posted on 5 August 2013

Wildcats Academy player Jordan Crowther has been named in the England Rugby League 20-man Youth squad to face Wales Under-16s at Taff Wells, Cardiff on Friday August 30 (6.30pm)

Jordan Crowther has been named in the England Youth Squad to face Wales.

The squad features 11 members of the squad that defeated the Welsh Schoolboys in a dramatic 22-18 contest in April and England Youth coach Stuart Barrow will be hoping his side can make it two from two against Welsh opposition.

Hull FC have the largest contingent of players in the squad, with four Arlie Birds in the 20-strong squad while Leeds Rhinos and Warrington Wolves both have three representatives.

Huddersfield Giants, London Broncos, St Helens and Wigan Warriors all have two players in the squad while sole representatives from Widnes Vikings and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats complete the squad.

England Youth squad to face Wales

Brad Harrison  (Hull FC, Skirlaugh Bulls)

Brad Parker (Hull FC, East Hull)

Charlie Phythian (Warrington Wolves, Latchford Albion)

Frazer Morris (Huddersfield Giants, St Josephs Sharks)

Harry Tyson Wilson (Hull FC, West Hull)

Harvey Livett (Warrington Wolves, Rylands Sharks)

Isaac Noi  (Wigan Warriors, Ince Rose Bridge)

Jacob Ware (Leeds Rhinos, Westgate Wolves)

Jake Campbell (St Helens, Blackbrook)

Jake Moore (Wigan Warriors, Wath Brow Hornets)

Jordan Crowther (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, Westgate Wolves)

Jordan Lane (Hull FC, West Hull)

Kameron Pearce Paul (London Broncos, Croydon Hurricanes)

Lewis Fairhurst (St Helens, Hindley)

Morgan Smith  (Leeds Rhinos, Stanningley Rangers)

Reece Brunt (Warrington Wolves, Latchford Albion)

Roshane Johnson (London Broncos, Medway Dragons)

Ryan Ince (Widnes Vikings, Widnes Moorfield)

Sam Hallas (Leeds Rhinos, Stanningley)

Will Gledhill (Huddersfield Giants, Wakefield Westgate)

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