25 January 2017

Huge congratulations to Old Abingdonian Theo Brophy Clews who has been selected by England Rugby in their U20 Six Nations squad for the third year. Theo left Abingdon School in 2015 after seven years at the school; he toured Namibia & South Africa and was the 1st XV captain in his final year. He was part of the London Irish Academy whilst at the school and became a full time professional upon leaving. He's played in the Premiership and is their youngest ever try scorer.

Making the England U20 squad is a massive achievement for him and we wish him the very best of luck in the tournament. England's campaign begins on Saturday 4 February against France at Exeter Chiefs’ at Sandy Park (12.00pm) followed by a trip to Wales on Friday 10 February for a 19.15 kick off at Eirias Park in Colwyn Bay.

England then travel to Darlington Mowden Park, where they will play on their artificial surface for a 19.45 kick off against Italy on Friday 24 February.

The final home game of the campaign sees England host Scotland on Saturday 11 March at Northampton Saints’ Franklin’s Gardens at 18.15, before they then travel to Donnybrook Stadium for the final game of the championships against Ireland.

Sky Sports will show England’s three home games against Scotland, Italy, and France.

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