Some of the top under 17 players in the Hurricanes region will meet in Wellington next month for the annual Hurricanes U17 coaching camp.
About 50 players were selected from the 2014 Hurricanes U16 tournament held in Hawke's Bay earlier this year, and will spend a day immersed in training at the Hurricanes' base in Newtown on December 14.
Each provincial union in the Hurricanes region will be well represented on Sunday, with a wide range of players selected from each province.
The players selected to attend are;
Kianu Symes, Jacob Devery, Xavier Hill, AJ Mua, Bronson Hokianga, Lincoln McClutchie, Hunta March, Danny Toala(Hastings Boys' High School), Tim Farrell, William Tremain, Bailyn Sullivan (Napier Boys' High School), Wairangi Parata, Chris Hicks (Lindisfarne College), Te Ahiwaru Cirikidevita (East Coast), Jake Quinn (Kapiti College), John Lomu (Waiopehu), Tevita Fehoko (Palmerston North Boys' High School), Jack Kinder, Brayden Iose (Fielding High School), Regan Sword (Hato Paora), Jarryd Broughton, Tyler Symon-Burke, Gabe Te Kani, Jacob Teneti, Austin Brown, Tame Curtis, Naera Tipoki, Nathan Rangihuna, Michael Tabudravu, Jordan Murray-Birch, Jason Kemp (Gisborne Boys' High School), Treigh Christie (Lytton High School), Jack Loader (Wairarapa Bush), Aneriueta Tufuga, Finn Yeats (Rathkeale College), Chris Breuer, Caleb Houltham (Wanganui High School), Harry Unsworth (Wanganui Collegiate), Xavier Numia, Lince Kelemete, Kevin Fauatea, Willie Sauea, Korvarn Togiatama (St Patrick's College Town), Lotunu'u Haueia, Connor Garden-Bachop (Scots College), Karl Brownlie, Elijah Nafatali, Malachai Unasa-Knox(Rongotai College), Naitoa Ah Koui (Wellington College), Esi Komosavai (Tawa College), Sam Hosking (Aotea College).