Team England: U14s and U15s enjoy Belgrade test - live streams, results, rosters

England’s U14s and U15s boys have drawn a close to their activity for 2021/22 with a trip to Serbia.

Continuing their development as part of the England Talent Pathway (ETP), both the girls and boys teams flew to Belgrade this week. 

The girls enjoyed plenty of success from their four-game stretch last weekend, winning three of the ties against local sides Vizura, Partizan Belgrade and Art Basket.

The boys enjoyed a big win over Cerak on day one, before two narrow defeats to Red Star and Partizan on the final day.

The four-day tours served as another excellent opportunity for players to continue their development at the international level, with a view to progressing along the ETP and towards a potential GB spot for future FIBA European Championships. 

All teams took part in a local excursion in and around Belgrade to enhance their own off-court development and learning. 

England results - Girls 

Sunday 22 May 

England U14s 57-42 Partizan Belgrade  
England U15s 62-50 Vizura

Monday 23 May 

England U14s 43-72 Vizura  
England U15s 69-39 Art

England results - Boys

Wednesday 25 May

England U14s 68-74 Vizura
England U15s 82-59 Cerak

Thursday 26 May

19:30 - England U14s 58-60 IBC
21:30 England U15s 62-67 Partizan Belgrade


England U14 Girls
2021/22 Club
Anna Idiata Mendez Team Solent Kestrels
Anya Williams  Manchester Mystics 
Athena Thompson Daventry Swifts
Chayana Collins-Foster RDF
Joelle Sealy London Thunder
Julien Mae Bacabag Ipswich
Kaiya Bateman-Nyathi Luton
Kara Bassil Ipswich
Kosisochi Anyanwu Bromsgrove Bears
Kyhanna Campbell  Nottingham Wildcats
Mischa Okada-Leroy GCA Haringey Angels
Neve Rugette Richmond Knights
Sonia Matei Manchester Mystics 
Talitha Crane Sheffield Hatters
Tia May City of Birmingham Rockets

Head coach - Steven Lindsey
Assistant coach - Lewis Scott
Team manager - Charlotte Redhead

S&C coach - Leila Benyahia
Physio - Jermain Franklyn

England U15 Girls
2021/22 Club
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
Hannah Lovatt Derby Trailblazers
Holly Ensoll Kingston Lions
Irene Oboavwoduo Manchester Mystics
Kamilah  Yakubu Bristol Academy Flyers 
Maisie Keyes Manchester Mystics 
Megan Verbeeten Sussex Storm
Nella Okoro Sheffield Hatters 
Tiarna Chambers-Desmond Derby Trailblazers 

Head coach - Maialen Zilbeti
Assistant coach - Charlie Haynes
Team manager - Laura Doherty

S&C coach - Leila Benyahia
Physio - Bob Bramah

England U14 Boys
2021/22 Club
Alfie Murrell  Harris Federation Knights
Dominic Goodwin Manchester Magic
Ephraim Ntumba n/a
Fulvio Dos Santos Baltic Stars
Jenson Green Baltic Stars
Jeremi Dutka London Warriors
Joy Ngala-Ndudi-Ndudi London Thunder
Kaya Birsen London Elite
Kelvin Aigbogun Manchester Giants
Matthew Daines Reading Rockets
Maxx Tjongondjoza Worthing Thunder
Myles Barry London Thunder
Terrell Lacey Team Birmingham Elite 
Tristan Curran Sussex Bears
Ziah Francis City Of Birmingham Rockets

Head coach - Sterling Muschett
Assistant coach - Seth Jones
Team manager - TBC

S&C coach - Dan Cruse
Physio - Javid Mirza

England U15 Boys
2021/22 Club
Amari Maitland-Mansour Harrow Falcons
Ancel-Gerard Torres Sussex Storm
Corey Hill Bristol Academy Flyers
David Hewitt Manchester Magic

Demi Babalola

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
Nathaniel Djanogly London Elite
Philippos Basioudis Coventry Tornadoes
Tejan Rugette  Richmond Knights

Head coach - Billy Beddow
Assistant coach - Jack O'Keeffe
Team manager - Chris James

S&C coach - Dan Cruse
Physio - Jethro Mendola-Byatt

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

"These trips are an excellent opportunity for our young players to gain further European exposure, continue their development and increase their confidence and self-belief.

"We are pleased with the continuing growth of the players within this year's programmes and we expect the Serbian activity to be the most challenging set of games to date.

"As always, the staff supporting this year's programme have been exceptional, making use of every learning opportunity to continue their own development as well."