England U21 Long Squad

After a busy week training at the Roses Academy and U21 summer camp, a total of 20 players have been selected for the U21 long squad.

This squad will come together on a monthly basis from September onwards at weekend camps in Loughborough, alongside Roses Academy Camps.

The selected athletes will also have opportunities throughout the year at competitions such as U21 Netball Europe in October and numerous tours where they will encounter various styles of play in preparation for the World Youth Cup 2021 in Fiji.

England U21 Head Coach Karen Greig said: “It’s been a good week in selection camp. I have worked the athletes hard and have thrown new challenges at them all. I have been impressed with their application and work rate.

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“We have had to make some tough decisions but I am really pleased and excited to work with this group of athletes working towards to World Youth Cup in 2021. They will face a number of styles of play over the coming seasons as we look to put in place the best possible preparations heading into the competition.”

The athletes selected are as follows:

Zara Everitt Loughborough Lightning GD/WD
Funmi Fadoju London Pulse GD/GK
Rachael Fee Team Bath GD/GK
Alice Harvey Loughborough Lightning GK
Ally Housely Wasps Netball WD/GD
Ruth Hughes* Wasps Netball WA/C
Berri Neil Manchester Thunder GA/GS/WA
Jasmin Odeogberin London Pulse GD/WD
Georgia Pexton Leeds Rhinos WA/C
Yasmin Roebuck Manchester Thunder C/WD/WA
Emilia Roscoe Manchester Thunder GS/GA
Kira Rothwell London Pulse GA/GS
Sienna Rushton Wasps Netball GS/GA
Millie Sanders* Manchester Thunder GK/GD/WD
Alicia Scholes Manchester Thunder WA/C
Ella Standring* Manchester Thunder WD/C
Stacey Tankoua Manchester Thunder WD/GD/C
Olivia Tchine** London Pulse GS
Emma Thacker* Surrey Storm GS/GA
Hannah Williams Manchester Thunder WA/C

*Subject to Fitness

** Futures programme athlete

Congratulations to all of the selected athletes.

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