England U-20s beat Ireland U20′s at Junior RWC

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Updated: June 8, 2012
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Ireland lose by five points against England at the Junior Rugby World Cup.

It looked so good at half time with Ireland leading 15-6, but a few poor mistakes in five minute period late in the second half seen them lose by five.

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Live Commentary
7:31pm Heartbreak for Ireland, they lose by five points.
7;28pm Nightmare, Ireland give away a penalty and England take the scrum to run down the clock.
7:27pm Ireland have a scrum just inside the English half, they need a try.
7;25pm Ireland get a break away, but fail to capitalise and England have the ball on half way.
7:22pm Ireland trying to run the ball inside their own 22 and throw a forward pass.
7:22pm England attacking inside the Irish 22. But its a knock on by Burrow.
7:19pm Nelson knocks the ball on, he has cost Ireland a lot tonight.
7:17pm Stunning kick by Heatcote from the sideline. England lead by five and are in complete control.
7:16pm Disaster for Ireland Kyle Sinckler scores a try.
7:15pm Ireland attacking inside the English half. Shocking play by Ireland leads to them loosing fifty metres. Nelson saves a try..
7:12pm Robson knocks on for England, Ireland need to keep possession.
7:11pm Huge scrum form England and they get a penalty try. Ireland still lead by two but Buckley gets a yellow card. He is only on the pitch.
7:09pm No advantage and England take a quick tap. Robson fails to make the line. Its another England penalty. Ireland are lucky not to be down to 14men. England 5 metre scrum.
7:07pm England fifteen metres from the Irish try line, they have a penalty advantage.
7:06pm Its an English throw just outside the Irish 22, again Nelson hits a poor kick.
7:04pm Poor kick forward by England, Nelson goes on a great run to over half way.
7:03pm Great run by Leinster’s Jack Conan, but England are back on the attack.
7:02pm Brilliant work by Hanrahan who steals the ball and wins a penalty. Ireland throw on half way.
7:01pm Awful kick by Peter Nelson of Ulster, he kicks it out on the full. England throw just outside the Irish 22.
7:00pm England emptying the bench, the management are looking nervous.
6:59pm Late tackle on Beirne gives Ireland a penalty. Hanrahan hits it badly wide.
6:58pm Marmion is having a great match for Ireland. They are still inside the English 22.
6:57pm Hanrahan kicks it deep into the English 22.
6:56pm Ireland win a scrum, England holding on. Ireland attacking just inside the English half and then win a penalty for a dangerous tackle.
6:54pm Ireland rob the throw and go on the attack. But once again Hanrahan kicks it out on the full.
6:53pm The pitch is a disgrace, even if the rain is heavy its like a bog.
6:52pm The scrum has been reset three times and then Ireland kick out on the full.
6:51pm Ireland will be delighted with an English knock on. The can slow down the play.
6:50pm Its like a different England team this half, they are attacking inside the Irish half.
6:49pm Tom Heatcote makes no mistakes, England get within nine.
6:47pm England attacking on the Irish 22. They win a penalty.
6;45pm Second half gets underway, what a huge 40min for these Irish players.
6:35pm JJ Hanrahan puts Ireland twelve points up in the last minute of the half.
6:34pm Ireland win a penalty from the scrum, Ireland are going to go for the posts.
6:33pm Amazingly England were 18pt favs coming into the match. Ireland could be on for a shock and a place in the U20 Junior Rugby World Cup semi-final.
6:32pm Ireland looked to be over for a try, but he Coghlan was brought into touch just before the line.
6:31pm Forward pass from Ireland, English scrum.
6:29pm Poor kick for England, ball kicked out on the full. Ireland attack on half way.
6:28pm Its Poland 1-1 Greece, with twenty min to go.
6:25pm Its an Irish throw inside their own 22.
6:23pm Scrum for England, Ireland penalised for crossing.
6:22pm Match delayed due to injury, Ireland have a throw just inside the English half.
6:19pm Ireland attacking on half way. The rain is getting very heavy. Its difficult to see the players.
6:17pm Ireland need another score while they have the two man advantage.
6:12pm Ireland take a scrum. Connacht’s Kieran Marmion scores a try for Ireland. Conversion missed
6:10pm Ireland inches form the try line. Penalty to Ireland. England are now down to 13.
6:09pm Ireland attacking on the half way line, they are nearly up to the England try line.
6:03pm Stunning tackle by Jordan Coghlan, he sat his leaving cert in a South African school this afternoon, now thats commitment.
6:02pm Hanrahan kicks over a great conversion. Ireland lead by four points.
6:00pm Hanrahan makes up for the shocking kick, he gets over to score a try.
5:59pm Ireland nearly over, only four metres from the English try line.
5:54pm Ireland win a penalty, England failing to roll away. Shocking kick from JJ Hanrahan from the former Rockwell college player.
5:53pm Ireland win a throw on the English 22.
5:50pm England win a penalty and its easily kicked over by Tom Heatcote
5:50pm England had got within ten metres of the Irish line, but its an offside pass, Scrum IRE
5:48pm The pitch is very poor, Its an English throw just inside their own half.
5:45pm We have kicked off, Ireland with the first touch. They are attacking on half way.
5:43pm National anthems just about to finish.
5:40pm Only five min to kick, Ireland will be looking for revenge after their bad defeat earlier in the year.

