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UK News England could miss out on Harlequins starlet Louis Lynagh

04:10  21 september  2021
04:10  21 september  2021 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Louis Lynagh is fully aware of the expectation his name brings. As the eldest son of Australian World Cup-winning legend Michael, he is already used to carrying that weight. ‘I knew it was a thing – especially when I played at school,’ Harlequins ’ newest star, 20, tells Sportsmail. ‘People expected me to do great things every time, and the one time I dropped a catch people would go “oh, he’s not that good… he’s definitely living in his dad’s shadow” and all that. ‘He’d say himself I’m making my own career, not based off him. It helps he is who he is, and he can help me see the game differently, and

Louis Lynagh scores his first try during Harlequins ’ win at Newcastle. Photograph: Richard Lee/Seconds Left/Shutterstock. Radwan thought he had another try 90 seconds into the second half but the referee pulled play back for an earlier Quins advantage and the visitors went further ahead in the 44th minute as Lynagh once again scored in the corner after quick hands from Allan. The Falcons would not lie down though, as Sean Robinson intercepted a pass in midfield from Care and made 20 metres before feeding Louis Schreuder, who had the gas in the tank to score in the corner.

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England could miss out on Harlequins starlet Louis Lynagh — son of Australia legend Michael — and would be powerless to stop the Wallabies or Italy moving in for him this autumn.

The winger, 20, is not expected to be included in Eddie Jones’ first squad of the summer, a 45-man group announced on Monday for a brief training camp next week.

So Australia or Italy could pinch Lynagh — who qualifies for both, and for England via his parents — as early as next month. Lynagh grew up in south London and has played for England Under 16, 18 and 19. Australia are considering relaxing their ‘Giteau Law’ which bans overseas players with fewer than 60 caps representing the Wallabies.

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Louis Lynagh scores his first try during Harlequins ’ win at Newcastle. Photograph: Richard Lee/Seconds Left/Shutterstock. Radwan thought he had another try 90 seconds into the second half but the referee pulled play back for an earlier Quins advantage and the visitors went further ahead in the 44th minute as Lynagh once again scored in the corner after quick hands from Allan. The Falcons would not lie down though, as Sean Robinson intercepted a pass in midfield from Care and made 20 metres before feeding Louis Schreuder, who had the gas in the tank to score in the corner.

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Australia and Italy enquired about Lynagh — who scored twice against Newcastle on Sunday — at the time of Quins’ Premiership title win in June, but England did not.

The RFU admitted they could lose him and other dual-qualified talents to the system. Asked if he was concerned about Lynagh’s allegiance, Conor O’Shea, the RFU’s director of performance said: ‘It is a fact of life. If not, other countries wouldn’t be doing their jobs. If we do our job properly, we get our pathway going.

‘We will still lose players, yes, but more people will have an attachment together — they grow up in little pockets, get bonds and experiences and that is quite difficult to split apart.

‘There are some players who will have a parental influence — whether it be a mother from Treviso or father from Australia, who is a bit of a legend — but Louis has come through the English system and it is great to see someone like him do well at Quins.’

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