The only survivors from that game are full back and try scorer Hallam Amos, right wing Dafydd Howells, lock Joshua Helps and flanker Calum Davies.
Team manager Roy James said: "We are looking forward to tomorrow's game against North Wales Under 17, especially after the reception we received in our win here on Saturday. It will be a chance to build on the momentum we created in the second half in that game, and also to give the players who didn't start against Italy the chance to stake a claim for a place in the side to play England on Sunday (Fylde, 2.30pm)."
Welsh Schools Under 16 team v North Wales: Hallam Amos (Monmouth / Gwent / Dragons); Dafydd Howells (Ystalyfera / Swansea Valley / Ospreys),Rhys Williams (Maelor School, Penley / Flintshire / Gogledd), Sam Edwards (Gartholwg / Pontypridd / Blues), Ashton Hewitt (Caerleon / Newport / Dragons); Jack Maynard (Bro Myrddin / Carmarthen / Scarlets), Shaun Clarke (St John's Aberdare / Cynon Valley / Blues); Bradley Davies (Maes Yr Yrfa / Carmarthen / Scarlets), Luke Williams (Argoed High School / Flintshire / Gogledd), Javan Sebastian (Queen Elizabeth High School / Carmarthen / Scarlets), Adam Williams (Olchfa / Swansea / Ospreys), Joshua Helps (Dyffryn Taf / Carmarthen / Scarlets), Calum Davies (St Josephs / Swansea / Ospreys), Will Boyde (Dyffryn Taf / Carmarthenshire / Scarlets), Tom Samuel (Builth Wells / Powys / Blues).
Replacements: Dillon Lewis (Ysgol Gyfun Gartholwg / Pontypridd / Blues), Torin Myhill (Ysgol Glan y Mor / Llanelli / Scarlets), Callum Mitchell (Eirias High School / Conwy / Gogledd), Rhys Pugsley (Caerleon / Gwent / Dragons), Tom Phillips (Coedcae / Llanelli / Scarlets), Josh White (Porthcawl / Bridgend / Ospreys), Daniel Brooks (Birchgrove / Swansea / Ospreys), Jack Dixon (Newbridge / Islwyn / Dragons), Craig Woodall (Amman Valley / Dinefwr / Scarlets)