Watch: Australia score the second fastest try in U20 final history

Watch: Australia score the second fastest try in U20 final history

Australia came flying out of the gates in the U20 Championship final scoring the second fastest try in a World Rugby U20 Championship final with Issac Lucas putting Mark Nawaqanitawase way down the touchline with the winger scoring with just 49 seconds on the clock, just fifteen seconds shy of Liam Coltman's record when he dotted down against Australia in 2010.


The Junior Wallabies will rue their missed shots at goal in a game that saw seven lead changes.

France went on to claim a single point victory over Australia to retain the World Rugby U20 Championship thanks largely to the boot of Louis Carbonel who just missed one of his six shots at goal.

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