Patrick Campbell’s presence a welcome boost for Ireland Under-20s as they face Baby Boks
Richie Murphy’s side hoping for an incremental improvement after disappointing defeat to France in opening game of summer series
Munster's Patrick Campbell starts at fullback for the Ireland Under-20s against South Africa. Photograph: Ben Brady/InphoByJohn O'SullivanTue Jun 28 2022 - 19:53Ireland Under-20 v South Africa Under-20 — Payanini Centre (kick-off: 7.0, Irish time, live on Six Nations YouTube channel)
Ireland coach Richie Murphy has made six changes from the side that lost 42-21 to France for the second match of a summer series tournament that is taking place in Verona and Treviso. South Africa, 30-22 conquerors of England the last day, provide the opposition.
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Photograph: Ben Brady/Inpho By John O'Sullivan Tue Jun 28 2022 - 19:53 Ireland Under-20 v South Africa Under-20 — Payanini Centre (kick-off: 7.0, Irish time, live on Six Nations YouTube channel) Ireland coach Richie Murphy has made six changes from the side that lost 42-21 to France for the second match of a summer series tournament that is taking place in Verona and Treviso. They welcomed their first child, a boy named Sonny, back in 2020. South Africa, 30-22 conquerors of England the last day, provide the opposition. Ye Gods. There was some good news for the Irish squad as one of the standout performers in Ireland’s Six Nations Grand Slam success, Patrick Campbell, has recovered from the injury that saw him omitted from the original squad. Sam and Briony's cosy country cottage is the perfect place to raise their two children. He will start at fullback with the others changes in the backline, coming at halfback." Friends and followers rushed to the comments to congratulate the couple.
Dylan O’Grady switches to the left wing with Shay McCarthy moving to the bench. The living room boats a striking red leather sofa covered in cushions. Prior to the breakthrough Irish win in Chicago in 2016, the countries had played each other 28 times, with the All Blacks winning 27 times, and one draw in 1973, when Barry McGann had a touchline conversion to win the game after a late try by Tom Grace. [  Ireland Under-20s well beaten by France in Verona  ] Sam Prendergast, younger brother of Connacht backrow Cian who plays for Ireland against the New Zealand Maori, is named at outhalf, and will be partnered by UCD’s Michael Moloney. Tony Butler and Ethan Coughlan drop out of the match day squad. The kitchen and dining area fits in with the rustic theme, as the family enjoy mealtimes at a stylish wooden table, while the couple's bedroom boats a king-sized bed and a shelf adorned with potted plants. There are three further alterations, one in each row of the scrum. They appeared to have secured a potential match-winning penalty around 40 metres out – and Johnny Sexton could have landed a kick from the car park that night – only for Nigel Owens to decree they had whipped the scrum. Gorey’s George Hadden is promoted to loosehead prop, Diarmuid Mangan, a talented prospect comes into the secondrow while George Shaw lends some size to the backrow joining captain Reuben Crothers and James McNabney. The garden features a wooden patio, lots of plants and green space - perfect for Sonny and Daisy to run around in as they grow older. You did it, and should be so proud.
Junior Springbok coach Bafana Nhleko has retained just two of the starting pack, secondrow Reinhardt Ludwig and backrow Cameron Hanekom from the England game. The backline is retained en masse.. In 1992, a week after the aforementioned first Test, the All Blacks regrouped, made six changes and beat Ireland by a record 59-6 in Wellington. The Baby Boks’ assistant coach Chean Roux said: “The Irish will be hurting after that loss to France and we have to make sure we are physically and mentally prepared and up for the challenge. They are a proud team who showed what they’re capable of during their recent successful Under-20 Six Nations campaign, so we have no doubt what they will bring against us. Get the latest RSVP headlines straight to your inbox for free by Sam and Briony are parents to newborn daughter Daisy as well as son Sonny (Image: OK! Magazine).” Unfortunately for Murphy he is missing the lion’s share of the Grand Slam side. That seven-match tour generated much fanfare among the rugby-mad Kiwis, but after Ireland ‘A’ were beaten 69-16 by Northland in Whangarei and then 74-15 by the New Zealand Academy, TV coverage of the remaining five games was abandoned due to the lack of competitiveness. "Our hearts are so full and we are so excited to share our news with all of you…my other other family.
Ireland cannot afford a repeat of the disjointed start to the French game where they conceded 17 unanswered points. There was greater cohesion as the game went on and hopefully that will be reflected on a grander scale in what promises to be another tough assignment. Ireland : P Campbell (Young Munster); A King (Clontarf), F Gibbons (UCD), D Hawkshaw (Clontarf), D D O’Grady (UCD); S Prendergast (Lansdowne), M Moloney (UCD); G Hadden (Gorey/Clontarf), J McCormick (Ballymena), D McSweeney (Shannon); C O’Tighearnaigh (UCD), D Mangan (UCD); J McNabney (Ballymena), R Crothers (Ballynahinch, capt), G Shaw (Cardiff University). Riccardo Ball, a presenter with SENZ Radio, reckons that whereas most mid-year visits by northern hemisphere sides are relatively low-key affairs Ireland’s expedition is the biggest rugby tour in New Zealand since the British & Irish Lions visited in 2017. Replacements : J Hanlon (Ballynahinch), O Michel (Lansdowne), K Ryan (Shannon), A McNamee (Malone), L McLoughlin (QUB), A O’Mahony (UCC), R Malone (Loughborough University), George Coomber (UCC), S McCarthy (Young Munster), S Wilson (QUB), C Irvine (QUB). South Africa : D Koevort; D Don, E James, C Banies, S Hartzenberg; S Mngomezulu (capt), N Steyn; C Lavagna, T Lange, S Mabece; C Rahl, R Ludwig; P de Villiers, L Nel, C Hanekom. "We can’t wait to share it with them and it will be another added bit of excitement at the very end.
Replacements : L Vokozela, L Nunu, C Weilbach, C Evans, S Ningiza, N le Roux, C von Ludwig, K Letebele, R Venter, G Mdletshe, I Khan. With the All Blacks not setting foot in Auckland until this week, the latter stages of last week were focused more on New Zealand playing Tonga in a rugby league international. .