The Ireland U20 side to face England in the World Rugby U20 Championship final in Manchester tomorrow evening has been named. Head Coach Nigel Carolan has retained the same 23 that defeated Argentina in the semi-final which includes six Munster representatives.
As Ireland prepare to face England in the World Rugby U20 Championship final on Saturday, we look back at their campaign to date, one that has seen them defeat reigning Grand Slam champions Wales, reigning world champions New Zealand, Georgia and Argentina.
The MRSC London Branch are making it easier for all Irish fans in London to add their support to the history making Ireland U20s side for their World Rugby U20 Championship Final against hosts England in Manchester this Saturday - ko 7pm.
As Ireland prepare to face Argentina in the semi-final of the World Rugby U20 Championship on Monday, we look back at their pathway to the knock-out stages, one that has seen them defeat reigning Grand Slam champions Wales, reigning world champions New Zealand and Georgia, topping Pool A.
Despite conceding a try in the game's opening minutes, Ireland U20s recovered quickly to render their Georgian counterparts scoreless for the remainder of the game as they recorded a bonus point win in the World Rugby U20s Championship and booked a place in the semi-finals.
Performance Nutritionist Gavin Rackard discusses his role in the Greencore Munster Rugby Academy and the targeted drive to nurture good nutrition amongst emerging players in the age-grade and academy ranks.
A hugely successful weekend for Irish rugby witnessed the Ireland U20s become the first Ireland men's side to defeat New Zealand, doing so at the World Rugby U20 Championship, while the Irish senior side recorded their first win over the Springboks on South African soil in the first test of the Summer Series.