NORTH Berwick rugby starlet Rory Darge could win his second U20 cap against France at Broadwood on Friday evening. 

Darge has retained his place in the squad after coming on for his U20 debut during the defeat to Wales last weekend. 

He is again on the bench, while Finn Hobbis, from Gullane, is once more not among the 23-man squad that shows three changes from the Wales match. 

Logan Trotter comes in on the wing for Sam Yawayawa who joins Darge - a late call-up to the initial squad following injuries to other back-row players - on the bench. 

In the other changes, Edinburgh Rugby’s Callum McLelland moves to inside centre after featuring at stand-off last weekend Ross Thompson takes the number 10 jersey.

Charlie Chapman replaces Kaleem Baretto at scrum-half.

Stevie Scott, Scotland U20 head coach, said: “The squad have worked hard this week and they’re looking forward to testing themselves against a strong French outfit at Broadwood on Friday night.

“We made mistakes against Wales and there are things we need to work on ahead of this weekend. If we get these things fixed then we can go into the weekend with a bit of confidence again.”

The game kicks off at 7.35pm.