February 20, 2019
The coaching staff at each of the age groups had a tough decision to make after the December camps, with all players performing very well. Using all available data including test results and video analysis, the final lists were published last month.
The u14 and u15 boys will have their camp on Thursday February 21, alongside the relaunched Power of 12 programme. The u13 boys and the two girls squads will take the ice on Friday February 22.
FEBRUARY CAMP LISTS
England 13s Boys
Matty Byrne, Ben Clarke-Leach, Daniel Nefedov, Archie Salisbury, Harvey Harman, Nathaniel Gaskin, Preston Tombs, Jamie Smith, Charlie Roche, Oliver Turner, Joshua Dowds, Kohen Taylor, Sebastian Darlston-Jones, Euan Williams, Jake Kellett, Owen Bruton, Andrew Heath, Sebastian Mohr, Bobby Ragan, Dylan Lipsey, Leo Spall-Cordes, Jared Vigar, Magnus Wrottersley, Ollie Hemmings-Maher, Ben Horner, Justin Dennison, Eddie Harper, Sam Keeling, Gabriel Fisher, Ethan Daintith, Gregor Mills, Taheem Javaid, Oliver Wagg.
England 14s Boys
Luca Tessadri, Benjamin Parkin, Tyler De La Bertouche, Louis Molyneux, Oliver Howells, Connor Lewis, Tommy Spraggon, Lennon Thomas, Matthew Cross, Darmani James, Max Lewis, Billy Thorpe, Logan Hill, Jacob White Sey, Oliver Knaggs, Josh Kelly, Charlie Marsden, Ethan Wilcox, Finley Bradon, Samuel Robinson, Ethan Lane, Christopher Beckett, Dylan Holicka, Samuel Lyne, Louie White, Samuel Davies, Adam Erskine, Cole McCluskey, Daniel Martin, Josh Shaw, Ethan Scholey.
England 15s Boys
Matt Bloor, Jacob Hammond, Alex Oldale, Myles Keogh, Daniel Bradley, Liam Steele, Sam Cooper, Bailey Perre, Jamie Searle, Ryan Merryweather, Lewis Kimpton, Archie Hazledine, Milique Martelly, Jacob Frost, Alex Kent, Jack Hopkins, Ellis Ricci, James White, Leo Markey, Cain Russell, Evan Nauth, Aiden McGurk, Oliver Endicott, Jacob Bryceland, Isaac Cornell, Archie Millar, Jacob Race, Sam Parkin, Stan Ratcliffe, Lucas Priestley, Callum Field.
England 13s Girls
Ellin Rees, Jessica Jones, Emily Benson, Madison Troup, Ruby Haynes, Melissa Veal, Abigail Minter, Zara Berwick, Jessica Wooding, Lola Nock, Ruby Newlands, Scarlett Richardson, Amelia Carey, Lydia Lutwyche, Cassie McGregor, Meeyah Forbes, Sophie Davies, Emily Johnson, Alisha O’Doherty, Katy Dadd, Robyn Wilson-Barrett, Kate Taylor, Alicia Mason, Vivian McGee, Hattie Grayson, Amy Kingsbury, Grace Cooper, Thalia Davidson-Wright, Phoebe Gregg, Ellie Patrick, Katie Payton.
England 16s Girls
Teagan Hyatt, Flo Holder, Mali Easton, Martha Cornell, Lydia Walsh, Abby Rowbotham, Elouise Porter, Maria Labagnara, Rhiannon Price, Katrina Wood, Phoebe Mather, Alex Woolfe, Chamonix Jackson, Mirren Foy, Ellie Wallace, Inez Brannen, Abi McCourt, Alice Jones, April Ramsey, Ava Dell, Charlotte Davenport Jeffrey, Martha Brown, Maisie Breakenridge, Rebecca Boardman, Ketziah Robinson, Jaz Little, Poppy Cheetham, Billie Lloyd Thaker, Grace Taylor, Skye Ferguson, Megan Burton.
In line with the ENTP policies in place, England U16s girls that have made the GB Women U18 team have now graduated from the ENTP programme – congratulations on their selection and also the bronze medal which was won in Dumfries in January.
England head coach Ben Pitchley said: “Congratulations to everyone who has made it to the final stage of this year’s programme.
“It’s probably been the toughest selection process yet for my staff, that’s testament to all players hard work throughout the camps to date. For those who did not make it to the February camp, please do get your feedback from the manager and good luck for the remainder of the season with your clubs and conferences.
“To those joining us in Sheffield it will be another busy time, the timetable is packed and the players will be put through their paces on and off the ice.
“Good luck to everyone for the February camp and safe travels to Sheffield.”
Follow @EIHA_Official on Twitter for coach Pitchley’s insights throughout the two days, look for the hashtag #ENTPitch as well as photos from the camp.