Wales U21 v Scotland U21
Virginia Park, Caerphilly RFC 5th April 2002 2.30pm kick off
15 Gareth Swales Swansea RFC
14 James Strong London Welsh
13 Hal Luscombe Newport RFC
12 Matthew Brayley (Capt)Swansea RFC
11 Liam Roberts Cardiff RFC
10 Nicky Robinson Cardiff RFC
9 Michael Phillips Llanelli RFC
1 Paul James Neath RFC
2 Adam Matthews Neath RFC
3 Adam Jones Neath RFC
4 Luke Tait Cardiff RFC
5 Ryan Jones UWIC
6 Rhys Williams Ebbw Vale RFC
7 Gareth Williams Llanelli RFC
8 Rhys Jones Newport RFC
16 Matthew Miles Northampton
17 Phil John Llanelli RFC
18 Bryn Griffiths Llanelli RFC
19 Robin Sowden-Taylor Cardiff RFC
20 Chris Miller Cardiff RFC
21 Michael Hooke Newport RFC
22 Richard Jones Cardiff RFC
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