Leah Setsoafia’s side won all four of their games to complete a clean sweep en route to the trophy once again as they did in 2022.
The young Roses laid down an immediate marker with a dominant 81-22 victory over United Arab Emirates U17.
All 12 athletes got out on court in the opening game meaning five of the young Roses – Hannah Gibson, Neve Marsden, Isabella Phillips, Katie Rayner and Eleanor Sadler – won their first junior caps.
With combinations continuing to develop and confidence growing, England maintained their impressive form with back-to-back victories on Saturday.
They came close to breaking the 100-goals mark with a 97-23 win against Scotland U17 before accelerating away after a closely contested first half against Wales U17 to record a 71-32 victory.
The young Roses then made it four from four on the final day of the competition, running out 95-15 winners against hosts Northern Ireland U17.
Congratulations to all the athletes, coaches and support staff involved and a huge thank you to all at Europe Netball and Netball NI for putting on a fantastic competition.
England U17 Squad:
|Darcie Everitt||GD, GK||London Pulse|
|Hannah Gibson||GA, GS||London Pulse|
|Isabelle Kaye||WD, C||Central Warriors|
|Daisy Lees||C, WA||Manchester Thunder|
|Neve Marsden||GS, GA||Severn Stars|
|Jessica Monthe||GK, GD||Severn Stars|
|Emily Pawlett (Vice Captain)||C, WD||Manchester Thunder|
|Regan Peters||GA, WA||Surrey Storm|
|Isabella Phillips (Captain)||GD, WD||London Pulse|
|Katie Rayner||WA, C||Manchester Thunder|
|Eleanor Sadler||GK, GD||London Pulse|
|Anya Williams||GS, GA||Manchester Thunder|
Head Coach: Leah Setsoafia
Assistant Coach: Sheonah Forbes
England U17 Results:
|Friday 24 February 2023||England U17 81-22 UAE U17||Watch the replay|
|Saturday 25 February 2023||England U17 97-23 Scotland U17||Watch the replay|
|Saturday 25 February 2023||England U17 71-32 Wales U17||Watch the replay|
|Sunday 26 February 2023||England U17 95-15 Northern Ireland U17||Watch the replay|