Scotland Under-18 head coach Grant McKelvey rings the changes for his team's second engagement against Italy in at the Five Nations festival in Wales.
After a brave performance in a 29-9 loss against a Marland Yarde inspired England outfit, the young Scots will be looking to bounce back against the Italians, who also went down to England earlier in the year by 12-28.
Stuart Hogg is in at full-back as Jamie Urquhart moves to the wing, with Andrew Hall and Mark Bennett also coming into the backline.
Harry Leonard and Jamie Stevenson form a new half-back pairing, with the two being the only players in the starting XV based in England. Indeed, Stevenson recently won the Daily Mail U18 Cup with Whitgift, so will look to translate his form at schools level to the international stage.
Up front, Gavin Robertson and Andrew Redmayne come into the front five, with Rory Sutherland and Ben Johnstone making their bows in the back row.
15 Stuart Hogg (Heriot's)
14 Andrew Hall (Strathallan),
13 Michael Crawley (Stewart's Melville College)
12 Mark Bennett (Cumnock RFC)
11 Jamie Urquhart (Stirling County)
10 Harry Leonard (Brighton College)
9 Jamie Stevenson (Whitgift)
1 Robin Hislop (Hawick Wanderers)
2 George Turner (Stewart's Melville College)
3 Gavin Robertson (Earlston High School / Melrose Wasps),
4 Stuart Smith (North Berwick)
5 Andrew Redmayne (Kilmarnock)
6 Rory Sutherland (Hawick Wanderers)
7 Ben Johnstone (Stewart's Melville College)
8 Lawrie Seydak (Edinburgh Academy)
Peter O'Mahony was named man of the match against England last month
21 April 2017, 7:22pm
Peter O'Mahony's performance in the RBS 6 Nations finale for Ireland against England was crucial to his selection for the British & Irish Lions on Wednesday, Ireland and Lions defence coach Andy Farrell has revealed.