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Fraser Dingwall gets England call for the World Rugby Under-20 Championships


By CambridgeIndependent Reporter


Former Cambridge Rugby Club mini and youth player Fraser Dingwall in action for England. Picture: David Spink/RFU
Former Cambridge Rugby Club mini and youth player Fraser Dingwall in action for England. Picture: David Spink/RFU

And Ehren Painter, Jake Hennessey and Alex Rayment also receive international honours

Fraser Dingwall has been named in the England squad for the World Rugby Under-20 Championships.

The 19-year-old centre is a product of the Cambridge Rugby Club mini and youth system, and is now at Northampton Saints, although he spent last season on loan at Coventry.

Dingwall is part of a 28-man squad for the event in France from May 30 to June 17. England face Argentina on May 30, Italy on June 3 and Scotland on June 7.

Cambridge loanee Ehren Painter, whose parent club is Northampton Saints, is also in the squad.

Another loanee and Cambridge University RUFC centre Jake Hennessey represented England Sevens as they finished fifth at the Rugby Europe Sevens Grand Prix Series in Moscow at the weekend.

And Cambridge hooker Alex Rayment played for England Counties under-20s as they won 24-17 against Georgia under-20s.



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