Meanwhile, Ryan and Dan are part of the England U18 Regional Academies squad who face Australia High Schools at Hartpury on December 16th.
Australian Schoolboy tours have taken place on average every four years since 1973 and were previously used exclusively to test the national Schools' teams, however they are now arranged to give the professional academies of Ireland, Wales and England some tough competition against a highly skilled and well organised rugby side.
Matt Birch, Director of Sport at Hartpury College commented:
"It's fantastic that we have been chosen as one of the venues, not only to host the Australian Schools Team during their stay in the UK, but also for one of the Regional Academy games. Hartpury provides the Australian team with all the facilities they need in preparation for their games both on and off the training ground."
"I'm delighted that Hartpury will be hosting one of the regional academy games and even more so that a Hartpury and Gloucester Academy player has been named in the squad."
Tickets can be purchased for the match on the 16th December from the Hartpury College online shop at www.hartpury.ac.uk . Special packages are available for school groups and students.
Meanwhile, Gloucester's five representatives in England's Under 20 Elite Player Squad have managed to escape the freeze this week.
The quintet - Shaun Knight, Danny Wright, Jordi Pasqualin, Freddie Burns and Jonny May - are currently in Portugal on a training camp.