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Posted 18th April 2017, 14:16 in

England's U-17 EURO Squad Selected

The England squad has been named for the UEFA U-17 Championship finals which will take place next month.

Head coach John Griffiths has kept faith with the 18 players who got the Young Lionesses to the Czech Republic.

England open up against Republic of Ireland in Pribram on Tuesday 2 May, followed by Netherlands in Prestice on 5 May and Norway in Plzen three days later.

Euro schedule
v Republic of Ireland, Tuesday 2 May
v Netherlands, Friday 5 May
v Norway, Monday 8 May

The top two teams in the group will advance to the semi-finals.

England reached the eight-team finals by topping an elite qualifying round group that contained Italy, Poland and holders Germany.

Goalkeepers: Hannah Hampton (Birmingham City), Emily Ramsey (Manchester United).

Defenders: Meg Boydell (Liverpool), Shannon Cooke (Arsenal), Esme Morgan (Manchester City), Grace Neville (Millwall), Poppy Pattinson (Sunderland), Olivia Smith (Chelsea).

Midfielders: Beth O’Donnell (Manchester City), Aimee Palmer (Bristol City), Amy Rodgers (Liverpool) Emily Syme (Bristol City), Miri Taylor (Chelsea).

Forwards: Nicole Douglas (Chelsea), Jess Ngunga (Arsenal), Lauren Hemp (Bristol City), Ella Rutherford (Millwall), Gabby Ravenscroft (Oxford United).

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