74 young athletes, aged between 14-18, have been selected to represent Team England at this year’s Commonwealth Youth Games in The Bahamas.
The 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games will provide young athletes with a fantastic opportunity to gain valuable experience of a multi-sport competition to support their development.
A host of future stars will be heading to the Caribbean from 19-23 July 2017 competing in athletics, swimming, rugby 7s, beach volleyball, judo, boxing and tennis.
Among them are a group of 12 players who will form England's Rugby 7s squad for the tournament. They will be led by England sevens academy coach Warren Abrahams.
Rugby 7s squad:
Harry Barlow, Guildford
Connor Doherty, Sale
Thomas Fawcett, Henley-in-Arden
Lailand Gordon, Gwent
Fergus Guiry, Chichester
Cameron Kelemeti, York
Thomas Marshall, Blyth
Samuel Maunder, Cullompton
Jack Musk, Thames Ditton
Oliver Sleightholme, Northampton
JJ Tonks, Gloucester
Manu Vunipola, Marlborough