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He will be assisted by national academy coach Ian Peel as England, and Walshe cannot wait for the task ahead of him in France.
Walshe said: “It’s a massive honour to be in charge of the side for this summer’s competition, we have a talented group of hungry young players who performed very well during the Six Nations and we’ll be looking to continue that form in France.
“We have a tough pool and the focus is very much on that first game.”
England overcame an early defeat to Ireland to successfully defend their RBS 6 Nations title, thanks in part to an impressive final victory away to Wales.
At last year’s Junior World Championship England placed seventh in South Africa however and Peel is hoping to improve on that finish.
Peel added: “This is an exciting opportunity and a good chance to continue working with the best young players in the country.
“The Junior World Championship is a tough competition but we have a strong squad and I’m looking forward to getting out there.”