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01/02/2018 09:30

Jason Strange has named his team to face Scotland this Friday in the U20 Six Nations match in Colwyn Bay (20:15). In all, 15 players could make their bow at this level. Leicester Tigers' Tommy Reffell, who captained Wales U18 to some notable victories last season, has the honour of leading his country once again. The core of that Wales U18 backline continues this Friday, with Ospreys trio Harri Morgan (scrum-half), Callum Carson (centre) and Cai Evans (fullback) all set to run out against the Scots. Reffell leads from an all-new back row featuring Scarlets openside Dan Davies and Drag.....

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24/02/2018 15:22:10
IRE 22-13 WAL | Openside Dan Leavy gets the second half off to a bang for Ireland with a try under the posts. Sexto… https://t.co/bByIvlZq2e


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24/02/2018 15:16:51
The second half begins at the Aviva, with Ireland leading Wales by just two points: 15-13. #NatWest6Nations


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24/02/2018 15:15:33
We’ve witnessed a battling first half in Dublin. What will the second half bring? Cystadleuaeth dwys dros ben yn yr… https://t.co/u0y4cXkSCY


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24/02/2018 15:03:32
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24/02/2018 15:00:25
IRE 15-13 WAL | Centre Bundee Aki reaches out to score on the stroke of half time for Ireland. Sexton's conversion… https://t.co/rwazHp3lTb


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24/02/2018 14:53:46
IRE 8-13 WAL | Sexton kicks over a straightforward penalty to get Ireland back in the game following an offside off… https://t.co/56bsN409Cf