Son of Wallabies legend to play for England
The son of Wallabies legend Michael Lynagh, has been named at fullback for England’s under-16 team to play against Wales.
Lynagh Jr attends Hampton School in London and is a member of the Harlequins academy.
The age-group Test will be held in Bath on April 30.
Lynagh Sr is Australia’s all-time leading point scorer with 911 in an illustrious 72 Test career between 1984-1995.
The canny fly-half was instrumental in the Wallabies’ maiden Rugby World Cup in 1991.
Thank you David. Yes indeed. Very proud. https://t.co/sgrO9tZOli
— Michael Lynagh (@LynaghMichael) April 20, 2017
Proud to announce that Louis Lynagh has been selected to start at full-back for England U16 v Wales. Delighted for him and his family. pic.twitter.com/wbTbvYipD1
— Hampton School Rugby (@HamptonRugby) April 20, 2017
— Piers Morgan (@piersmorgan) April 20, 2017