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Report & Gallery | Munster A v Ireland U20s

4th June 2021 By The Editor

Jack Daly takes a high ball against the Ireland U20s.

Jack Daly takes a high ball. Inpho

Munster A enjoyed a good run-out against the Ireland U20s at the IRFU High Performance Centre on Friday afternoon.

Munster A enjoyed a good run-out against the Ireland U20s at the IRFU High Performance Centre on Friday afternoon.

The Challenge match ended in Munster A’s favour as they secured a 35-19 victory in Dublin, scoring five converted tries.

Two tries for Alex McHenry and one from Keynan Knox, all converted by Jake Flannery, gave Munster A a 21-12 half-time lead.

Josh Wycherley and Rhys Marshall touched down after the break with Ben Healy adding both conversions.

Munster trio Alex Kendellen, Mark Donnelly and Jack Kelleher started for the Ireland U20s. Kendellen and Donnelly touched down in their 14-all draw with Leinster A last week with Kelleher scoring against Munster A this afternoon.

Donnacha Byrne and Chay Mullins were the other try-scorers for Ireland with Tim Corkery and Nathan Doak kicking a conversion each.

A mixture of senior, Academy and club players lined out for Munster A with more details on the 26 players who featured here.

The Ireland U20s start their Six Nations campaign against Scotland in two weeks with full details of their Championship fixtures here.

Check out the best pics from the game here.

Munster A: Jack Crowley; Calvin Nash, Dan Goggin, Alex McHenry, Liam Coombes; Jake Flannery, Paddy Patterson; Liam O’Connor, Diarmuid Barron (C), Keynan Knox; Fearghail O’Donoghue, Thomas Ahern; Jack Daly, Daniel Okeke, Jack O’Sullivan.

Replacements (all used): Rhys Marshall, Josh Wycherley, Jeremy Loughman, Conor Moloney, Dylan Murphy, Ethan Coughlan, Ben Healy, Aaron Leahy, Alan Flannery, Seán French, Jamie Shanahan.

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