19s Take The Spoils In Marcoussis Opener France U19s Lineups Robin Aulas (Lyon OU, P France); Karim Qadiri (RC Massy, P France), Louis Fajfrowski rayban eyewear (Montpellier HRC), Damian Penaud (ASM Clermont Auvergne), Martin Laveau (Aviron Bayonnais, P France); Romuald Seguy (USA Perpignan), Antoine Dupont (Castres, P France); Quentin Walcker (USA Perpignan, P France), Yohan Beheregaray (ASM Clermont Auvergne, P France), Mickael Simutoga (ASM Clermont Auvergne, P France), Guillaume Ducat (Tarbes P, P France), Th Hannoyer (Castres, P France), Pierre Reynaud (USA Perpignan, P France) (capt), Matthieu Voisin (Racing M 92, P France), Anthony Jelonch (Castres, P France). Replacements used: Pierre Dupouy (FC Auch) for Penaud, Judica Cancoriet (RC Massy, P France) for Reynaud, Hugo Pirlet (Stade Toulousain, P France) for Simutoga, Emerick Setiano (RC Toulon) for Beheregaray, Enzo Pakihivatau (Lyon OU) for Walcker (all half time), Jean Baptiste Grenod (RC Toulon, P France) for Hannoyer (61), Boris Palu (Racing M 92, P France) for Voisin (67), Makatuki Polutele (Aviron Bayonnais) for Ducat (70). Not used: David Delarue (CA Brive), Franck Pourteau (Stade Toulousain, P France), Ma Rabut (RC Massy). Ireland U19 Lineups David O'Mahony (Young Munster RFC); Matthew Byrne (Terenure College RFC), Conor O'Brien (Clontarf FC), Paul Kiernan (UCC RFC) (capt), Jacob Stockdale (Queen's University RFC); Jimmy O'Brien (Newbridge College), Liam Free (Glamorgan Wanderers RFC, Wales); Andrew Porter (UCD RFC), Vincent O'Brien (Cork Constitution FC), Ben Betts (Young Munster RFC), Peter Claffey (NUIG RFC), Sean O'Connor (Rockwell College), Greg Jones (UCD RFC), Conall Boomer (Cottelsoe RFC, Australia), Max Deegan (St. Michael's College). Replacements used: Neil Reilly (Clontarf FC) for Boomer (19 mins), John Poland (PBC Cork) for Free (half time), Michael Melia (Terenure College) for Claffey (50), Conor Kenny (Garbally College) for Betts (60). Not used: John Molony (Clongowes Wood College), Vakhtang Abdaladze (Clontarf FC), Hugh Sloan (Queen's University RFC), Dan Trayers (Cistercian College Roscrea), Andrew Magrath (Ballymena Academy), Jonathan Rossborough (Ballymena RFC), Joseph White (Cork Constitution FC). Video Highlights courtesy of FFR Following up on the Under 18s' success in Gloucester earlier in the day, the Ireland Under 19s were victorious in the first match of their double header with their French counterparts. The second game takes place on Saturday evening. They did take a 3 0 lead when Young Munster full back David O'Mahony was successful with a 12th minute penalty. However, France responded in a positive manner with Romuald Seguy converting a 23rd minute try from winger Martin Laveau who was put over out wide on the right. The out half also split the posts with a late penalty to give the French a 10 3 advantage at the break. The hosts, whose side was dominated by players from the French Central Academy, tried to ray ban wayfarer on sale kick on, but Ireland seized the momentum and really stepped it up a gear or two in the second half. Malone's youngsters had rayban shades France on the back foot for long periods. 15 minutes in, Ireland were certain they had scored a try but referee Emanuele Tomo blew for a knock on just before the grounding. O'Mahony, already an Ulster Bank League debutant this season, landed a second successful penalty within five minutes to reduce the deficit to 10 6. With the French appearing to tire, Ireland, who were fiercely competitive at the breakdown, raised their level of performance yet again. Good work from the pack, with back rowers Greg Jones, Neil Reilly and Max Deegan to the fore, produced quality possession for the backs. Crisp passing and interplay between John Poland, Jimmy O'Brien, ray ban retailers captain Paul Kiernan, Conor O'Brien and Jacob Stockdale kept Ireland on the front foot and their efforts were rewarded in the 65th minute. Scrum half Poland used ruck ball to feed number 8 Deegan, right on the French 22 metre line, and he handed off an initial defender, avoided the clutches of a second and then sent a terrific one handed offload to O'Mahony who capped a fine personal performance by touching down in the left corner. The full back added a cracking conversion for good measure, giving his side a three point lead.
The impressive Ireland pack held firm with Andrew Porter and Conor Kenny causing all sorts of problems for their opposite numbers. Ireland finished the stronger, pressing for a second try close to the French line before the final whistle came. Although pleased with the result, there was also the realisation in the Irish camp that there is much room for improvement in all departments before the rematch at the same venue on Easter Saturday (kick off 7pm local time/6pm Irish time).
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