19th Sep 2019

u/20 Six Nations – Scotland Without Their Kwagga

(Photo Credit - INPHO/Tommy Dickson)

Head Coach Carl Hogg has made one change to the side that defeated Wales last weekend as Scotland travel to face England at Franklin’s Gardens in the final round of the U20 Six Nations this Friday night. The team now travel to Northampton looking to claim back-to-wins over England following last year’s 24-17 triumph at Myreside.

Jack Mann replaces the injured Kwagga van Niekerk at number 8 to makes his second start of the Championship. Mann’s promotion from the bench allows Sale Shark’s Teddy Leatherbarrow to take his place among the replacements.

Scotland u/20 

15. Matt Davidson (London Scottish), 14. Rory McMichael (Heriot’s), 13. Cameron Anderson (Wasps), 12. Robbie McCallum (Complutense Cisneros), 11. Jack Blain (Heriot’s), 10. Ross Thompson (Glasgow Hawks) (VC), 9. Roan Frostwick (Currie Chieftains), 1. Murphy Walker (Stirling County), 2. Ewan Ashman (Sale Sharks), 3. Euan McLaren (Ayr), 4. Ewan Johnson (Racing 92), 5. Cameron Henderson (Stirling County), 6. Charlie Jupp (Heriot’s), 7. Connor Boyle (Watsonians) (C), 8. Jack Mann (Edinburgh Accies)

Replacements: 16. Angus Fraser (Glasgow Hawks), 17. Andrew Nimmo (Glasgow Hawks), 18. Will Hurd (Cardiff Metropolitan University), 19. Ross Bundy (Stirling County), 20. Teddy Leatherbarrow (Sale Sharks), 21. Murray Scott (Watsonians), 22. Nathan Chamberlain (Bristol Bears), 23. Ollie Smith (Ayr)

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