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England Under 21 Men for Poland
31 May 2005 09:59

World Class Hockey Limited: England has announced their squad for an Under 21 men’s four nation tournament in Poland from 1-5 June. England will face opposition from hosts Poland, Germany and Russia in Gniezno as part of their preparation for the Rabo Hockey Junior World Cup taking place in Rotterdam in late June/early July.

 “This will provide a final opportunity for players to claim a place in the Junior World Cup squad as we will announce the JWC squad at the end of this tournament,” team leader Pete Nicholson said.

Matt Fairburn and Ben cowling have received late call ups following good performances recently, replacing Chris Pryce (exams) and Andrew Gooderham (withdrawn) respectively.

Nicholson also welcomes back Harry Jawanda after missing most of the season following injury.

England Under 21 Men
Darren Cheesman (Old Loughtonians)
Ben Cowling (Canterbury)
Adam Dixon (Beeston)
Matt Fairburn (Guildford)
Peter Flanagan (Brookslands)
James Gollan (Firebrands)
Andy Halpin (Formby)
Adam Harper (Loughborough Students)
Ashley Jackson (East Grinstead)
Harry Jawanda (Cannock)
Richard Lane (Cannock)
Steve Lawrence (Beeston)
Iain Mackay (Loughborough Students)
Simon Mantell (Reading)
Jack Marfleet (Loughborough Students)
Rob Pryce (Loughborough Students)
Richard Springham (Old Loughtonians)
Andy Watts (Reading)

Match Schedule
Wednesday 1 June
Russia v Germany, 5pm
Poland v England, 7pm

Thursday 2 June
England v Germany, 5pm
Poland v Russia, 7pm

Friday 3 June
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Saturday 4 June
Russia v England, 3pm
Poland v Germany, 5pm

Sunday 5 June
3 v 4, 10am
1 v 2, 12.30pm

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