Chester-born Sale Sharks forward George Nott will be part of the England squad for the World Rugby Under-20s Championship.
The host nation face Italy, Scotland and Australia in Pool B and the squad will meet on May 22 for a week-long training camp in Newcastle under head coach Martin Haag.
Nott, 20, progressed through the ranks at Hare Lane before coming to the attention of Aviva Premiership side Sale Sharks.
He has made a couple of first-team appearances for Sale and returned to Chester in the 2015-16 season on dual-registration
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Nott featured for England in the Under-20s Six Nations earlier this year but the tournament proved a disappointment as a record of one win and four defeats from five games resulted in England finishing second bottom.
England have a strong record in the World Rugby Under-20s Championship having reached six finals in the last eight years.
Haag's squad includes several players with Premiership experience in the shape of Theo Brophy-Clews, Will Evans, Harry Mallinder, Joe Marchant, Ollie Thorley and Johnny Williams.
Haag, who was appointed earlier this year, says it will be important to build a bond and get the team to play with its own identity.
He said: "It’s about driving our own standards and our own identity and in that camp we need to set the tone for how we want to play.
"When we go on that training park we will be short and sharp and play with high intensity. We need to get the learning and education in so that we’re in good shape and also have the right environment heading into the tournament."
England face Italy on June 7 at the Manchester City Academy Stadium and then Scotland on 11 June, before playing Australia at the AJ Bell Stadium on June 15.