Rookie named in QLD Reds starting side to play Jaguares

The Queensland Reds have made one change to the starting XV which defeated the Bulls at Suncorp Stadium last week, with Angus Scott-Young earning his first start in Super Rugby. Angus, the 20-year-old son of former Wallabies back rower Sam, made his debut against the Brumbies two weeks ago and has featured as a replacement in the late stages of both the Reds’ wins this season. His promotion to the Number 6 jersey has prompted a re-shuffle in the back row, with Adam Korczyk moving back to open side flanker and Liam Wright shifting to the reserves. The coaches have also made three changes to the reserves, with hooker Andrew Ready getting his first opportunity in the match-day 23 this season, newly signed prop Ruan Smith in line to make his Queensland debut and utility back Ben Lucas named for the first time this season as a replacement scrumhalf. Smith, who recently joined his twin brother in the Reds’ squad, has 53 Super Rugby caps to his name, but is yet to play for Que
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