The tournament is the only time where all four nations – England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales – participate in one competition.
Over two-days the players will have the opportunity to showcase their talents ahead the FIBA European Championships, where Great Britain will compete at both U16 and U18.
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Ashley Kitchen, Reading Rockets
Benjamin Brown, Manchester Magic
Benjamin Michaels, Ipswich
Emmanuel Oyebadejo, Manchester Magic
Enoch Wangoy, Manchester Magic
Isaac Round, Reading Rockets
Jason Soodeen, Bristol Academy Flyers
Lane Campbell, Loughborough Riders
Matthew Goodwin, Manchester Magic
Michael Amako, Barking Abbey
Nedas Cholevinskas, Baltic Stars
Zamoku Weluche-Ume, Barking Abbey
Head Coach: Will Maynard
Assistant Coach: Louis Chamberlain
Team Manager: Damien Plummer
Charli Wroe, Manchester Mystics
Clementina Odom, BA London Lions
Fatmata Janneh, BA London Lions
Josephine Vourliotis, Manchester Mystics
Katie Januszewska, Loughborough Riders
Katie Cox, Richmond Knights
Leia Edwards, Sierra Canyon
Louisa Gibbins, Bristol Academy Flyers
Natalie Charity, Nottingham Wildcats
Olivia Forster, Ipswich
Tunmise (Oluwatunmise) Salu, Loughborough Riders
Saruna Gudza, Ipswich
Head Coach: Lauren Milligan
Assistant Coach: Siobhan Prior
Team Manager: Paula Charity
9am: Wales v Ireland (M)
9am: England v Scotland (W)
11am: Wales v Ireland (W)
1pm: Ireland v England (M)
3pm: Ireland v England (W)
5.30pm: Wales v Scotland (M)
8pm: Wales v Scotland (W)
9am: Ireland v Scotland (M)
11am: Ireland v Scotland (W)
1pm: England v Scotland (M)
3pm U14s 3x3
5.30pm: Wales v England (M)
8pm: Wales v England (W)
"It is an excellent opportunity for English players to test their mettle against Irish, Scottish and Welsh talent.
“These competitions provide our young players with the experience and opportunity to play competitive games within the British Isles, creating rivalries and developing life skills with their peers and teammates. Players will learn vital lessons about dealing with pressure and team spirit."
After a short hiatus since the last youth home nations tournament took place, the competition was brought back by the GB Youth Age performance group with a new age group added and Ireland welcomed in some age groups.
“Basketball Wales is pleased to be hosting the U18 Four Nations tournament,”
“We’re looking forward to welcoming players, coaches, and supporters to the Welsh capital and to the Archers Arena at Cardiff Metropolitan University.
“Now that Wales’ U16 and U18 entries into the FIBA European Championships have finished following the 2012 agreement, these competitions will be the annual focus for our national performance squads.”
As well as the Cardiff events for U18s, U14 and U16 boys’ and girls’ tournaments will be held in Dundee and hosted by basketballscotland in May.
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