Scotland U20 v Ireland U20 | Match Report

Scotland U20 v Ireland U20 | Match Report

It was a hard night at Scotstoun for Scotland U20.

The first try of the evening came for the Irish team for Andrew Osborne after wide passing out to the right wing.

After some dominating attack from the men in green, a pile over the whitewash got Barrett another five points.

Another try came shortly after for the visitors by hooker Gus McCarthy who once again piled over the line in a maul.

A scrum in Scotland’s favour ended in a penalty for the Irish, allowing the visitors to dive over the line once again through Quinn.

A break from John Devine soon brought Ireland back up the pitch and a quick pass over to Fintan Gunne got him under the sticks.

The sixth try for the Irish came in the form of a second for Quinn, and on half time McNabney grabbed their seventh.

Half time: Scotland U20 0-47 Ireland U20

Scotland grabbed one back just after half time through Corey Tait. Luke Townsend kicked right through the sticks and added the extras.

But Diarmuid Mangan spotted the space and was over the line for Ireland for a quick response.

Quinn then grabbed his hat-trick, and things got even worse for Scotland when Jake Parkinson was shown a red card for a high tackle.

Sheahan was next to cross the line for Ireland from a driving maul on the left.

Telfer soon went over wide on the left after a looping pass to him

And Ireland had time for one more through Cawley, who got to a loose ball first and scored under the posts.


Full time: Scotland U20 7-82 Ireland U20


Scotland: 15. Dan King; 14. Logan Jarvie, 13. Duncan Munn, 12. Kerr Yule, 11. Geordie Gwynn; 10. Luke Townsend, 9. Finlay Burgess; 1. Craig Davidson, 2. Corey Tait, 3. Moby Ogunlaja, 4. Jake Parkinson, 5. Harris McLeod, 6. Liam McConnell (CC), 7. Rudi Brown, 8. Jonny Morris. Substitutes: 16 Elliot Young, 17. Max Surry, 18. Robbie Deans, 19. Ruaraidh Hart, 20. Sam Derrick, 21. Charlie Clare, 22. Ben Salmon, 23. Andy McLean

Ireland: 15. Henry McErlean; 14. Andrew Osborne, 13. Hugh Cooney, 12. John Devine, 11 Hugh Gavin; 10. Sam Prendergast, 9. Fintan Gunne; 1. George Hadden, 2. Gus McCarthy, 3 Fiachna Barrett, 4. Evan O’Connell, 5. Conor O’Tighearnaigh, 6. James McNabney, 7. Ruadhán Quinn, 8. Brian Gleeson. Substitutes: 16. Danny Sheahan, 17. George Morris, 18. Paddy McCarthy, 19. Diarmuid Mangan, 20. Liam Molony, 21. Oscar Cawley, 22. Matthew Lynch, 23. Rory Telfer.



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