Ireland U20’s ended the 2012 JWC Pool Stages as the No 6 seeds thanks to a convincing bonus point win over Italy. They now go on to play England again on Sunday 17th June KO 17:00 in the play–offs for 5th place. [more]
This really was the one that got away for the Irish U20’s as they spurned a great chance to qualify in the top four of the IRB 2012 JWC losing to England 20 – 15 after clocking up a 3 – 15 lead at the break. [more]
Ireland’s youngsters came away from Grenoble with a hard won 13 – 12 victory against their French counterparts yesterday afternoon in the U20 Six Nations Championship. Munster youngster JJ Hanrahan showed great composure to land the winning penalty eight minutes from time in a match which featured strong performances from Ulster’s Iain Henderson, Chris Farrell and Kyle McCall. With England’s clash against … Continue reading U20: France 12 Ireland 13 [Pictures added]
The Ireland Under 20 team has been named for their second clash of the RBS 6 Under 20 Nations Championship. The side will take on their French counterparts on Saturday afternoon in Stade Des Alpes, Grenoble. Coach Mike Ruddock has brought two new faces into the side that won their opening game against Wales, 11 … Continue reading U20: Four Ulster youngsters to start against France.
Ireland U20’s stuttered to 11 – 6 win over Wales in opening round of the RBS 6 Nations last night at Dubarry Park. The was little excitement in a game that Ireland dominated but the home team failed to convert pressure into points in a fractured game. Ulster’s Paddy Jackson had an off-night with the boot, … Continue reading U20: Ireland 11 Wales 6
We’re pleased to see that three of our four to follow have made their way through the Ulster U20’s into the Ireland set up for this afternoons match against Italy at Donnybrooke. KO 2:30. Paddy Jackson, Craig Gilroy and Iain Henderson all start alongside fellow Ulster players Andrew Warrick at prop and the talented Luke … Continue reading Ireland U20’s v Italy
The Aviva Stadium was a happy hunting ground for Ulster and Leinster this afternoon as they completely overwhelmed their Munster and Connacht opponents winning the Combined Provinces game by 68 – 0. Four young Ulstermen got on the score sheet with Luke Marshall (3), Craig Gilroy (2), Michael McAuley and Paddy Jackson all crossing the … Continue reading Ulster Dominate Aviva Opener