Oaklands duo answer England call

Jubb and Crumpton named in England U18s squad for semi-final

RUGBY UNION: Two stars of Oaklands College’s rugby scheme have been name in England’s 24-man squad for the U18 FIRA tournament.

Lock Tom Jubb and fellow forward Max Crumpton, who both also represent Saracens, have been named by head coach John Fletcher for this Sunday’s semi-final clash with Wales.

Fletcher’s side have had a mixed season, enjoying wins against Ireland and Italy earlier in the year before suffering a 26-21 defeat against Scotland just over two weeks ago in Leeds.

A win against the Welsh, in Auch in the south of France, would take England into the final of the competition against either Ireland or hosts France on Saturday, April 23, in Tarbes.


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Dominic Barrow (Prince Henry’s Grammar School) (Leeds Carnegie)

Joe Buckle (Bryanston) (Bath Rugby)

Jack Clifford (RGS Guildford) (Harlequins)

Max Crumpton (Oaklands College) (Saracens)

Matt Hankin (Haileybury College) (Saracens)

Danny Herriott (Moulton College) (Northampton Saints)

Alec Hepburn (Henley College) (London Wasps)

Tom Jubb (Oaklands College) (Saracens)

Nathan Morris (Sedbergh School) (London Wasps)

Joe Robinson (Sedbergh School) (Newcastle Falcons)

David Sisi (St Paul’s Catholic College) (London Irish)

Tom Smallbone (Harrow School) (London Irish)

Scott Spurling (Harrow School) (Saracens)

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Jack Arnott (Ivybridge College) (Exeter Chiefs)

Alex Day (St Joseph’s College) (Northampton Saints)

Sam Hill (Ivybridge College) (Exeter Chiefs)

Will Hooley (The Leys School) (Northampton Saints)

Mark Jennings (Myerscough College) (Sale Sharks)

James Lightfoot-Brown (St Paul’s Catholic College) (London Irish)

Jack Nowell (Truro College) (Exeter Chiefs)

Henry Slade (Plymouth College) (Exeter Chiefs)

Tom Stephenson (Moulton College) (Northampton Saints)

Anthony Watson (St George’s College) (London Irish)

Marcus Webber (Manchester Grammar) (Leeds Carnegie)

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