BATH RUGBY: Adam ready to pack down for U20s

Wiltshire Times: Adam Jamieson, pictured in action for Bath United earlier this season Adam Jamieson, pictured in action for Bath United earlier this season

NESTON teenager Adam Jamieson is poised for his England U20 debut in France tonight.

The 19-year-old tighthead prop has been named on the bench for the reigning champions’ opener at the Stade Leo Lagrange in Draguignan, a week after helping England Students to a 30-16 win over the full Portuguese national side.

The Bath Academy youngster was a member of the Bath United squad that lifted the Aviva A League title late last year and also featured against his idol – former Bath and now-Saracens prop Matt Stevens – while on loan with Welsh region the Scarlets in the LV= Cup in November.

Ex-Corsham School pupil, Jamieson, who coaches Corsham’s U16s, is a student at the University of Bath and lives in Neston with mum Julie, brother Ben and dad Kev, who said: “His goal is to play for Bath and it’s a great step for him to get into the England U20s team –  we are all extremely proud of his achievements.”

Jamieson is one of four Bath players included in England’s squad tonight.

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