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