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But while they face off to each other looking to avoid the wooden spoon, much like their senior counterparts, Wright believes his side are playing for much more than just pride with the Junior World Championships fast approaching.
And as Scotland look to bounce back from a 26-0 thrashing at the hands of Ireland last time out, Wright is looking for a reaction from his players as they bid to get moving in the right direction again.
“Our line-out and collision cost us dearly, we lacked accuracy in both areas but it was most evident against their choke defence and when we did get the ball we weren’t patient or composed. We rushed our attack and that meant we lost the ball quickly,” he said.
“Saying that though, our defence at times was heroic and the shape was very, very good.
“The worst thing for me was we had taken 90 steps forward up to the France match a fortnight ago and tonight we took a number of steps back.
“Next week we have to win and take those steps forward again, that will be the guys’ last chance to play together and to finish on a high, ahead of the IRB Junior World Championship.”