London Scottish number eight Mark Bright has been picked for England's Commonwealth Games rugby sevens squad at the age of 35.
Coach Simon Amor has stuck with the centrally-contracted squad that came fourth in the World Sevens Series.
The 12-man squad will be captained by Tom Mitchell and features Dan Norton, who is fifth on the all-time list of World Sevens Series try scorers.
Marcus Watson, older brother of Bath winger Anthony, also makes the cut.
|Matches consist of two halves of sevens minutes, played on a full-size rugby pitch.||It has been played at the last four Commonwealth Games, with New Zealand winning gold each time.|
|Teams have three forwards and four backs, plus five replacements.||England's best performance was a silver medal at Melbourne in 2006.|
The squad includes eight players who will make their Commonwealth Games debuts in Glasgow.
Rugby sevens takes place at Ibrox Stadium on 26 and 27 July.
England Sevens squad: Dan Bibby, John Brake, Mark Bright, Phil Burgess, Michael Ellery, Charlie Hayter, Christian Lewis-Pratt, Tom Mitchell, Dan Norton, Tom Powell, James Rodwell, Marcus Watson.