Thompson makes changes to Australian U20s side

Australia U20s coach Adrian Thompson has made five changes to the side that lost to England last week for Australia’s second clash against Scotland at the U20s World Championships. The young men in gold will be looking for redemption after their disappointing 10-15 loss to Scotland in the pool stages. Australia will fight with Scotland, Wales and New Zealand to finish in fifth position and ensure the best possible seeding for the 2017 tournament. In the forwards Faalelei Sione from the Brumbies U20s will earn his first start for the U20s at this tournament when he starts at prop, with Izack Rodda returning to the starting XV alongside Rob Leota who joins the backrow. Queensland Reds player, Campbell Magnay returns to the starting XV having served his two week suspension for his red card in Australia’s opening pool game. Liam Jurd retains his position in the centres with Simon Kennewell moving to the bench. “We’ve had to make a number of changes this week but we’ve ad
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