The youth basketball competition, held in the Menorcan town of Alaior, takes place from the 13-16 April and runs competitions for U12s through to U16s.
Alfie Murrell, Harris Federation Knights
Andrew Nwokolo, London Thunder
Dominic Goodwin, Manchester Magic
Fulvio Dos Santos, Baltic Stars
Jeremi Dutka, London Warriors
Joy Ngala-Ndudi-Ndudi, London Thunder
Kelvin Aigbogun, Manchester Giants
Myles Barry, London Thunder
Terrell Lacey, Team Birmingham Elite
Tristan Curran, Sussex Bears
Ziah Francis, City of Birmingham Rockets
Head Coach – Sterling Muschett
Amari Maitland-Mansour, Harrow Falcons
Ancel-Gerard Torres, Sussex Storm
Corey Hill, Bristol Academy Flyers
David Hewitt, Manchester Magic
Elijah Omar, Brixton Topcats
Ethan Round, Northamptonshire Titans
Henry Bugden, Sussex Bears
Isaac Spurrier, Plymouth
Kervy Mabaya-Muteba, Enfield Scorpions
Khyle Capanzana, London Lions
Milo Murray, Richmond Knights
Philippos Basioudis, Coventry Tornadoes
Head Coach – Jack O’Keeffe
Assistant Coach – Kelson Dickson
Anna Idiata Mendez, Team Solent Kestrels
Anya Williams, Manchester Mystics
Athena Thompson, Daventry Swifts
Chayana Collins-Foster, RDF
Holly Ensoll, Kingston Lions
Kaiya Bateman-Nyathi, Luton
Kamilah Yakubu, Bristol Academy Flyers
Mischa Okada-Leroy, GCA Haringey Angels
Neve Rugette, Richmond Knights
Sonia Matei, Manchester Mystics
Tia May, City of Birmingham Rockets
Tiarna Chambers-Desmond, Derby Trailblazers
Head Coach – Steven Lindsey
Assistant Coaches – Lewis Scott
Adaora Dioramma, GCA Haringey Angels
Alana Cheal, Sussex Storm
Alice Woodward, Nottingham Wildcats
Ayla Habbal, GCA Haringey Angels
Charley Woodman, Bristol Academy Flyers
Chloe Vella, London Elite
Deanna Carrington, Ipswich Basketball Club
Irene Oboavwoduo, Manchester Mystics
Maisie Keyes, Manchester Mystics
Megan Verbeeten, Sussex Storm
Nella Okoro, Sheffield Hatters
Ruby Donnelly, Norfolk Iceni Basketball Club
Head Coach – Maialen Zilbeti
Assistant Coach – Charlie Haynes
Players were selected to play for England after attending a three-day selection camp at the National Basketball Performance Centre in Manchester.
Run as part of the England Talent Programme, the camp put the next generation of English talent through a series of assessments, skills and drills stations, offensive and defensive set-ups, and games.
"Having had a very successful camp last week it is great to be travelling to the Torneig Ciutat D'Alaior De Baskequet Base (Alaior City Tournament) in Menorca with four England teams.
"The level of competition will be a real test of our preparation and performance, and will afford our coaches and players the opportunity to compete against high-level opposition. The England Talent Programme is very much about preparation and performance testing towards our GB Youth Teams participation in the European Championships. Being invited to this level of competition is a real step forward in our U14 and U15 development programmes."
Post-Menorca, selected players will represent England at events in Scotland and Serbia.
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