Commonwealth Games Wales


38 young athletes are representing Team Wales in the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games in the Bahamas.

Nominations were made by the national governing bodies responsible for each of the six sports in which Wales will compete at the Games held betwewn 18-23 July – namely swimming, athletics, boxing, judo, tennis and women's rugby 7s.

A squad of 12 has been chosen to play for Wales in the women's rugby 7s tournament. They will be attending the Games alongside the following individuals competing in the other five sports:


Bethany Moule (16, Neath Port Talbot)

James Tomlinson (17, Pembrokeshire)

Lauren Evans (16, Cardiff)

Naomi Reid (16, Rhondda Cynon Taf)

Sarah Omoregie (17, Cardiff)


Jacob Lovell (17, Cardiff)

James Probert (16, Pembrokeshire)

Jay Munn (18, Cardiff)

John Wilson (17, Conwy)

Rhys Edwards (17, Cardiff)

Sammy Lee (18, Cardiff)


Callum Bennett (14, Carmarthenshire)

Ffion Robinson (14, Carmarthenshire)

Sam Ashton (17, Rhondda Cynon Taf)


Connor Bryan (16, Oxfordshire)

Elena Morgan (14, Flintshire)

Hannah Sloan (16, Vale of Glamorgan)

Iestyn Cole (17, Carmarthenshire)

Ioan Evans (15, Bridgend)

Joseph Small (16, Shropshire)

Lewis Fraser (16, Swansea)

Medi Harris (14, Gwynedd)

Megan Allison (15, Monmouthshire)

Rebecca Sutton (16, Bridgend)


James Story (16, Cardiff)

Morgan Cross (15, Flintshire)