Former Ireland International’s Son Included In France’s U-20 Six Nations Squad

Like father, like son.

Trevor Brennan’s son Daniel has been named in France’s U-20 squad for the upcoming Six Nations championship.

Daniel, who in June 2016, signed a two-year contract with Toulouse, is already a France international at U17 and U18 levels and was named in their squad for last year’s World Rugby U20 Championship in Georgia.

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The 125kg prop has been named in the 33-man panel for Les Blues’ first two outings against Ireland and Scotland.

His father Trevor carved out a highly successful career for himself with Toulouse following a move from Leinster back in 2002. The versatile forward, who could play lock or in the back-row, played in three consecutive Heineken Cup finals, winning two.

France open their campaign against Ireland in Brive on Friday 2 March before travelling to Broadwood Stadium to face Scotland a week later. They then host Italy and England before a final weekend trip to Colwyn Bay to take on Wales.