England’s U21 squad started their journey to Australia this morning for their tour against sides from Australia and New Zealand.
Tamsin Greenway’s squad will arrive in Canberra on Friday and will train until 11th August when they will face both Australia and New Zealand in their first matches.
The U21 side will then move into an intense four days of competition with finals taking place on Sunday 14th August.
The squad travelling to Australia is as follows:
Imogen Allison, Rebekah Airey, Summer Artman, Brittany Coleman, Rhea Dixon, George Fisher, Brie Grierson, Alana John, Emily Hollingworth, Gabriella Marshall, Vicki Oyesola, Paige Reed, Jess Shaw, Francesca Williams
To keep up with the young Roses on their journey in Canberra you can follow Tamsin on Twitter via @tamsingreenway during the tour.
We’ll also be keeping you updated with the results on the England Netball website and social media platforms!
The U19 squad follow close behind their U21 colleagues as they fly out to Jamaica on Friday and go straight into training on Saturday – Sunday will then pose their first challenge as they take on the Ministry of Education in a practice match.
Jan Crabtree’s side will then be taking on Jamaica’s U21s in five games on the 8th, 9th, 11th, 12th and 13th August at the National Indoor Sports Centre.
The squad travelling to Jamaica is as follows:
Halimat Adio, Amy Clinton, Amy Carter, Charlotte Curtis, Iona Darroch, Ashleigh Dekker, Zara Everitt, Rosie Harris, Claudia Heath, Rebecca Hoult, Lucy Parize, Razia Quashie, Jaydene Robinson, Lucy Stevenson
To keep up with the young Roses on their journey in Jamaica you can follow Jan on Twitter via @
Good luck to both squads travelling to Australia and Jamaica!