Feb 11 2011 by Donald Morton, Stirling Observer Friday
SCOTLAND’S U20s meet their Welsh counterparts at Bridgehaugh tonight (Friday).
Entry to the 7.30pm kick-off is free and Stirling fans will have the opportunity to support County winger Mike Doneghan and former back Glenn Bryce, who is now at Heriot’s.
Stirling scrum-half Sean Kennedy is on the replacements’ bench.
Scotland under-20 head coach Peter Wright saw his side swamped 47-5 by France last weekend in Caen but he is hoping for a different outcome this time.
“If we can impose the game we want to play it should be a cracking match for the crowd to enjoy,” he said.
“There’s a strong rugby community in the Stirling area, and I’d urge them all to turn out on Friday and help us come through what will be another challenging test.”
Former County lock Ally Kellock will skipper the Scots in the full international at Murrayfield. Kellock scored the opening try in Scotland’s 34-21 loss in Paris last weekend.