A fourth Welsh yellow
Lewis Lloyd goes to the bin for that tackle.
Lewis Lloyd goes to the bin for that tackle.
Dan King kicks the penalty wide, but who cares!
The ref blows for full time, and Scotland U20 have a first win since March 2020!
WELL IN SCOTLAND!
Scotland are awarded a penalty here as Duncan Munn is tip-tackled.
The clock is stopped with 10 seconds remaining as we check this tackle, the TMO is having a look…
Scotland kick the penalty to touch, and then maul Wales 20 metres up the park before winning another penalty.
They’ve kicked it to Wales’ 22.
King hits the post, but regathers! Scotland are in Wales’ 22 with seconds left…
Wales are awarded a penalty on the left, and kick it 10 metres from our line.
THIS IS BIG.
Scotland win another penalty in the 22, and King is going for the sticks again.
The wind did it’s best to blow the ball outside the posts, but King’s penalty goes through and we lead once more!
Wales look to have scored in the corner, but the referee calls a double movement and Scotland get the penalty instead.
THIS IS TENSE!
The wind is causing havoc here, and Afsar’s clearance kick from inside our 22 is taken out earlier than he would have liked.
The ball stays in play for a while for once, with both sides breaking forward.
That’s ended when the referee blows for a Welsh penalty just inside their half.
Wales’ kick off goes dead, and we’ll have a scrum in the centre.
Scotland are then awarded a free kick at the scrum, and opt to pack down again.
Dan King kicks Scotland into the Wales 22.
However, there’s a knock on at the lineout and Wales will have the put-in at the scrum.
A penalty five metres out for Scotland, and Dan King will kick for the posts…
Scotland are offside as they attempt to exit from the kick off, and Dan Edwards takes the three.
Ben Evans comes off, and on comes Logan Jarvie.
Wales attack up the right, but Liam McConnell shows excellent pace to make a tackle and Ben Evans gathers the attempted offload.
Ben Afshar then clears as far as our 22.
Alongside the try, the referee also gave a yellow card to Morgan Morse.
Wales’ second sin bin period ended at the same time, so they currently have 14 on the pitch.
Wales win the lineout and work the ball left, and Oli Andrew cuts inside and reaches out to the line.
The conversion puts Wales in front.
Johnny Rutherford comes on for Sam Derrick, and makes a thunderous carry in his first action.
It was McConnell himself who got over the line, but the referee deems that Scotland have been held up once more.
Craig Davidson and Corey Tait come off, and are replaced by Jerry Blyth-Lafferty and Robbie Deans.
Scotland drive a maul to the line, it goes down and the referee awards Scotland the seven points!
A good scrum from Scotland, but Morgan Morse takes the ball at the back and reaches the line.
The conversion from Dan Edwards brings the Welsh within one.
Wales get the second half underway.
COME ON SCOTLAND!
Scotland concede a penalty, and Wales kick to the left corner.
Liam McConnell thinks Scotland have scored here!
We’re going to the TMO…
Wales get up to the line, but Scotland grab the ball back and ground it over their own line.
We’ll have a Welsh scrum 5m out.
Ben Afshar’s brilliant penalty was the last score of the half.
The scrum half kicked it half way back along the M8 to BT Murrayfield, and it sailed through the posts on its way.
Unfortunately, Huw Davies has had to come off with that injury. He’ll be replaced by Owain Evans.
Davies came off on the stretcher, but did give the thumbs up to his teammates before he went.
There hasn’t been many long passages of play, but Scotland have defended well when they needed to and kept a clean sheet in the first 40.
Frustrating not to bag a second try on half time, but Duncan Munn and the team take an eight-point lead into the second half.
A frustrating end to the half that. Ogunlaja is held up over the line after a good spell for us.
However, Scotland lead by eight at the break!
There has been a lot of penalties. This time, Archie Hughes sees yellow for Wales, and Scotland kick to the 22.
Wales concede a penalty 5m out, and Dylan Kelleher-Griffiths sees yellow.
A penalty for Scotland on the 10m line, and Ben Afshar is going to have a crack here.
AND IT’S GOOD! Plenty of power behind that, it goes through the sticks and clears the stand!
We have an injury break here, so let’s look back at the only try of the game.
It was Rudi Brown who dotted down from a maul, to the delight of his teammates.
Scotland have a very kickable penalty here, inside the 22.
However, Wales have an injury so we’ll have to wait to see what they decide to do.
We’ve had an abundance of penalties so far, and the game hasn’t flowed.
This time it’s Wales who win the penalty, at a scrum on Scotland’s 10m line, and they kick into Scotland’s 22.
Wales can’t win the lineout, and Scotland ship it out to Ben Evans on the left, who hacks forward.
Wales clear and Scotland have the lineout just inside their opponent’s half.
Wales set up the attacking platform by kicking a penalty into Scotland’s half.
There’s been a few penalties on both sides in this opening quarter.
Scotland win the ball back and Simpson breaks up the pitch. We soon win the penalty and it’s kick out around 15 metres out.
The lineout malfunctions and Wales attack, but Scotland hold up the ball carrier and create a maul. The ball is deemed unplayable, and we win the scrum just inside our own 10m line.
Scotland kick the penalty to the corner, and from the maul Rudi Brown grounds the ball!
Richie Simpson’s conversion goes wide, his first miss in 28 kicks for Ayrshire Bulls and Scotland U20.
Wales win a penalty and kick into the 22, but Scotland then win a penalty of their own at the maul to clear.
Norrie has come off, and Moby Ogunlaja comes on.
Wales keep the ball well and build the phases, but Corey Tait latches on to the ball at the breakdown and wins us the ball back.
A loose pass from Wales is put under more pressure by Kerr Yule’s big tackle, and Scotland win the pen at the breakdown!
A loose Welsh lineout is gathered by Corey Tait, who gallops into the 22.
Scotland are then awarded a penalty 25 metres out for not rolling away, but we’ll have a break in play as Callum Norrie gets some treatment.
After promising early possession, Scotland cough up the ball and are then penalised at the breakdown.
Wales kick to the corner…
An excellent driving maul wins Scotland another penalty, which is kicked to the corner.
This time, the driving maul is pushed into touch. Wales collect the ball and clear it, and from the resulting lineout Scotland knock it on. Wales will have a scrum halfway between their 22 and 10m lines.
Kenny Murray’s side have headed back into the changing rooms. They’ll be back out and ready to go momentarily.
That was a PASSIONATE rendition of Flower of Scotland in Glasgow.
We’re ready to go. Come on Scotland!
The sides flurry out on to the pitch. It’s time for the anthems!
Scotland kick off!
A reminder of your Scotland U20 team for tonight.
Less than 20 to go!
A warm welcome from Scotstoun Stadium, where your Scotland U20 team to face Wales U20 are getting ready.
Scotland U20 got their Under-20 Six Nations campaign underway with a narrow defeat to England U20. Tries from Harris McLeod, Rudi Brown and Liam McConnell and 21 points from the boot of Rocketman Richie Simpson kept Scotland in the contest, but it finished 41-36 to the home side at Twickenham Stoop.
Kick-off 7:15 pm