Gloucester Rugby's Paul Doran-Jones and Luke Narraway are amongst a number of players added to the England Saxons EPS.
Players called up as injury cover or replacing a player called into the Senior England EPS;
David Flatman (Bath Rugby), Paul Doran-Jones (Gloucester Rugby), Tom Mercey (Saracens), Geoff Parling (Leicester Tigers), Tom Wood (Worcester Warriors), Luke Narraway (Gloucester Rugby), Miles Benjamin (Worcester Warriors), Noah Cato (Saracens), Alex Goode (Saracens)
The aforementioned players are providing replacement cover for:
Alex Corbisiero (London Irish), Matt Mullan (Worcester Warriors), Dan Cole (Leicester Tigers), Nick Kennedy (London Irish), Dan Ward-Smith (London Wasps), Chris Robshaw (Harlequins), Paul Sackey (London Wasps), Chris Ashton (Northampton Saints), Olly Morgan (Gloucester Rugby)
England Saxons play Ireland 'A' on Sunday January 31st at Bath Rugby's Recreation Ground. Kick off 2.00pm.
Tickets are available priced £15 for adults and £7 for juniors by calling 0844 448 1865 or contacting www.bathrugby.com
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