Seven Munster players named in Irish U-20 squad for Grand Slam decider

With the Six Nations U-20 Championship already secured, Irish coach Noel McNamara has named his team to face Wales in their final game.

McNamara’s men are bidding to win Ireland’s second ever Grand Slam at this level and seven Munster players will be helping to emulate the 2007 team.

Jake Flannery, Sean French, Jonathan Wren, Craig Casey, John Hodnett and Josh Wycherley have all been named to start the game, while Ben Healy is on the bench.

https://twitter.com/IrishRugby/status/1105863205157511169

Kick off at Parc Eirias in Colwyn Bay tomorrow night is at 7:05pm and the game is live on RTÉ2.


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