A total of 50 players have been selected to attend the 2020 New Zealand Barbarians Junior Crusaders Camp next week.

Alongside New Zealand Barbarians and New Zealand Rugby, the Crusaders notified players of their inclusion in the three-day camp to be held from 28th-30th September at Christchurch Park in Mairehau.

For the first time, six female players will also take part in the camp, which focuses on the 6 Pillars of Player Development: technical, tactical, physical, nutrition, mental skills, and personal development. The camp is delivered by Crusaders and Crusaders Academy staff, as well as local volunteer coaches, and current players.

Crusaders Academy Manager, Aaron Webb said: "We have a full schedule planned over the course of three days, with an equal focus on off-field and on-field development. We're fortunate to have a great group of Crusaders and Academy staff, coaches and players involved, who will provide these young players with invaluable information and advice.

"This camp is always an enjoyable part of our calendar, and we hope these 50 players will get the most out of it, not just in terms of their rugby development but their personal development as well," Webb said.

In total, 13 schools from within the Crusaders region are represented, while Atlanta Lolohea (Christchurch) and Alisi Seigafo (Wanderers) have both been selected from their clubs.

Following the camp, a squad of 25 players will be selected to take on the Highlanders Under 18 side on Friday 2nd October, in Timaru.



Male players selected for the 2020 New Zealand Barbarians Junior Crusaders Camp:

Monu Moli (Marlborough Boys' College)
Emmanuel Fruean (Shirley Boys' High School)
Charlee Barrett (Rangiora High Schoo)l
Mini Toga (St Andrew’s College)
James Mullan (Rangiora High School)
Zach Landon-Lane (Christchurch Boys' High School)
Te Ariki Peipi (Marlborough Boys' College)
Harris McRobbie (Rangiora High School)
Junior Fafita (Christchurch Boys' High School)
Richie Tupuailei (St Thomas of Canterbury College)
Jayden Horgan (Shirley Boys' High School)
Jamie Hannah (Christchurch Boys' High School)
Fabian Holland (Christchurch Boys' High School)
Tahlor Cahill (Shirley Boys' High School)
Alexander Yallop (Christchurch Boys' High School)
Manase Taufa (Marlborough Boys' College)
Torian Barnes (St Andrew’s College)
Kieran Charlton (St Thomas of Canterbury College)
Kole Harmer (St Thomas of Canterbury College)
Jamie Carr (St Andrew’s College)
William MacKenzie (Marlborough Boys' College)
George Methven (St Bede’s College)
Viliami Napa’a (Marlborough Boys' College)
Will Stodart (St Andrew’s College)
Sam Scott (Ellesmere College)
Joel Parry (St Andrew’s College)
Bailey Moody (Christchurch Boys' High School)
Ryan McLeod (Marlborough Boys' College)
Sam Nicholls (Shirley Boys' High School)
Mason Allison (St Bede’s College)
Jack Harding (St Andrew’s College)
Jack Parker ( Crusaders Academy)
Malele Uili (Shirley Boys' High School)
Isileli Saumaki (St Andrew’s College)
Macca Springer (Waimea College)
Ethan Faitaua (Shirley Boys' High School)
Callum Simpson (Christchurch Boys' High School)
Hugh Cameron (Timaru Boys' High School)
Ollie Curtis (Christchurch Boys' High School)
Felix Fa’atili (St Thomas of Canterbury College)
Hugh Montgomery (St Andrew’s College)
Jack Sandford (Christchurch Boys' High School)
Isaac Hutchinson (St Bede's College)
Tama Nicholas (Rangiora High School)


Female players selected for the 2020 New Zealand Barbarians Junior Crusaders Camp:

Jorja Miller (Christchurch Girls' High School)
Atlanta Lolohea (Christchurch Rugby Football Club)
Hannah King (Darfield High School)
Avau Filimaua (Hillmorton High School)
Jessica Harvie (Waimea College)
Alisi Seigafo (Wanderers Rugby Football Club)


NOTE: Players from Nelson College and Christ's College were not available for selection, as they are involved in the 150th Quadrangular Tournament in Nelson.