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Ireland A and U21 XVs

11th March 2005 By Munster Rugby

Ireland A and U21 XVs

Injury has forced Ross McCarron out of the Ireland U21 team to play France in Thomond Park tonight (7.30). Mark Kettyle moves from the bench to full-back with Denis Hurley replacing Kettyle

The Ireland A team to play France A in Donnybrook, Dublin on Friday, March 11th at 19.00hrs.

15 Bryn Cunnigham (Ulster Dungannon) 14 Tommy Bowe (Ulster Belfast Harlequins) 13 Kieran Lewis (Leinster St.Mary s College) 12 David Quinlan (Leinster Blackrock College) 11 Anthony Horgan (Munster Cork Constitution) 10 Paddy Wallace (Ulster Ballymena) 9 Kieran Campbell (Ulster Dungannon) 1 Ronnie McCormack (Ulster Buccaneers) 2 Bernard Jackman (Connacht Clontarf) 3 Simon Best (Ulster Belfast Harlequins) 4 Matt McCullough (Ulster Ballymena) 5 Bob Casey (London Irish) 6 Alan Quinlan (Munster Shannon) 7 Shane Jennings (Leinster St.Mary s College) 8 Roger Wilson (Ulster Belfast Harlequins) Replacements: 16 Paul Shields (Ulster Ballymena) 17 Ray Hogan (Connacht Galwegians) 18 Ben Gissing (Leinster Clontarf) 19 David Wallace (Munster Garryowen) 20 Brian O Riordan (Leinster UCD) 21 Paul Burke (Munster Garryowen) 22 Shaun Payne (Munster Dolphin) The Ireland U21 Team and replacements to play against France U21 at Thomond Park, Limerick on Friday, 11th March at 19.30hrs

15 Mark Kettyle (Belfast Harlequins) 14 – Kieran Geraghty (London Irish) 13 – Andrew Trimble (Ballymena) 12 – Greg Stafford (Lansdowne) 11 – Paul McKenzie (Belfast Harlequins) 10 – Gareth Steenson (Dungannon) Captain 9 – David O Leary (UCC) 1 – Michael Diffley (Buccaneers) 2 – Joseph Merrigan (Corinthians) 3 – John Andress (Belfast Harlequins) 4 – Lewis Stevenson (Belfast Harlequins) 5 – Ryan Caldwell (Dungannon) 6 – Brett McNamee (Northampton) 7 – Oisin Hennessy (Dungannon) 8 – Stephen Ferris (Dungannon) Replacements: 16 – Eamonn Bracken (Buccaneers) 17 Robert Quinn (UCC) 18 Mark Melbourne (Garryowen) 19 Chris Henry (Malone) 20 – Paul Marshall (Ballynahinch) 21 – Barry Keeshan (Cork Constitution) 22 Denis Hurley (UCC).


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