WARRIORS fly-half Luke Scully has been included in the Wales U20s squad for the forthcoming U20s Six Nations.
Scully played for Wales U18s before he joined the Three Pears Warriors Academy from Neath Port Talbot College in the summer of 2018.
He was in contention to make his Under-20s debut for Wales last season before he was ruled out by injury but he has been in sparkling form for Cavaliers in this season’s Premiership Rugby Shield.
Scully, who can also played at centre, has been included in a 33-strong squad for the Six Nations in which Wales will play their home matches against Italy, France and Scotland at the Zipworld Stadium in Colwyn Bay.
“We been through the identification process thoroughly and it has resulted in us arriving at this stage of the Six Nations. There are still a lot of players out there that are still in contention for the Junior World Cup and it’s a case of keeping that identification going while competing in this Six Nations period,” said Wales U20s head coach Gareth Williams.
“For myself going into my second season, I’m really excited in knowing what I am going into.
“We’ve got a fresh coaching group, Richard Kelly carries over with the forwards so that continuity is excellent but we are very fortunate as well to have two new additions in Gethin Jenkins and Richard Fussell,” he added.