Wales Finish Competition with Italian Job Satisfaction; JUNIOR WORLD CUP: Wales Under-19s 19 Italy Under-19s 15

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Wales Finish Competition with Italian Job Satisfaction; JUNIOR WORLD CUP: Wales Under-19s 19 Italy Under-19s 15


Byline: HUW STHOMAS in Treviso

WALES won their fourth and last game in the 34th Junior World Cup when they beat the host nation, Italy, at Paese in the suburbs of Treviso on Saturday morning.

The victory over an Italian side that contained a senior Six Nations international in Mirco Bergamaso, younger brother of flanker Mauro Bergamsco, clinched seventh place in the end of tournament classification.

The mighty All Blacks retained their World Junior title by beating France in a one sided final 71-18 at Treviso, scoring 10 wonderful tries in front of a big crowd of over 6,000 people.

The key to the Welsh victory was the domination of the line-out where locks Luke Charteris and Jonathan Mills not only won their own ball with ease but continually disrupted and stole on the Italian throw.

The other vital area that swung the game Wales's way was in goal-kicking where Cardiff flyhalf Nick MacLeod hit four penalties in four attempts as well as converting the second-half try by full-back Matthew Jones.

Wales were stretched to the limit by the over-aggressive Italians who luckily for Wales incurred the increasing wrath of Kiwi referee Bryce Lawrence, son of former international referee Keith Lawrence. …

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