Owens impresses with club debut
Teen’s ‘great achievement’
actually came after him.”
Having started playing for Amersham & Chiltern at the age of five, Owens won honours galore with his local side and also played for the Royal Grammar School High Wycombe side, which won the National Cup a couple of years back.
He has also represented Bucks in age group rugby and is now being touted for international honours of a kind after recently being called up for the Welsh Academicals squad – the national side for Welsh university students.
Roger said: “We are proud of what Freddie achieved.
“It will be up to him if he has to choose between England or Wales, but his future is linked to Blackheath really.”
There could be another pretender to the throne, however. Freddie’s younger brother Rhodri, who has followed his sibling in playing for RGS High Wycombe and also turns out for Amersham & Chiltern U15s, is also being tipped for a fine future in the game. very has
HIGH HOPES: Freddie Owens in action for RGS High Wycombe