Prince Henry's old boy Jack Walker will captain England U20s in their Six Nations opener against Scotland tomorrow as they start the defence of their title at Broadwood Stadium, Glasgow.

Walker leads out England for the first time hoping to follow in the footsteps of his brother Chris, who led the age group side to victory in 2012 when they retained the Championship.

Hooker Walker, who plays for Yorkshire Carnegie, was involved in last year’s 26-11 victory over Scotland at Mowden Park. Walker is the son of the late former Keighley Cougars player Johnny Walker, who also gave great service to North Ribblesdale and Otley rugby union clubs.

News of his appointment came on the same day that two more Prince Henry's old boys, Danny Care and Paul Hill, were named in England's line-up for Saturday's Calcutta Cup clash with Scotland at Murrayfield.