14-Man Ireland Charge Back At Australia With Sensational Try
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All the way.
Ireland have just taken the lead against Australia for the first time in their U20s World Championship clash thanks to a sensational solo try from centre Stewart Moore.
The men in green went 10-0 down not long after having second-row Ryan Baird sent off for a clumsy challenge. But they have fought back in the second-half with two tries and now lead 17-10 with 60 minutes played at the time of writing.
Moore’s effort was created out of almost nothing – but it’a fair to say it’s been all Ireland so far in the second-half. If they can hang on it will be an incredible result for the youngsters.
"What a try from the Ulster centre!"
Australia U20s 10-17 IRELAND U20s
— eir Sport (@eirSport) June 8, 2019