Cormac Foley in at scrumhalf for Ireland Under-20 trip to Scotland
St Mary’s player scored a try off the bench against England
Cormac Foley scoring a try against England in the Under-20 Six Nations Championship match at Donnybrook. The St Mary’s scrumhalf will start against Scotland in place of the injured Craig Casey. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho
Ireland coach Noel McNamara has made one change to the starting team from the side that beat England for Friday night’s Under-20 Six Nations Championship match with Scotland at Galashiels (7.30).
The Scots lost 32-22 to Italy at home in their opening match in the tournament.
IRELAND UNDER-20: J Flannery (Shannon); C Phillips (Young Munster), L Turner (Dublin University), D Hawkshaw (Clontarf, capt), J Wren (Cork Constitution); H Byrne (Lansdowne), C Foley (St Mary’s College); J Wycherley (Young Munster), D Tierney-Martin (Corinthians), T Clarkson (Dublin University); C Ryan (UCD), N Murray (Buccaneers); M Moloney (Old Belvedere), S Penny (UCD), J Hodnett (UCC).
Replacements: J McKee (Old Belvedere), M Milne (UCD), L Masters (Shannon), B Deeny (Clontarf), D McCann (Banbridge), C Reilly (Buccaneers), S French (Cork Constitution), R Russell (Dublin University).