9 Dec, 12:44
Munster Rugby and IRFU Referee Department have just completed their very successful joint venture to find the next generation of referees in schools within the Limerick area.
PBC’s Seamus Glynn and Rory Scannell are named in the starting backline and academy player JJ Hanrahan makes the positional move to out-half while James Rael and Tom Ryan are named in the replacements.
Highfield's Miah Cronin captains the side.
Friday night will be the only chance for supporters to see the Munster U20s in action at home as they are on the road for the remaining Ulster and Connacht clashes. There is free admission at Musgrave Park and all support is welcome for the future stars of Munster Rugby.
Munster U20s: Garrett O’Suilleabhain (UCC); Seamus Glynn (PBC), Kevin Slater (UCC), Rory Scannell (PBC), Shaun Horgan (Rockwell College); JJ Hanrahan (UL Bohs), Brian Haugh (Young Munster); Niall Horan (Crescent Comp.), Brian Scott (UCC), Jake Considine (Young Munster); Sean McCarthy (Rockwell College), Shane Buckley (Garryowen); Ryan Murphy (Dolphin), Miah Cronin (Highfield) Capt., Luke Cahill (UCC). Replacements: James Rael (Garryowen), Cian O’Donnell (Rockwell College), Richard Martin (UCC), Jack Donovan (Old Crescent), Cathal Gallagher (UCC), Neil Cronin (Garryowen), Tom Ryan (Garryowen), Steve Dinan (PBC).
Munster U20s Interprovincial Fixtures:
Munster v Leinster, Friday, 9th September, Musgrave Park, ko 7.30pm
Ulster v Munster, Friday, 16th September, Belfast Harlequins RFC, ko 4pm
Connacht v Munster, Saturday, 24th September, Sportsground, ko 4pm