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Ruadhán Quinn Follows The Trend And Drops An F-Bomb After Scotland Rout

Ruadhán Quinn Follows The Trend And Drops An F-Bomb After Scotland Rout
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Ireland U20s embarrassed Scotland U20s in Glasgow earlier this evening, coming away with an 82-7 victory in their Six Nations clash.

The win sets up Ireland for a Grand Slam decider against England next Sunday, at a sold out Musgrave Park.

In an ominous start to the game, Ireland scored their first try after barely two minutes, through Andrew Osborne, with Sam Prendergast pulling the strings and adding to his already extensive highlight reel, and Scotland only touching the ball for a split second.

The game continued in similar fashion with Scotland playing like a weak Tier 2 nation, as Ireland finished the first-half 47-0 ahead, after their power game wreaked havoc.

Munster's young star Ruadhán Quinn bagged two tries in that first-half, before completing is hat-trick in the second 40 and winning the Player of the Match award.

He also followed Mack Hansen's lead by dropping an F-bomb in his post-match interview.

Well firstly we had the two weeks off after the last game. We had lots of work-ons, although we were winning, there was lots of little flaws, a few things to improve on.

So I thought we had two tough weeks of training, training against the seniors last week, which really showed the level, a few things like that.

Really just cleaned up small, tighter off shapes and a few things like that, which I thought really found holes today to help us run through.

I'm happy now. It's been a tough enough championship at times, not always getting the chances and the opportunities but I was fuckin' delighted with today, and I found my way.

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"But at the end of the day, it's not about me, it's about the team," continued Quinn.

"We got five points and that's what really matters.

"I know Musgrave Park I've played there a few times, a few happy memories there.

"We'll enjoy tonight first, celebrate, review the match, get back, a few more tweaks, hopefully for next week because we know how strong that English side is.

"So enjoy tonight and come back tomorrow, catch up, patch up whatever needs to be patched up and yeah, hopefully next week goes well."

Ireland play England on Sunday March 19 (kick-off, 5pm).

SEE ALSO: 5 Players From The 2008 Ireland U20s With Different Journeys In Life

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