U20 Rugby TV Details – Watch South Africa vs Ireland Live Online

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No U20 World Cup but we have a U20 summer series and you can watch South Africa vs Ireland live here

Ireland U-20 (sponsored) PWC) When they face high-flying South Africa, they will aim to bounce back from their first defeat of the season in their first Southern Hemisphere opponent.

2022 Under-20 Six Nations Summer Series – Pool A: Wednesday, June 29

Ireland U-20 (4th) vs. South Africa U-20 (2nd), Payanini Rugby Center, Verona, 8pm local time / 8pm Irish time (Live Under-20 Six Nations YouTube Channel)

Team News: Head coach Richie Murphy Made six changes to his squad for Round 2 matches Patrick Campbell, Sam Prendergast, Michael Moloney, George Hadden, Diormid Mangan And George Shaw Coming to the side.

Campbell, who was one of the standout performers during Ireland’s Under-20 six-nation Grand Slam-winning campaign, has recovered from a big toe injury to start a full-back.

Munster Academy means ace return Dylan O’Grady Switch on the left wing, when Aitjal Raja, The scorer continues Ireland’s opening effort against France last Friday.

Its center pair Fion Gibbons And Daniel Hawksha With Les Bluets undefeated from a 42-21 defeat, Leinster pair Prendergast and Moloney form a new half-back pair.

In the pack, Hadden comes to the front row James McCormick And Darag McSweeney, And Mangan always puts his foot in the engine room Conor O’Tighearnaigh.

James McNabney And captain Ruben Crothers The back row is joined by No. 8 Shaw, who came up with the IQ rugby path.

Murphy has plenty of options on the bench, allowing 26 players to be named in an extended match squad for the tournament in Italy.

Meanwhile, South Africa head coach Bafana Hleko has kept the starting back-line intact since their 30-22 win over England, but has renewed the pack.

Locke Reinhard Ludwig and No. 8 Cameron Hanekom are the only two players on the second start-up front, with Enhaleko making six changes to the forwards.

Lavanga, Sivu Mabes and Tian Lange will be packed together in the front row trio of Vodakom Bulls. Ludwig’s new lock partner is Kell Rahul of Cell Sea Shark.

Hanekom, who made a strong first outing in Italy, will be joined in the back row by DHL Western Province pairings Paul de Villiers and Lou Nell.

Junior Springbox captain, half-out Sacha Mongomezulu, who took 16 kicks from an open game against England, is twice as many as any other player in the tournament. He has provided support for three attempts.

Under-20 Six Nations Summer Series Fixtures / Results

Under-20 six-nation summer series table

Ireland U-20: Patrick Campbell (Young Munster RFC / Munster); Itzol King (Clontorf FC / Leinster), Fionn Gibbons (UCD RFC / Leinster), Daniel Hawks (Clontorf FC / Leinster), Dylan O’Grady (UCD RFC / Leinster); Sam Prendergast (Lansdowne FC / Leinster), Michael Moloney (UCD RFC / Leinster); George Hadden (Gori RFC / Clontarf FC / Leinster), James McCormick (Bolimena RFC / Ulster), Daragh McSweeney (Shannon RFC / Munster), Connor O’Tighernig (UCD URNC), Leinster (UCD RFC) James McNabney (Bolimena RFC / Ulster), Ruben Crothers (Bolinahinch RFC / Ulster) (Captain), George Shaw (Cardiff University / IQ Rugby).

Replacement: Josh Hanlon (Bolinahinch RFC / Ulster), Osin Mitchell (Lansdowne FC / Leinster), Kieran Ryan (Shannon RFC / Munster), Adam McNami (Malone RFC / Ulster), Lorcan McLaverin O’Connor (R) Mahni (UCC RFC / Munster), Reece Malone (Loughborough University / Ballynahinch RFC / Ulster), George Coomber (UCC RFC / Munster), Shay McCarthy (Young Munster RFC / Munster), Scott Wilson (Queen’s University Belfast RFC / Ulster), Charlie Irwin (Queen’s University Belfast RFC / Ulster).

South Africa U-20: Duran Covert (DHL WP); Donovan Don (Down Touch Griffons), Ethan James (DHL WP), Carlton Banis (Vodakom Bulls), Suleiman Hertzenberg (DHL WP); Sacha Mngomezulu (DHL WP) (Captain), Nico Stein (Lions); Korne Lavagna (Vodakom Bulls), Tian Lange (Vodakom Bulls), Sevues Mabes (Vodakom Bulls), Korne Rahl (Cell C Shark), Reinhard Ludwig (Vodakom Bulls), Paul de Villiers (DHL), DWLW , Cameron Hanekom (Vodakom Bulls).

Replacement: Lukhanio Vocozela (DHLWP), Lamla Nunu (DHLWP), Corne Weilbach (DHLWP), Connor Evans (DHLWP), Sia Ningiza (Boso) (Voso) ))), Cutlego Lettable (Vodakom Bulls), Ruan Venter (Lions), Gisino Emletlets (Vodakom Bulls), Imad Khan (DHL WP).

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