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first_imgJacob Whitehead looks ahead to the first weekend of autumn Tests in the northern hemisphere for 2020 “It’s been a long time and the players are excited. We can’t wait now. It’s a game to get us back into our stride.” Head coach Wayne Pivac discusses key talking from today’s team announcement. #FRAvWAL ⑊ #HWFN— Welsh Rugby Union (@WelshRugbyUnion) October 22, 2020Some had thought Pivac may use the France game as an opportunity to experiment, but the former Scarlets boss has gone with experience – Alun Wyn Jones, Justin Tipuric, Taulupe Faletau, Dan Biggar, Jonathan Davies, George North and Leigh Halfpenny all start.Davies, who is back after a long-term knee injury, is forming a new centre pairing with Nick Tompkins, which is sure to excite Welsh fans.The big news though? Louis Rees-Zammit is set to be given his first taste of Test rugby having been named on the bench. It’s a good thing this game isn’t under the roof in Cardiff – things might just get a little too hot with the Gloucester man’s searing speed. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Ireland back new faces against ItalyInternational rugby is back in the northern hemisphere! The next two weeks will see the Six Nations finally finished – a competition which began on the 1 February and will see its champion crowned on Halloween. There could have been babies conceived, born and picked as an apprentice by Eddie Jones in that timeframe.And then it’s out with the old and in with the new as the inaugural Autumn Nations Cup kicks off, with Fiji and Georgia coming into the mix for four straight weeks of Tests.This first weekend of rugby is a bit of a strange one, with one Six Nations fixture mingling with friendlies, but there’s still plenty to be looking forward to as Test rugby kicks off once again…Ireland back new faces against Italy Ireland v Italy, 3.30pm, Saturday 24 October, Aviva Stadium, Live on ITVSpring is usually the time to freshen up, but Andy Farrell resisted the temptation to make any wholesale changes from the Joe Schmidt era back in February. His first game in charge, a 19-12 win over Scotland, saw only the debuts of No 8 Caelan Doris, who was unfortunate to go off early with a head injury, and hooker Ronan Kelleher, who was a late introduction off the bench.In contrast, Saturday afternoon’s Six Nations game against Italy in Dublin has seen a raft of players given a chance, with Leinster players in particular rewarded for rich provincial form.Hugo Keenan, fresh from beating Beauden Barrett’s bronco during lockdown, starts on the left wing. A graduate of Ireland’s sevens programme, his pace is almost as impressive as his rugby nous – he reminds me of Australia’s Dane Haylett-Petty.Powerful openside Will Connors will make his debut alongside Doris and CJ Stander in a back row that is an impressive carrying unit.Without wanting to get drawn into a debate on rugby’s residency rules, by far the most controversial selection decisions have taken place at half-back. Ulster’s John Cooney didn’t make Farrell’s squad for the autumn after a drop in provincial form. His replacement is Jamison Gibson-Park, who has represented the Maori All Blacks and is selected on the bench for this match ahead of Leinster team-mate Luke McGrath.There are a couple of other interesting selections in the Irish team. Jacob Stockdale will fill in at full-back after Jordan Larmour’s injury, while Tadhg Beirne is given a chance to nail down the second-row berth alongside James Ryan. It would take a braver gambler than me to bet against Beirne staking his claims for the Lions in the coming games.Finn Russell in untested waters Scotland v Georgia, 7.30pm, Friday 23 October, BT Murrayfield, Live on ITV4Look back to February and the world seemed all so very different. Social distancing was something you did to avoid small talk at parties, Wasps were languishing in the bottom half of the Premiership table and Finn Russell wasn’t being considered for international selection.Moving forward: Scotland coach Gregor Townsend with fly-half Finn Russell (Getty Images)It’s a story we all know well – a fallout on the eve of the Six Nations between Russell and Gregor Townsend saw the fly-half sent home.Yet Scotland still had an impressive start to the Six Nations. They lost to Ireland in a game they really could have won (how long ago does it seem since Stuart Hogg dropping the ball was a thing?!), and were only narrowly beaten by England in a pestilence of rain one week later.A 17-0 beatdown of Italy followed, before Russell’s replacement, Adam Hastings, played brilliantly well in an impressive 28-17 win over leaders France. Second place in the championship is a real possibility.Relationships often need space, and lockdown provided that breathing room for Townsend and Russell to get their partnership back on track, with the Racing stand-off returning to the squad for the autumn fixtures. But what will Scotland look like now?We know from his time at Racing that Russell stars when he is the boss – a team he can quarterback, built in his image. Will he ever be able to have this level of control for Scotland again? And what about Hastings, who will surely not be content to roll over and lose the shirt, a man who Townsend will justifiably feel some loyalty towards after his Six Nations exploits?Hastings has the start on Friday night against Georgia, with Russell on the bench. Can the Glasgow man hold off Russell’s challenge for the all-important Wales clash at the end of the month? Or could the pair be named in the same back-line at ten and 12, as discussed in the current issue of Rugby World magazine? 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France had plenty of it in this Six Nations until a Mohamed Haouas punch, a loss to Scotland and an enforced seven-month break from rugby almost destroyed their best chance of a Six Nations title in a decade.Back in: Vincent Rattez returns to the France line-up to face Wales (Getty Images)Still, coach Fabien Galthié can call on an almost identical XV from the spring, with wing Vincent Rattez the only personnel change from France’s Six Nations game against Wales, coming in for centre Arthur Vincent, who moves to the bench – remarkable consistency after such a long break.They will also come into the game against Wayne Pivac’s side with confidence, their 27-23 triumph over Wales in February arguably their most impressive performance since the 2011 World Cup.Speaking of momentum, Wales are desperate for a little of their own. 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first_imgCelebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement Watch the streamed gig for Fergal Nash album launch #HearThis: New music and video from Limerick rapper Strange Boy WhatsApp Previous articleBeauty and the ballNext articleFree art exhibition Guest Writer LIMERICK will soon enter the Age Friendly County programme, a nationwide initiative aimed at making Irish counties a great place in which to grow old. The programme, which works from the premise that older people are a valuable resource to their communities and to society in general, was widely welcomed by both city and county council. The initiative will seek to form on alliance of senior managers across the local authorities, health service, police, business community, voluntary organisations and academic institutions, with representatives from the Older People’s Forum, chaired by the county/city manager. For more information see www.agefriendlycounties.comSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Emma Langford shortlisted for RTE Folk Award and playing a LIVE SHOW!!! this Saturday Printcenter_img #SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’ Twitter Email Linkedin TAGSAge FriendlyagefriendlycountiesMusic Limerick Facebook NewsLocal NewsAge-friendly LimerickBy Guest Writer – May 10, 2013 527 New Music: 40Hurtzlast_img

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