It’s all over here at Scotstoun.
It’s all over here at Scotstoun.
It’s a try on the left for Telfer.
Cawley gets to a loose ball first and scores.
Jonny Morris has come back on for Rudi Brown.
Ireland look to have scored another, but we’re checking for a foot in touch in the build up.
And it’s been chalked off.
It’s a try for Sheahan on the left side.
Jake Parkinson has been red carded for a high tackle.
Duncan Munn has also gone off injured, and with no more substitutes available, Scotland are down to 13.
It’s a hat-trick for Quinn.
Corey Tait and Craig Davidson come off for Elliot Young and Max Surry.
Ireland come again, but Robbie Deans and Ruaraidh Hart cause a knock on in the tackle.
Off come Harris McLeod and Dan King, for Ruaraidh Hart and Andy McLean.
Ireland have had plenty of ball in the last few minutes, but Duncan Munn wins a crucial turnover on his own 5m line!
Scotland get the penalty and clear.
A first score of the half for Ireland through Mangan.
Moby Ogunlaja and Logan Jarvie go off, and Robbie Deans and Ben Salmon come on.
A good period of play from Scotland, but the ball is lost in the breakdown.
Ireland kick, but their chasers are offside, and Scotland kick the resulting penalty to the 5m line.
Scotland are on the board!
After the maul doesn’t get there, a good carry from Luke Townsend gets Scotland in behind, and Corey Tait reacts quickly and goes over under the posts.
Townsend converts, his first points for Scotland U20.
Scotland win a penalty from some solid counter rucking, and the ball is kicked to Ireland’s 22.
However, the throw in isn’t straight, so Ireland will put into the scrum.
Ireland get us back underway.
A half time change for Scotland, as Jonny Morris comes on to replace Sam Derrick.
The half comes to an end.
With the last play of the half, McNabney goes over on the left.
Another penalty for Scotland, and we kick into Ireland’s 22.
A forced change for Scotland, as Finlay Burgess goes down injured.
Charlie Clare will take his place.
Scotland are pinged for offside at kick off, but Ireland are then penalised themselves at a ruck.
Scotland kick to halfway.
That was better from Scotland.
We make some dents in the Irish defence, and win a penalty which is kicked into Ireland’s 22.
It’s a second for Quinn, who scores on the left.
Devine splits the defence, and puts Gunne under the sticks.
Scotland put two phases together, but the jackaler wins the breakdown penalty and Ireland kick to touch.
Ireland win a penalty for offside and clear to halfway, but the lineout isn’t straight and Scotland will have the scrum.
Ireland win the penalty at the scrum, and a quick tap leads to a try for Quinn.
Scotland put Ireland under pressure, and that looked like a good turnover from Liam McConnell.
However, the referee judges he was off his feet.
Again, Ireland’s clearance kick leads to a knock on, this time from Duncan Munn.
Ireland will feed the scrum just inside Scotland’s half.
Ireland attack again, but good pressure at the ruck leads to a knock on from Gunne. Scotland will scrum down five metres from their line.
This time the maul works for Ireland, and Gus McCarthy goes over.
Scotland defend the maul brilliantly, and will put in to the scrum.
Scotland kick clear and their defence looks solid, but an offside is given in midfield and Ireland kick to the corner.
Scotland attack well through Kerr Yule, but the ball is lost and Ireland kick clear.
The kick is dropped by Dan King, and Ireland will put into the scrum.
Scotland have a lineout at halfway, but are pinged for crossing as they set up a maul. Ireland kick to the edge of our 22.
Ireland have a second, as Barrett drives over from short range.
Ireland win a scrum penalty, and kick it out about 10 metres from the try line.
COME ON SCOTLAND!
Ireland have penalty advantage, and a grubber through is gathered by Cooney. Osborne then scores in the right corner. Conversion is good.
Having headed back into the sheds, the teams now re-emerge at a loud Scotstoun!
Time for the national anthems.
Formalities concluded, it’s time for some rugby!
Dan King will get us underway at Scotstoun.
It may be baltic in Glasgow, but that hasn’t stopped the fans heading to Scotstoun!
The Scotland U20 team have arrived, and the warmups have begun as the sun sets over Glasgow.
Co-Captain Liam McConnell and his teammates are entering the final stages of their warmup.
There’s a debut for Luke Townsend, as well as first starts for Logan Jarvie and Geordie Gwynn.
There’s also potential debuts off the bench for Elliot Young, Ben Salmon and Andy McLean.
Hello from a cold Scotstoun Stadium, where Scotland U20 will look to get back to winning ways against Ireland U20.
Stay here for live updates from Scotland U20’s penultimate 2023 Under-20 Six Nations encounter.
80:00 Second Half End
40:00 First Half End
Kick-off 7:15 pm