Prendergast looking to finish fine season on a high at U20 World Cup


A GOOD YEAR could be about to get even better for Sam Prendergast. This time last summer, the Kildare native was preparing for the opening rounds of a rather low-key U20 Summer Series. Since then, he’s helped steer the Ireland U20s to a Grand Slam and impressed on his first two starts for Leinster in the URC, so much so that his name entered the public conversation around World Cup…



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