England U14 squads top Tri-Nations tournament - stats, results, & gallery

England U14 squads won the boys and girls' competitions at the Tri-Nations tournament in Dundee.  

In the girls' standings, England 2 finished first, with England 1 as runners up and in the boys' England 2 remained undefeated to win their crown and Wales took second. 

On hand to present the medals was Scottish and British basketball legend Kieron Achara. 

Dan Petts and Ruth Eytle lead the boys and girls respectively, as the players continue their England Talent Programme development.

England schedules/results

Results will be updated below after each game

Saturday 27 June

Girls - Court 1
9:00: England 1 113-20  Wales
11:00: Scotland White 29-110 England 2
13:15: Scotland Blue 54-78 England 1
15:15: England 2 103-17 Wales
17:00: Scotland White 23-104 England 1

Boys - Court 2
9:00: England 1 50-53 Wales
11:00: Scotland White 19-70 England 2
13:15: Scotland Blue 71-85 England 1
15:15: England 2 83-60 Wales
17:00: Scotland White 44-96 England 1

Sunday 28 May

9:00: Scotland Blue 54-73 England 2
13:00: England 1 39-44 England 2

9:00: Scotland Blue 61-96 England 2
13:00: England 1 50-56 England 2

England game recaps

Day 2 

England 2 boys rode to their third victory of the tournament Sunday morning, with a 96-61 point victory over Scotland Blue boys, with London Thunder's Myles Barry balling out for 24 points.

England 2 girls also won their third straight game, beating Scotland Blue 73-54. Mojan Malek scored 26, including 10 field goals. 

To finalise the first and second places in the standings, England 2 girls beat their peers in England 1 44-39 to be crowned champions, with 2 in second, and in the boys', England 2 finished top of the pile, beating England 1 56-50, but with 1 losing to Wales on Saturday meant the Welsh finished runners up. 

In the girls' All-Star 5 from the tournament, England were represented by Katie Hancock and Malek, whilst Chayana Collins-Foster was named MVP. 

For the boys, David Akhidime and Joshua Mboura were named in the All-Star 5. 

Day 1

Focusing on the U14 girls first, split into two teams (England 1 and 2), they both faced their home-nation rivals with little trepidation.

England 1 put a ton on Wales in their 09:00 fixture and England 2 did the same against Scotland White at 11:00, top scorers in those games were Kyhanna Campbell (23 points) and Summer Wilson (26), respectively. 

England 1 faced their toughest match up of the tournament against Scotland Blue after lunch, but beat them comfortably 78-54, Sheffield Hatters' Katie Hancock had 20 in this game. England 2 followed up that victory with another 100 pointer against Wales.

In the last game, England 1 signed off with a 104-23 win over Scotland White - Tiana Walker top scored with 22. 

England 1 boys' opener against Wales was a spicy game, and Welsh grit and determination got the better of Petts lads, who were beaten 53-50. Wales' Gerard Canete scored 16 for the Red Dragons.  

Winning ways were quickly resumed, however, (and winning well), with England 2 beating Scotland White 100-27, and England 1 making amends for the Welsh fumble with a 85-71 dub over Scotland Blue. 

Manchester Magic's Camran Hanson scored 34 of the ton, and Joshua Mboura kept Scotland Blue at bay with his 22.

In the 15:15 fixture, England 2 faced the spirited Wales' boys side looking to make it 2-0 against the English, but powerhouse David Akhidime scored 24 to keep England winning. 

The last game of the day for England 1 ended with Mboura top scoring again (24) in a 96-44 win over Scotland White.



David Akhidime, Manchester Magic 
Joshua Allen, Kent Crusaders 
Dafe Awarota, Derby Trailblazers 
James Balleny, Cruz Academy   
Myles Barry, London Thunder 
Oliver Bishop, York Eagles
Luca Boothe, Manchester Magic   
Ege Cakmakkaya, Manchester Magic
Romero Della-Verde, York Knights
Ziah Francis, Aquila Basket Trento   
Camran Hanson, Manchester Magic  
Joshua Mboura, Kingston Wildcats  
Kimbe N'Gabala, Richmond Knights  
George Payne, Huish Taunton Tigers   
Ata Charles Refioglu, London Elite  
Rufus Wilkinson, Farnborough Phantoms 

Head Coach: Dan Petts  
Ast Coach: Scott Burchnall 
Ast Coach: Charles Vuong 
Team Manager: Wayne Brooks 
Physio: Javid Mirza 
S&C: Madeleine Westland 


Denaya Anderson, Team Wolverhampton SLAM!   
Kyhanna Campbell, Nottingham Wildcats  
Chayana Collins-Foster, Richmond Knights  
Precious Godwin, Richmond Knights   
Katie Hancock, Sheffield Hatters 
Elodie de Jonge, Sevenoaks Suns 
Ophelia Larder-Lee, Sheffield Hatters   
Hannah Ling, Bristol Metropolitan Academy  
Mojan Malek, Manchester Mystics   
Anna Safin, West London Gators 
Anya Scruton, Richmond Knights  
Joelle Sealy, London Thunder 
Tiana Walker, Manchester Mystics 
Anya Williams, Manchester Mystics  
Summer Wilson, Sussex Storm   
Ella Wright, Sheffield Hatters 

Head Coach: Ruth Eytle  
Ast Coach: Lewis Scott 
Ast Coach: Gemma Salmon 
Team Manager: Charlotte Redhead 
Physio: Chedell Cruickshank 
S&C: Lauren Adams