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Postby jaybyrne » September 10th, 2008, 5:16 pm

The Leinster Under-19 team, sponsored by PNC Global Investment Services, to face Ulster in Ballynahinch on Friday (KO: 6pm) has been named...

LEINSTER UNDER-19:
!5: Darren Hudson (St. Mary's College), 14: Nicky Darragh (Old Belvedere), 13: Gavin Nyawata (Lansdowne), 12: Dave McSharry (UCD), 11: Ray Crotty (St. Mary's College), 10: Niall Earls (UCD), 9: Chris Lilly (UCD); 1: Steve Collins (Bective), 2: Risteard Byrne (Terenure College), 3: Robert Ferris (St. Mary's College), 4: Michael Cawley (Blackrock College, CAPTAIN), 5: Keelan McKenna (UCD), 6: Barry Kelly (Blackrock College), 7: Ross Hartnett (Blackrock College), 8: Charlie Butterworth (Wicklow)

REPLACEMENTS:
16: Aidan Mulligan (Barnhall), 17: Richard Bent (St. Mary's College), 18: Robin O'Sullivan (Greystones), 19: Sean Preston (Guinness), 20: Ben Doyle (Wicklow), 21: Craig Ronaldson (UCD), 22: Rob Cruess-Callaghan (Old Belvedere), 23: Kailyn Donican (Naas)

The Leinster Under-20 team, sponsored by Lisney, to face Ulster in Ravenhill on Friday (KO: 7.30pm) has been named...

LEINSTER UNDER-20:
15: Ian Madigan, 14: Ian O'Neill, 13: Rory Pratt, 12: Shane Gahan CAPTAIN, 11: Michael Keating, 10: Ian McKinley, 9: Matt Healy; 1: Jack McGrath, 2: Tom Sexton, 3: Jack O'Connell, 4: Shane Grennell, 5: Mark Flanagan, 6: Eoin Cremen, 7: Dominic Ryan, 8: Michael Noone

REPLACEMENTS:
16: Andrew Pollard, 17: Nermin Lovic / Ronan Donnelly, 18: John Dever, 19: Peter Synnott, 20: John Cooney, 21: Gary Foley, 22: Terry Jones


Theres a lot more players that came from clubs than usual on the 19s
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Re: leinster 19s and 20s

Postby mikka3 » September 11th, 2008, 1:42 am

not really theres only 3 in the starting team last year there a fair few more for the game against ulster there was 6 i think and the u-19 team is the cub team not the schools 1 so there would want to be if you lookj at the 20s only 1 club player in the startin team and 1 posiibkly 2 on the bench

does any1 know why kearny or e. shirdan are not playin with the 20's

madigan is a better 10 than mcknly h should play 12
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Re: leinster 19s and 20s

Postby jezzer » September 11th, 2008, 11:04 am

mikka3 wrote:not really theres only 3 in the starting team last year there a fair few more for the game against ulster there was 6 i think and the u-19 team is the cub team not the schools 1 so there would want to be if you lookj at the 20s only 1 club player in the startin team and 1 posiibkly 2 on the bench

does any1 know why kearny or e. shirdan are not playin with the 20's

madigan is a better 10 than mcknly h should play 12


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Re: leinster 19s and 20s

Postby jaybyrne » September 11th, 2008, 3:03 pm

Theres 7 players there that played underage in clubs on the 19s
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Re: leinster 19s and 20s

Postby paddyj » September 13th, 2008, 3:03 pm

Result from last night

Leinster Under-20s outscored their hosts by four tries to one to claim a comprehensive 27-16 victory over Ulster at Ravenhill last night...
Ulster took an early lead with a penalty from outhalf Robin Thompson. Michael Noone got the visitors first try when he broke from the back of the scrum and crashed over with Ian McKinley adding the conversion. Thompson kicked a second penalty for Ulster and nudged his side in front with another successful shot after Leinster captain Shane Gahan was sin binned.

Ian Madigan scored a penalty for the visitors and they took a 15-9 lead into the break when winger, Michael Keating finished off a great move.

Centre Rory Pratt went over seven minutes after the re-start and flanker Dominic Ryan sealed victory when he scored from close range before Ulster got a late try from Jonny Shiels.

LEINSTER UNDER-20:
15: Ian Madigan, 14: Ian O'Neill, 13: Rory Pratt, 12: Shane Gahan CAPTAIN, 11: Michael Keating, 10: Ian McKinley, 9: Matt Healy; 1: Jack McGrath, 2: Tom Sexton, 3: Jack O'Connell, 4: Shane Grennell, 5: Mark Flanagan, 6: Eoin Cremen, 7: Dominic Ryan, 8: Michael Noone

REPLACEMENTS:
16: Andrew Pollard, 17: Nermin Lovic / Ronan Donnelly, 18: John Dever, 19: Peter Synnott, 20: John Cooney, 21: Gary Foley, 22: Terry Jones
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Re: leinster 19s and 20s

Postby jaybyrne » September 13th, 2008, 4:01 pm

I know the 19s won but not sure of the score
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Re: leinster 19s and 20s

Postby mhow » September 20th, 2008, 7:01 pm

http://www.leinsterrugby.ie/domestic/1244.php
youths / u 19 / u 20 results are here
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Re: leinster 19s and 20s

Postby paddyj » September 26th, 2008, 9:10 pm

Nice to see us win the under 20s again, although didn't think it'd be so close ...

An injury time try from Michael Noone helped Leinster retain the Under-20 Interprovincial championship by defeating Connacht 17-10 in the Sportsground on Friday evening...
The Under-20s, sponsored by Lisney, came into Friday evening’s game in Galway on the back of victories over Ulster (27-16) and Munster (16-3) and began strongly.

Ian Madigan kicked the visitors into a 3-0 lead with a penalty in the fourth minute before Liam Carpenter powered over to score for the hosts.

Connacht held the 5-3 advantage until the interval and moved further ahead with a try from centre Eoin Griffin. It was the kick-start Leinster needed and on 55 minutes Dominic Ryan crashed over, with Madigan converting, to level the scores.

A spell of pressure ensued and in the closing minutes Leinster finally got the reward their efforts deserved when Noone touched down, with Madigan again adding the points, to seal a famous win.

LEINSTER UNDER-20:

Ian Madigan, David Kearney (Rob Johnson, 52), Eamonn Sheridan, Shane Gahan (Gary Foley, 67), Michael Keating, Ian McKinley, Matt Healy (John Cooney 15-25 blood); Jack McGrath, Tom Sexton (Andrew Pollard, 25-35 blood), Jack O'Connell (Ronan Donnelly, 70), Shane Grennell, Mark Flanagan, Steve Mahony CAPTAIN, Dominic Ryan (Eoin Cremen, 55), Michael Noone (Alex Byrne, 82)

CONNACHT UNDER-20:

John O'Brien CAPTAIN, Billy Henshaw, Eoin Griffin, David Clarke, Aengus O'Connell, Sean Joyce, Adam Kennedy, Liam Carpenter, Shane Conneely, Fergus Moyles, Mark Feeley, Joe Moran, Conor Higgins, Karl Egan

REPLACEMENTS:

Davy Henshaw, James Robinson, Shane Casey, Shane Connolly, Andrew Hyde, Conor Murphy, Colin Conroy
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