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Scotland v Wales U19 Euro third placed play-off 19-man squads announced.

10th August 2018, 19:02

Scotland v Wales U19 Euro third placed play-off 19-man squads announced.

In the European U19 Championship third place game, Wales face Scotland the Celtic cousins keen to put their semi final disappointments behind them.


Opposite number Ant Walker commented: “The performance against England wasn’t up to scratch and I think some of our boys got too wound up in the occasion. I’ve been doing some video on Scotland and it’s up to our boys to turn up the intensity.

“We tried hard but were outplayed in every aspect of the game. Full credit to England, they did a professional job but we want to finish on a high.”

For Scotland boss Danny Addy: “After the semi we were all gutted. The result was our own doing as everything France did we’d seen before. It’s been a great trip and we want to round it off properly.

“We’ll mix it up against Wales and bring out some things we haven’t tried yet,” claimed Scotland head coach Danny Addy. “We need to get the guys motivated again after such a low against France.”

All matches will again be staged at the Makis Stadium and live-streamed on -


Round 3 fixtures – Saturday 11th August

Match 9 – Seventh/Eighth place - Italy vs Ukraine -  (Pitch 2, 10am)

Match 10 – Fifth/Sixth place - Ireland vs Serbia - (Pitch 1, 10.30am)

Match 11 – Third/Fourth place – Scotland vs Wales – (Pitch 1, 4pm) - 3pm UK time

Match 12 - Cup Final - England vs France -  (Pitch 1, 6pm)



Elliot Campbell (Barrow Island), Euan Caldwell (Bon Accord Bulls), Matthew Fletcher, Luke Punton (Bradford Bulls), Timmy Kennedy, Jamie McCabe, Gregor Mitchell, Alex Williams (Edinburgh Eagles), Callum Kennedy, Fergus Simpson (Edinburgh Eagles/ Newcastle Thunder), Dan May (Halifax Elite Rugby Academy), Clem Harrison (London Skolars), Charlie Emslie, Connor Terrill (Millom ARLFC), Chris Paterson (Newcastle Thunder), Jack McMillan (Queensbury ARLFC), Conall McDonagh (Strathmore Silverbacks), Archie Andrade (Wakefield Trinity), Adam Hay (Wallsend Eagles)



Adam Young (Aber Valley Wolves), Cobi Green (Bradford Bulls), Benjamin Hunter, Jake Cannon, James Bartlett Morgan Rowlands (Cardiff Blue Dragons), William Lynch (Leigh Miners Rangers), Cai Ellis, James McGurk (Newcastle Thunder), Jacob Hitchcox (North Wales Crusaders A) Finlay Swift (Pilkington Recs), Matthew Jones, William Mills (Salford Red Devils), Lewis Hall (Warrington Wolves), Aneurin Walker, Ellis Simon, Fraser Stroud, James Smith, Macauley Harris (West Wales Raiders)