Ireland vs Wales Live: It is hoped that based on the award points awarded last week, the Irish youth team under 20 intends to improve all aspects of the game when they play an injured Welsh game in Cork tonight.
UEFA European Under-20 Championship: Friday, February 7. Independence Park, Ireland, Children U20 (No. 1) vs. Wales (No. 6) U20, 19.15 (Live RTÉ2 / www.rte.ie / player)
Team News: Head Coach Noel McNamara made two changes to the Under Ireland 20 team, sponsored by PricewaterhouseCoopers, to the Under 20 team in the Six Nations Irish Independence Park Championship against Wales in the second round.
Elster Winger Ben Moxham makes his debut at this age, replacing Ethan McIlroy, who was absent due to injury, and another change in the starting XV. Put Marcus Hanan in the front row.
Otherwise, McNamara will reward players who played well in Cork’s open victory over Scotland 38-26 last week, and David McCann from Ulster again from the back row began to lead the team.
Munster was named PwC candidate in six defeats from Scotland in the second half of Jack Crowley, and he hopes to stand out from midfield with Lewis Finley and Moxham joined Oran McNulty and Andrew Smith in an exciting last three.
Dan Kelly and Hayden Hyde continue their midfield partnership with Ben Murphy, Tim Corkery and the usual University of Dublin at Louis. · Luis Faria provides cover for the back bench.
Clane Hanan’s RFC product has a nasty name and works with Ulster prostitute Tom Stewart and deputy captain Thomas Clarkson, who has now become each of Ireland’s last 20 matches in six countries under the age of 20.
Thomas Ahern landed in Scotland at an amazing speed, while Brian Dini became the second pair, while Sean O’Brien and Mark Hull The difficult back row of Mark Hernan and McCann also remained the same.
Among the options available on the bench for McNamara, there are many excellence, including John Mackey, Harry Noonan and Charlie Ward), Forward Joe McCarthy and Sian Prendergast finished on the 23rd day of the game.
McNamara said: “Last Friday in Cork, we made positive progress, and now we started to participate in the tournament, and we look forward to improving this performance.
“This Friday night represents a new challenge for Wales. The players worked hard this week, they take themselves very seriously and are preparing for the game this week. “
“We are delighted to speak and speak to a supportive and enthusiastic family crowd in Irish Independence Park.”
Meanwhile, Wales head coach Gareth Williams made three changes to his starting XV, including the first reserve against Bristol Bears quarterback John Lloyd. Experience the Welsh U-20 fight.
Theo Bevacqua and Will Griffiths replaced Callum Williams and Don Booth with laid-back details and prostitutes respectively. This will be the first start for a former Griffiths Dragon rower who had previously won all twelve blocked hits as a substitute.
The Welsh U-20 team, under the command of Scarlet’s flank, Yak Morgan, seeks to rebound by defeating Italy with a 17–7 disappointment in the first round at Cowan Bay in Seoul last night.
U-20, Ireland: Millfield School / Galway Corinthians RFC / Connacht; Ben Moxham (Runn High School RFC / Ulster), Dan Kelly (Kirkman / Loughborough University) / IQ Rugby), Hayden Hyde (Craley / Ballynahinch RFC / Ulster School), Andrew Smith (St. Michael’s College / FC Clontarf / Leinster )), Jack Crowley (Bandon RFC / Constitution Cork) FC / Münster), Lewis Finlay (High School / Malone RFC / Ulster), Maran Hanan (Klein RFC / Old Belvedere RFC / Leinster), Tom Stewart (Royal Belfast Conservatory / Balina Hinch, RFC / Ulster), Thomas Clarkson (Blackstone College / University of Dublin / Lenster), Thomas Ahern (on the water) Paradise RFC / Shannon RFC / Munster), Wexford Wanderers RFC / Clontarf FC / Leinster), Sean O’B Ian (Blackrock College / UCD RFC / Leinster), Hernan Marc (Marc Hernan (St. Michael’s College / Lansdowne FC / Leinster), David McCann (David McCann) (RBAI / Bainbridge RFC / Ulster (captain).