Leicester Tigers have confirmed the club’s senior and development squads for the remainder of the 2019/20 season.
The New Look Leicester squads include 22 additions who have joined the club or made the step up to senior rugby from the Tigers academy during the postponement period.
Still to join the squad are outside-backs Kini Murimurivalu and Kobus Van Wyk.
SENIOR SQUAD – FORWARDS
Blake Enever, Calum Green, Charlie Clare, Cyle Brink, Dan Cole, Ellis Genge, Facundo Gigena, Hanro Liebenberg, Harry Wells, Jake Kerr, Joe Heyes, Jordan Coghlan, Jordan Taufua, Luke Wallace, Nephi Leatigaga, Ryan Bower, Sam Lewis, Shalva Mamukashvili, Tom Youngs (c), Tomas Lavanini, Tommy Reffell
SENIOR SQUAD – BACKS
Ben White, Ben Youngs, David Williams, George Ford (vc), George Worth, Guy Porter, Harry Potter, Harry Simmons, Jaco Taute, Johnny McPhillips, Jordan Olowofela, Kini Murimurivalu, Kobus Van Wyk, Matt Scott, Nemani Nadolo, Sam Aspland-Robinson, Tom Hardwick, Zack Henry
Archie Vanes, Cameron Henderson, Dan Kelly, Emeka Ilione, Freddie Steward, George Martin, Harry Glynn, Henri Lavin, Jack Rowntree, Jack Van Poortvliet, James Whitcombe, Joe Browning, Jonny Law, Kit Smith, Oliver Chessum, Ollie Ashworth, Osman Dimen, Sam Edwards, Taylor Gough, Thom Smith ,Tom Manz
LIST | Players who should feature for England in 2021
Eddie Jones has some fantastic young players gunning for a place in his England squad.
Ben Curry, Sale Sharks
Twin brother of Tom, he was called up to the senior England squad by Eddie Jones for their 2017 summer tour of Argentina, but did not make an appearance on the tour. The former England U20 captain never lets Sale down and certainly wouldn’t let his country down if given the call.
Ollie Thorley, Gloucester
He made his debut for the Cherry & Whites in 2013 as a 17-year-old, partnering World Cup winner Mike Tindall in the centre of an LV= Cup match, and has since gone on to prove himself as one of the brightest talents at Kingsholm. A World Rugby U20 Championship winner in 2016, Thorley has pace, power and an eye for the try line.
Gabriel Ibitoye, Harlequins
He was called into the senior England training squad during the 2019 Six Nations and he was one of four nominees for player of the tournament at the Under-20 World Championship. The powerful, quick wing is stocky with a low centre of gravity, a devastating turn of pace and electric feet. This is also looking like it could be his breakthrough campaign for him at Harlequins.