Ireland’s U20’s can finish a brilliant campaign this Friday against England in the final game of the Electric Ireland home series in the U20’s Six Nations.
A 41-27 loss to Wales last week derailed their quest for the title, but they can finish with a win and in the process frustrate the champions England.
The campaign may not have heralded success in terms of silverware, but a number of young guns impressed in the campaign which saw Ireland beat Italy, Scotland and France.
Munster second row Fineen Wycherley was rewarded for his fine form at international underage level with a place in the Munster senior squad for their recent Guinness Pro 12 clash with Cardiff Blues.
Caelan Doris is likely to be the next man off Leinster’s impressive back-row conveyor belt. Following in the footsteps of the likes of Jamie Heaslip and Jack Conan the St. Mary's College man is tipped for a big future in the game.
Even the most optimistic of rugby fans struggle to see past England inflicting another defeat on Joe Schmidt’s Ireland side.
The U20’s clash on St Paddy’s day will give fans a great chance of watching a team in green vanquish the old enemy England.
Tickets are that little bit easier to find as well and are available at Donnybrook Stadium on the night and from usual outlets.
Ireland pen the latest chapter in their long and storied sporting rivalry with England in the final game of the U20’s Six Nations this Friday from 6pm in Donnybrook in the Electric Ireland U20’s home series.
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