Ireland national under-20 rugby union team
The Ireland national under-20 rugby team was formed in 2006, having previously been known as the under-21 team. They won the Grand Slam during the 2007 and 2019 Six Nations Under 20s Championship's, and also won the championship in 2010.
|Union||Irish Rugby Football Union|
|Ground(s)||Irish Independent Park (Capacity: 8,008)|
|Captain(s)||David McCann (2020 6N U20)|
|Most caps||Dominic Ryan (20)|
Iain Henderson (20)
|Top scorer||Ross Byrne (129)|
|Most tries||Andrew Conway (14)|
| Ireland 17–15 Wales |
(2 February 2007)
| Ireland 51–3 Fiji |
(9 June 2014)
| New Zealand 69–3 Ireland |
(8 June 2017)
|Appearances||12 (First in 2008)|
|Best result||2nd, 2016|
Lock Eoin O'Connor was ruled out of the tournament due to a knee injury, and prop Ciarán Ryan was also called up to the squad.
(Note: all clubs are Irish unless otherwise stated.)
Coaching and managementEdit
|Head Coach||Noel McNamara|
|Assistant Coach||Colm Tucker|
|Assistant Coach||Kieran Campbell|
|Team Manager||Hendrik Kruger|
|Athletic Performance Coach||Martin Kennedy|
|Performance Analyst||John Buckley|
|Media & Communications||Ryan Bailey|
Correct as of 21 February 2020
- Six Nations Under 20s Championship:
- Grand Slam:
- Triple Crown:
- "Ireland Under-20s Complete Grand Slam Mission With Bonus Point Flourish". Irish Rugby. 15 March 2019. Retrieved 15 March 2019.
- "McNamara Names Ireland Under-20 Squad For Six Nations". Irish Rugby. 20 January 2020. Retrieved 20 January 2020.
- "Ireland U20 Team Named For Six Nations Opener". Munster Rugby. 30 January 2020. Retrieved 31 January 2020.
- Ireland U-20 Squad from official IRFU site