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Press conference: England Rugby 7s

From RFU
Ahead of the Delhi Commonwealth Games, England Sevens are hosting an open media session for broadcasters and written press at the National Sports Centre, Bisham Abbey, on Wednesday, July 28.

England are preparing for the Commonwealth Games in New Delhi in October and will appear at the Middlesex Sevens at Twickenham on August 14 playing as a Help For Heroes team.

The morning training session is open to all observers ” writers as well as photographers and TV crews ” and head coach Ben Ryan and the whole squad are available for interview afterwards.

Schedule
10.15am Open training session, Windsor Pitch, National Sports Centre, Bisham Abbey, Nr Marlow SL7 1RR

11.15am Head coach Ben Ryan available for interview

11.30am All players available for interview

12.30pm Session closes

Please book interviews in advance with Simon Mills at the RFU either by email simonmills@rfu.com or by calling 07702 661214

England Sevens Commonwealth Games Training Group
Greg Barden (Royal Navy)
Kevin Barrett (Saracens)
John Brake (England Sevens)
Dan Caprice (England Sevens)
Alex Cheesman (Oxford University)
Chris Cracknell (England Sevens)
Isoa Damudamu (British Army)
Ben Gollings (England Sevens)
Simon Hunt (Birmingham and Solihull)
Ollie Lindsay-Hague (Harlequins)*
Miles Mantella (Harlequins)
Dan Norton (Bristol Rugby)
Tom Powell (England Sevens)
James Rodwell (England Sevens)
Nick Royle (England Sevens)
Mathew Turner (England Sevens)
Christian Wade (London Wasps)

Commonwealth Games RugbySevens, October 11-12
Pool A: New Zealand, Scotland, Canada, Guyana
Pool B: South Africa, Wales, Tonga, India
Pool C: Samoa, Kenya, Uganda, Papua New Guinea
Pool D: England, Australia, Namibia, Sri Lanka

*Ollie Lindsay-Hague is recovering from injury and will join the training group when fit.


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