The Ricoh Arena played host to Ireland U20s' final Six Nations game tonight against England.
Sitting third in the table, Ireland U20s knew that a win would guarantee them second-best, at worst. In a fiery first-half in Coventry, Ireland got on the board first.
After turning over the ball close to the England try-line, the ball was worked across the pitch brilliantly before a Harry Byrne grubber-kick played into Tommy O'Brien preempted a pass into James Hume who finished the move off.
Having missed the conversion, an England try (and similarly failed conversion) leveled things up - parity wouldn't last however.
O'Brien again showed his ingenuity with this wonderful interception for Ireland's second try of the night.
In the end, it wouldn't be enough as England ran out winners in the final Six Nations tie.