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Fri 6 Mar 2020 | 01:34

6N U20: Ireland in Pole Position

6N U20: Ireland in Pole Position
Fri 6 Mar 2020 | 01:34
6N U20: Ireland in Pole Position

Ireland, already assured of wearing the Triple Crown, are beat placed to win this year’s Under-20 Six Nations and are the only country which can win the Grand Slam.

Their big win over England and Wales’s surprise defeat of France have put Ireland in a strong position. Their immediate concern is the status of their match in Cork on Friday with Italy.

Log after Round 3

1. Ireland – 15 points
2. England – 9 points
3. France – 7 points
4. Scotland – 7 point
5. Italy – 6 point
6. Wales – 6 points

Results, Round 1

Ireland vs Scotland, 38-26 in Cork
Italy vs Wales, 17-7 in Colwyn Bay
England vs France, 29-24 in Grenoble

Results, Round 2

England vs Scotland, 21-17 in Edinburgh
Ireland vs Wales, 36-22 in Cork
France vs Italy, 31-19 in Aix-en-Provence

Results, Round 3

Ireland vs England, 39-21 in Northampton
Wales vs France, 14-11 in Colwyn Bay
Scotland vs Italy, 30-29 in Reggio Emillia

Round 4 Details

Ireland vs Italy at Irish Independent Park, Cork

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Referee: Shota Tevzadze (Georgia)
Assistant referees: Saba Abulashvili (Georgia), Irakli Tchanukvadze (Georgia)
Television match official: David Grashoff (England)
Assessor: Joël Jutge (France)
Citing commissioner: Denis Jones (Wales)

England vs Wales

Perhaps as a reward, Wales have changed only one for this match and that was a rotational swap of hookers between starting team and bench.

England changed four in the starting XV. In come Max Ojomoh, Rob Farrar, Cal Ford and Emmanuel Iyogun, and the captaincy passes to Connor Doherty. There are only two survivors on the bench – Harvey Beaton and Will Haydon-Wood.


England: 15 Freddie Steward, 14 Gabriel Hamer-Webb, 13 Connor Doherty (captain), 12 Max Ojomoh, 11 Tom Roebuck, 10 George Barton, 9 Sam Maunder, 8 Rusiate Tuima, 7 Richard Capstick, 6 Rob Farrar, 5 George Hammond, 4 Hugh Tizard, 3 Cal Ford, 2 Theo Dan, 1 Emmanuel Iyogun
Replacements: 16 Sam Riley, 17 Sam Crean, 18 Harvey Beaton, 19 Alex Groves, 20 Jack Clement, 21 , 22 Will Haydon-Wood, 23 Josh Gillespie

Wales: 15 Jacob Beetham, 14 Frankie Jones, 13 Bradley Roderick, 12 Aneurin Owen, 11 Mason Grady, 10 Sam Costelow, 9 Ellis Bevan, 8 Morgan Strong, 7 Jac Morgan (captain), 6 Ioan Davies, 5 Ben Carter, 4 James Fender, 3 Ben Warren, 2 Will Griffiths, 1 Theo Bevacqua
Replacements: 16 Dom Booth, 17 Callum Williams, 18 Archie Griffin, 19 Rhys Thomas, 20 Gwilym Bradley, 21 Dafydd Buckland, 22 Joe Hawkins, 23 Josh Thomas

Date: Friday, 6 March 2020
Kick-off: 19.45
Venue: Kingsholme, Gloucester
Expected weather conditions: Partly overcast with a high of 9°, dropping to -2°
Referee: Pierre-Baptiste Nuchy (France)
Assistant referees: Tual Trainini (France), Luc Ramos (France)
Television match official: Denis Grenouillet (France)
Timekeeper: Matthew Peters (England)

Scotland vs France at Netherdale Stadium, Galashiels

The only change Scotland have made is a starting-bench swap at scrumhalf. France, on the other hand, have changed most of their team.


Scotland: 15 Ollie Smith, 14 Rufus McLean, 13 Matthew Currie, 12 Robbie McCallum, 11 Jacob Henry, 10 Nathan Chamberlain, 9 Roan Frostwick, 8 Rory Darge (captain), 7 Connor Boyle, 6 Gregor Brown, 5 Cameron Henderson, 4 Kieran Watt, 3 Mak Wilson, 2 Ewan Ashman, 1 Thomas Lambert
Replacements: 16 Rory Jackson, 17 Alex Maxwell, 18 George Breese, 19 Jamie Campbell, 20 Jack Hill, 21 Kyle McGhie, 22 Cameron Scott, 23 Harry Paterson

France: 15 Erwan Dridi, 14 Nathanaël Hulleu, 13 Yoram Moefana, 12 Joris Moura, 11 Nathan Farissier, 10 Thibault Debaes, 9 Nolann Le Garrec, 8 Jordan Joseph, 7 Matthias Haddad-Victor, 6 Mickael Guillard, 5 Joshua Brennan (captain), 4 Gauthier Maravat, 3 Paul Mallez, 2 Guillaume Cramont, 1 Sacha Lotrian
Replacements: 16 Loris Zarantonello, 17 Aselo Ikahehegi, 18 Regis Montagne, 19 Theo William, 20 Lachaise, 21 Kevin Viallard, 22 Edgar Retière, 23 Romain Fusier

Date: Friday, 6 March 2020
Kick-off: 20.00
Venue: Newtherdale, Gal;ashiel;ds
Expected weather conditions: Partly cloudy with a high of 8°C, dropping to -2°C
Referee: Adam Jones (Wales)
Assistant referees: Aled Evans (Wales), Gareth John (Wales)
Assessor: Joël Jutge (France)

PV: 644

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