Munster Development secured a 15-10 victory over the Irish U20 side last weekend in Thomond Park as the Ireland squad step up their preparations for the World Rugby U20 Championship taking place in Georgia this June. There was a wealth of talent from Munster on display.
Check out the highlights below. Video courtesy of Munster Rugby.
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Munster Development: Tom McHale (Young Munster); Peadar Collins (Garryowen), Sam Arnold Capt. – O’Connor 72, Dave McCarthy (Garryowen), Jack Harrington (Young Munster) – O’Connell 52; Alan Tyan (Young Munster), Jack Lyons (Young Munster) – Stafford 47; Liam O’Connor – Barron 63, Adam Moloney (Shannon) – Duggan 49, James Kendrick (UCC) – Skehan 54; Sean O’Connor, James Ryan – O’Byrne 58; Mikey Wilson (Garryowen) – Ryan 61, Ross O’Neill (Cork Con) – O’Flynn 70, Bailey Faloon (Garryowen).
Replacements from: Diarmuid Barron (Garryowen), Jordan Duggan (Naas), Colm Skehan (Young Munster), Barra O’Byrne (Garryowen), Conor O’Fynn (UCD), Tom Ryan (Trinity), Jack Stafford (Shannon), James O’Connor (Young Munster), Liam O’Connell (Cork Con).
Ireland U20 (Munster representatives in bold): Colm Hogan; Mark Keane, Gavin Mullin, Ciaran Frawley, Calvin Nash; Conor Fitzgerald, Jonny Stewart; Joey Conway, Tadhg McIlroy, Charlie Connolly; Jack O’Regan, Fineen Wycherley; Marcus Rea, Paul Boyle, Gavin Coombes.
Replacements from: Ronan Kelleher, Greg McGrath, Peter Coper, Cormac Daly, Sean Masterson, Ryan Fehily, Conor Dean, Sean O’Brien, Liam Coombes, Rory Mulvihill.