Henry Arundell: England calls London Irish fliers into Australia

Henry Arundell

Henry Arundell, a teenager fullback from London Irish, is part of a 36-strong England training squad that prepares for the July Test series against Australia.

While the 19-year-old made his Premiership debut only in February, he has now scored 11 tries in 15 matches played for England Under-20s and Ireland.

Will Joseph, Arundell's club teammate and younger brother to former England centre Jonathan is also called up.

Owen Farrell is who missed the Six Nations with an ankle injury,The past is gone.

Anthony Watson, the Leicester-bound Bath forward, has returned to training after an injury layoff. Mako Vunipola (Saracens prop) is recalled from injury and Jack Willis (Football flanker), is recognized for his performance with Wasps.

Jack van Poortvliet (20 years old) from Leicester is another player who has made the transition from England's age grade sides. He plays alongside Harry Randall (age-grade side) and Alex Mitchell (scrum-half option for Eddie Jones).

Ben Youngs is rested, as well as the experienced trio of Henry Slade and Joe Marler.

England's attack has more pace, which is one priority in the development of the team. A series of scorching goals included. a sensational length-of-the-pitch solo effort against Toulon earlier this month,Arundell has been added to our wish list.

The training camp will last from Sunday to Tuesday, as England prepares for series against Wallabies. Tests will be conducted in Perth, Brisbane, and Sydney over successive weekends starting on 2 July.

England won their first ever series in Australia on their last visit to England in 2016, beating Australia at Twickenham in November.

Jones and his team have been left disappointed by the Six Nations campaign that saw three defeats in five matches. Jones is now looking for new momentum.

We will keep you posted.

England Training Squad


Alfie Barbeary, (Wasps)

Jamie Blamire (Newcastle Falcons, 6 caps)

Ollie Chessum (Leicester Tigers, 2 caps)

Tom Curry (Sale Sharks 40 caps).

Nic Dolly (Leicester Tigers 1 cap)

Alex Dombrandt, Harlequins (9 caps)

Charlie Ewels (30 caps, Bath Rugby)

Ellis Genge (Leicester Tigers, 36 caps)

Joe Heyes (Leicester Tigers, 2 caps)

Maro Itoje (Saracens, 56 caps)

Joe Launchbury (Wasps 70 caps)

Courtney Lawes, Northampton Saints, (93 caps)

Lewis Ludlam (Northampton Saints 11 caps)

George McGuigan (Newcastle Falcons, uncapped)

Tom Pearson (London Irish uncapped)

Bevan Rodd (Sale Sharks, 2 caps)

Will Stuart (Bath Rugby; 20 caps).

Sam Underhill (Bath Rugby, 28 caps)

Mako Vunipola, (Saracens 67 caps).

Jack Willis (Wasps 3 caps)


Henry Arundell (London Irish uncapped)

Orlando Bailey (Bath Rugby, uncapped)

Joe Cokanasiga (Bath Rugby, 11 caps)

Fraser Dingwall (Northampton Saints uncapped)

Owen Farrell (Saracens)

Tommy Freeman (Northampton Saints uncapped)

George Furbank (Northampton Saints 6 caps)

Will Joseph (London Irish, uncapped).

Louis Lynagh, Harlequins, uncapped

Alex Mitchell (Northampton Saints) – 1 cap

Harry Randall (Bristol Bears 6 caps)

Marcus Smith (Harlequins 10 caps)

Freddie Steward (Leicester Tigers, 10 caps)

Manu Tuilagi (Sale Sharks, 46 caps)

Jack van Poortvliet (Leicester Tigers, uncapped)

Anthony Watson (Bath Rugby, 51 caps)

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