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Zach Mercer and Josh Bayliss of Bath Rugby named in England U20 squad

Two young Bath Rugby starlets, Zach Mercer and Josh Bayliss, have been named in the England under-20 squad.

Bayliss and Mercer are included in a 28-man squad for the World Rugby U20 Championship that is due to take place in Georgia from May 31 to June 18.

Mercer, in particular, has had good times with the England U20s as he led the Red Rose to the U20 Six Nations earlier this year and was involved when England won the World Championship in Manchester last year.

“Following the England U20 Grand Slam earlier this year, it is great to have five players earn places in the senior squad," said RFU Head of International Player Development, Dean Ryan.
“The Six Nations showed that we have a large pool of young talent and that competition for places is high.  We’re looking forward to seeing which players now take the opportunity to make their mark in the World Championship this summer as this group continues to develop.” 
England U20 Squad for Georgia:
Ralph Adams-Hale (Saracens), Josh Bayliss (Bath Rugby), Jamie Blamire (Newcastle Falcons), Josh Caulfield (Exeter Chiefs), Justin Clegg (Worcester Warriors), Max Davies (Newcastle Falcons), Ollie Dawe (Bristol Rugby), Ben Earl (Saracens), Will Evans (Leicester Tigers), Ciaran Knight (Gloucester Rugby), Zach Mercer (Bath Rugby), Joe Mullis (Gloucester Rugby), Jack Nay (Saracens), Alex Seville (Gloucester Rugby), Marcus Street (Exeter Chiefs), Henry Walker (Gloucester Rugby)
Sam Aspland-Robinson (Harlequins), Theo Brophy Clews (London Irish), Will Butler (Worcester Warriors), Ali Crossdale (Saracens), Gabriel Ibitoye (Harlequins), Max Malins (Saracens), Alex Mitchell (Northampton Saints), Dominic Morris (Saracens), Tom Parton (London Irish), Harry Randall (Gloucester Rugby), Jacob Umaga (Wasps), Max Wright (Yorkshire Carnegie)
England U20 World Championship Pool A fixtures, all live on ITV:
England v Samoa: Wednesday 31 May – Avchala Stadium (10am KO BST)
England v Wales: Sunday 4 June - Avchala Stadium (5pm KO BST)
England v Australia: Thursday 8 June -  Avchala Stadium (5pm KO BST)
Semi-finals and knock-out matches (Monday 13 June) Details TBC


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