World Rugby U20 Championship set for kick off

Past action from the World U20 Rugby Championship/photo/courtesy

The eleventh edition of the World Rugby U20 Championship gets underway on Wednesday 30 May in France with the final set for 17 June. 
The tournament will be hosted in three locations that is the 18,555 capacity Stade dela Mediterranean in Belziers, the 12,000 capacity Parc des Sports Et De l’Amitie in Narbonne and the 14,593 capacity Stade Aime Giral in Perpignan.
South Africa will be the sole African representatives.The junior Boks who claimed bronze at the 2017 edition are in pool C in which they are scheduled to face Georgia, Ireland and hosts France.
The opening match of the tournament will see South Africa entertain Georgia at the Stade Aime Giral in Parpignan on Wednesday starting 6:30pm.
2018 World Rugby U20 pools
Pool A: New Zealand, Australia, Wales, Japan
Pool B: England, Scotland, Italy, Argentina
Pool C :South Africa, France, Ireland, Georgia