Four Nations: England U16 teams face Scotland, Ireland & Wales - schedule, rosters, live stream info

The England U16 teams take part in the Four Nations tournament at the Regional Performance Centre, Dundee on 7 and 8 May 

The tournament is the only time when all four nations – England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales – participate in one competition.   

Karen Burton will lead the U16 England Girls squad, with Billy Beddow the U16 Boys head coach. 

Over two days the players will have the opportunity to showcase their talents ahead this summer’s FIBA European Championships, where Great Britain will compete at both U16 and U18. 

The games will be livestreamed on the Basketball Scotland Facebook page. Follow the action on the Basketball England Instagram, Facebook and Twitter channels. 

The Dundee showdown follows the U18s event in Cardiff last month, when England’s men and women had a clean sweep of wins. 

England schedule 

Saturday 7 May 

11:00: ENGLAND GIRLS vs Ireland 
13:30: ENGLAND BOYS vs Ireland 
16:00: ENGLAND GIRLS vs Scotland
18:30: ENGLAND BOYS vs Scotland

Sunday 8 May 2022 

09:30: ENGLAND GIRLS vs Wales
12:00: ENGLAND BOYS vs Wales
14:00: Presentations 


England U16 Girls  

Alice Woodward, Nottingham Wildcats 
Alleke Allum, Sevenoaks Suns 
Ayla Habbal, GCA Haringey Angels 
Debra Wilson-Osuide, London Lions 
Elizandra Costa, Manchester Mystics 
Ella Ryan, Hatfield Fliers   
Esther Kursite-Kobri, Richmond Knights 
Felicia Jacobs-Abiola, GCA Haringey Angels 
Irene Oboavwoduo, Manchester Mystics 
Katie Cox, Richmond Knights 
Megan Verbeeten, Sussex Storm 
Nella Okoro, Sheffield Hatters   

Head coach: Karen Burton 
Assistant coach: Annie Scanlon 
Team manager: Charlotte Redhead 

England U16 Boys 

Derelle Desire, London Greenhouse Pioneers 
Elijah Omar, Brixton Topcats 
Ethan Conway, Richmond Knights 
Harry Godwin, Richmond Knights 
Jacob Marschall, Cambridge Cats 
Jamie Bernard, Sheffield Sharks   
Joshua Johnson-Thompson, Brentwood Fire 
Luca Lara-Sanchez, Manchester Magic 
Moziah King-Danchie, London Legends
Robbie Wild, Manchester Magic 
Shawn Jamison Jr, Stoke-on-Trent Knights 
Timothy Oboh, Kent Crusaders 

Head coach: Billy Beddow 
Assistant coach: Lucio Semedo 
Team manager: Chris James

Steve Bucknall, BE’s Head of Talent and Performance Steve Bucknall, said: 

"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."