TEAMS
England Under-20s: 15 Tommy Bell (London Wasps), 14 Marland Yarde (London Irish), 13 Will Addison (Sale Sharks), 12 Ryan Mills (Gloucester) (C), 11 Charlie Walker (Harlequins), 10 Tom Heathcote (Bath), 9 Ben Spencer (Saracens), 1 Alec Hepburn (London Wasps), 2 Koree Britton (Gloucester), 3 Kyle Sinckler (Harlequins), 4 Dominic Barrow (Leeds Carnegie), 5 George Merrick (Harlequins), 6 David Sisi (London Irish), 7 Ben Nutley (Northampton Saints), 8 Jack Clifford (Harlequins)

Replacements: 16 Max Crumpton (Saracens), 17 Luke Cowan-Dickie (Exeter Chiefs), 18 Ross Harrison (Sale Sharks), 19 Sam Twomey (Harlequins), 20 Chris Walker (Leeds Carnegie), 21 Dan Robson (Gloucester), 22 Sam Hill (Exeter Chiefs), 23 Ben Ransom (Saracens)

Ireland Under-20s: 15 Peter Nelson (Ulster), 14 Barry Daly (Leinster), 13 Chris Farrell (Ulster), 12 Foster Horan (Leinster), 11 Sam Coghlan Murray (Leinster), 10 JJ Hanrahan (Munster), 9 Kieran Marmion (Connacht), 1 Des Merrey (Leinster), 2 Niall Scannell (Munster) (capt), 3 Tadhg Furlong (Leinster), 4 Tadhg Beirne (Leinster), 5 Iain Henderson (Ulster), 6 Jordan Coghlan (Leinster), 7 Conor Gilsenan (Mullingar/Leinster), 8 Jack Conan (Leinster)

Replacements: 16 James Rael (Munster), 17 Peter Reilly (Leinster), 18 Jake Cawley (Leinster), 19 Alan O’Connor (Leinster), 20 Shane Buckley (Munster), 21 Luke McGrath (Leinster), 22 Jack Carty (Connacht), 23 Stuart Olding (Ulster)

England Under-20s: 15 Tommy Bell (London Wasps), 14 Marland Yarde (London Irish), 13 Will Addison (Sale Sharks), 12 Ryan Mills (Gloucester) (C), 11 Charlie Walker (Harlequins), 10 Tom Heathcote (Bath), 9 Ben Spencer (Saracens), 1 Alec Hepburn (London Wasps), 2 Koree Britton (Gloucester), 3 Kyle Sinckler (Harlequins), 4 Dominic Barrow (Leeds Carnegie), 5 George Merrick (Harlequins), 6 David Sisi (London Irish), 7 Ben Nutley (Northampton Saints), 8 Jack Clifford (Harlequins)

Replacements: 16 Max Crumpton (Saracens), 17 Luke Cowan-Dickie (Exeter Chiefs), 18 Ross Harrison (Sale Sharks), 19 Sam Twomey (Harlequins), 20 Chris Walker (Leeds Carnegie), 21 Dan Robson (Gloucester), 22 Sam Hill (Exeter Chiefs), 23 Ben Ransom (Saracens)

Ireland Under-20s: 15 Peter Nelson (Ulster), 14 Barry Daly (Leinster), 13 Chris Farrell (Ulster), 12 Foster Horan (Leinster), 11 Sam Coghlan Murray (Leinster), 10 JJ Hanrahan (Munster), 9 Kieran Marmion (Connacht), 1 Des Merrey (Leinster), 2 Niall Scannell (Munster) (capt), 3 Tadhg Furlong (Leinster), 4 Tadhg Beirne (Leinster), 5 Iain Henderson (Ulster), 6 Jordan Coghlan (Leinster), 7 Conor Gilsenan (Mullingar/Leinster), 8 Jack Conan (Leinster)

Replacements: 16 James Rael (Munster), 17 Peter Reilly (Leinster), 18 Jake Cawley (Leinster), 19 Alan O’Connor (Leinster), 20 Shane Buckley (Munster), 21 Luke McGrath (Leinster), 22 Jack Carty (Connacht), 23 Stuart Olding (Ulster)

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