Five London Irish senior Academy players have been selected in a 45-player squad for the first England men U20s training camp of the 2019/20 season.

Forwards Luke Green, Ben Donnell, Chunya Munga and Finn Rossiter and back Phil Cokanasiga have all been included in head coach Alan Dickens training squad.

The squad will convene at Bisham Abbey (28-30 November) as they begin preparations for the 2020 U20 Six Nations Championship.

England U20s are led by head coach Alan Dickens with the side opening their Six Nations campaign against France on Saturday 1 February.

A 32-elite player squad will be named in January ahead of the start of the tournament.

England U20 squad for November training camp

Lennox Anyanwu - Harlequins
Alfie Barbeary - Wasps
George Barton - Gloucester
Harvey Beaton - Saracens
Joseph Browning - Leicester Tigers
Richard Capstick - Exeter Chiefs
Joseph Carpenter - Sale Sharks
Jack Clement - Gloucester
Phil Cokanasiga - London Irish
Tom Curtis - Sale Sharks
Theodor Dan - Saracens
Connor Doherty - Sale Sharks
Ben Donnell - London Irish
Callum Ford - Sale
Thomas Freeman - Northampton Saints
Josh Gillespie - Northampton Saints
Josh Gray - Gloucester
Luke Green - London Irish
Gabriel Hamer-Webb - Bath
George Hammond - Harlequins
Will Haydon-Wood - Newcastle Falcons
Josh Hodge - Newcastle Falcons
Emmanuel Iyogun - Northampton Saints
Barrie Karea - Exeter Chiefs
George Martin - Leicester Tigers
Sam Maunder - Exeter Chiefs
Nahum Merigan - Bath
Chunya Munga - London Irish
Zachery Nearchou - Wasps
Oliver Newman - Northampton Saints
Max Ojomoh - Bath
Raphael Quirke - Sale Sharks
Sam Riley - Harlequins
Tom Roebuck- Sale Sharks
Fin Rossiter - London Irish
Oliver Sleightholme - Northampton Saints
Freddie Steward - Leicester Tigers
Oliver Stonham - Saracens
Hugh Tizard - Harlequins
Jarett Tonks - Northampton Saints
Rusitate Tuima - Exeter Chiefs
Jack Van Poortvliet - Leicester Tigers
Manu Vunipola - Saracens
Charlie Watson  - Saracens
James Whitcombe - Leicester Tigers

England men U20s Six Nations fixtures

France v England
Saturday, 1 February, KO 8pm GMT, Stade des Alpes, Grenoble

Scotland v England
Friday 7 February, KO 7.30pm GMT, Myreside, Edinburgh

England v Ireland
Friday, 21 February, KO 7.45pm GMT, Franklin’s Gardens, Northampton

England v Wales
Friday, 6 March, KO 7.45pm GMT, Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester

Italy v England
Sunday, 15 March, KO 5.30pm GMT, Payanini Rugby Center, Verona


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