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Bristol Rugby announce young squad for Singha Sevens

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Bristol Rugby have confirmed their twelve-man squad for the 2016 Singha Premiership Rugby Sevens on Saturday (3pm start).

Academy Backs Coach Sean Marsden’s young side will face Bath, Exeter and Wasps at Sandy Park.

Auguy Slowik will skipper a team that includes Ryan Edwards, and fresh Academy arrivals Sam Jeffries and Jack Capon. Bristol Rugby supporters also get a first chance to see new Academy recruit Billy Searle in action.

Two sets of brothers could take the field in the hoops as Ezra and Elias Caven and Andy and Mike Uren are all included in the squad.

Hartpury duo Joe Dancer and Robbie Forbes link up with the squad, while Old Reds’ winger Henry Bird is also named.

Bristol Rugby Sevens squad to play at the Premiership Singha Sevens on Saturday, 23 July (3pm start):

1. Sam Jeffries
2. Jack Capon
3. Andy Uren
4. Ryan Edwards
5. Auguy Slowik (c)
6. Elias Caven
7. Joe Dancer
8. Billy Searle
9. Robbie Forbes
10. Ezra Caven
11. Henry Bird
12. Mike Uren

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