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The Newport Gwent Dragons, who announced yesterday Kingsley Jones has been promoted from assistant to a new head coach role with Lyn Jones still director of rugby will face Stade Francais, Newcastle Falcons and a second FIRA-AER qualifier.
Wales qualified for the FIRA-AER tournament's Elite Group by beating Italy 26-12 last month and learned this week that they will face England in their semi-final which takes place in Auch on Sunday, April 17 (5pm).
"I've been doing that now for the last three weeks and on the back of that I have been picked for the Wales squad for the FIRA-AER Sevens Grand Prix in Romania this weekend.
Meanwhile, Falcons fly-half Joel Hodgson is in line for his England Sevens debut after being named in the squad for the FIRA-AER European Championship Grand Prix series.
TEAM WALES U-18 FRANCE U-18 15 6 WALES Under-18s turned the tables on their French counterparts to finish third in the FIRA-AER Under-18 tournament.
The younger players will still be eligible to participate in the FIRA-AER tournament in France at Easter, and for a proposed tour to South Africa in August.
The Berwick teenager captained Sedbergh School as well as helping his national team to the FIRA-AER European Championship title in Madrid, and has signed a three-year professional contract with the Falcons after appearing for Tynedale in recent weeks in National One.
WALES U18 take on England at Auch tomorrow (5pm) in the Elite Group of the FIRA-AER U18 tournament.
Right wing Joseph Gatt and scrum half John Caruana Diamond were members of the Malta side in Pool C of the FIRA-AER Championship's Division B.
LEADING ROLE FOR HUNTER NEWCASTLE'S Sarah Hunter captains England women's team next month when they defend their FIRA-AER European Championship title in Italy.
WALES went out at the quarter-final stage of the IRB/ FIRA-AER Junior World Cup against a vibrant French side at Versailles yesterday.
Newcastle Falcons pair Scott Wilson and Zach Kibirige helped England Under-18s to win the FIRA-AER European Championships, beating Ireland 25-13 in the final in Madrid.