for the first and second halves of the match.  Fin Baxter, who has been capped twice with England, is captain for the first half with centre, Seb Atkinson, taking over the role for the second half. 
Alan Dickens commenting ahead of the game said: “We’ve had two camps, this week and last, which helped bring the group together and kick start our Six Nations preparation. The training has gone really well and the commitment from the players has been fantastic.
“The game against Oxford University will be an excellent opportunity for us to put in to practice all our work in training and assess how well the lads are working as a group.  It’s a great way for us to prepare for our opening game in the Six Nations away to Scotland.”
England U20 Team v Oxford University

First half
15.  George Hendy
14.  Deago Bailey
13.  Jacob Cusick
12.  Ethan Grayson
11.  Cassius Cleaves
10.  Louie Johnson
9.   Tom Carr-Smith
1.   Fin Baxter (c)
2.   Jasper Spandler
3.   Mikey Summerfield
4.   Tom Lockett
5.   Alex Wardell
6.   Macenzzie Duncan
7.   Kofi Cripps
8.   Geordie Irvine

Second half
15.  Henry Arundell
14.  Francis Moore
13.  Seb Atkinson (c)
12.  Bryn Bradley
11.  Ollie Dawkins
10.  Jamie Benson
9.    Matty Jones
1.    Mark Dormer
2.    Tom Cotton
3.    Will Hobson / Robin Hardwick
4.    Alfie Bell
5.    Charlie Rice
6.    Geordie Irvine / Macenzzie Duncan
7.    Kofi Cripps
8.    Greg Fisilau

Venue: Oxford University Sports Ground, Iffley Road, OX4 1SR

England U20s 2022 Six Nations fixtures

Friday 4 February - Scotland v England - KO 8pm - DAM Health Stadium, Edinburgh 
Friday 11 February - Italy v England - KO 7pm - Stadio Comunale di Monigo, Treviso
Friday 25 February - England v Wales - KO 7pm – Castle Park, Doncaster
Saturday 12 March – England v Ireland - KO 7.15pm – StoneX Stadium, London 
Sunday 20 March - France v England - KO 8pm - Stade Aime Giral, Perpignan

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