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The Australian under 20s will take on the Australian Barbarians in a trial match ahead of the Junior World Cup in England. You can catch all the action from 7:30pm (AEST) in the free live stream embedded here on The Roar.
Full match replay available here, courtesy of rugby.com.au:
The Australian Barbarians produced two great tries in the first half against the Australian Under 20s. This double grubber play getting the Chatswood crowd on their feet:
1. Vunipola Fifita, 2. Jordan Uelese, 3. Sham Vui, 4. Harry Hockings, 5. Lukhan Tui
6. Angus Scott-Young, 7. Ikapote Tupai, 8. Rob Leota, 9. Angus Fowler, 10. Billy Gray
11. Joey Fittock, 12. Tom Molloy, 13. Liam Jurd, 14. Ah-Mu Tuimalealiifano, 15. Liam McNamara
Reserves: 16. Faalelei Sione, 17. Richie Asiata, 18. Tyrel Lomax, 19. Tom Pirrodi, 20. Ta Hosea, 21. Harry Nucifora, 22. Sapessa Lolo-Tarogi, 23. Simon Kennewell
24. Moses Sorovi
Australian Barbarians squad:
Cameron Orr (West Harbour), Duncan Chubb (Southern Districts), Brodie Leber (Wests), Phil Potgieter (University Queensland), Waita Setu (GPS), Oj Noa (Queanbeyan), Michael Richards (GPS), Dewet Roos (Southern Districts), Edan Campbell-O’Brien (Uni-Norths), Larry Hermens (Northern Suburbs), Andrew Robinson (Tuggeranong), Liam Berry (Uni-Norths), Paul Asquith (Harlequins), Mahe Vailanu (Harlequins), Neori Nadruku (Queenbeyan), Nick Blacklock (Parramatta), Max Pizzamiglio (Wests), Richie Skelton (Brothers), Jeremy Skelton (Brothers)