After three pool matches in Vannes, the Ireland Under-20s have moved base to Les Sables-d'Olonne for the IRB Junior World Championship play-offs. A win over host nation France tonight would give them a shot at finishing fifth overall next Sunday.
Fergus McFadden's desire to play international rugby on a regular basis was encapsulated by his last-minute try against Canada. The game was well won but Ireland wanted a sixth and final try and the in-form winger was only too happy to deliver, taking Paul Marshall's pass off a scrum and handing off Sean White to crash over in the left corner.
Ireland bid farewell to the 2013 international season with a runaway victory over Canada, with a new captain and interim head coach presiding over a successful summer tour which saw six players make the step up to Test rugby.
Toronto's BMO Stadium will play host to Ireland's final summer tour match when they meet Canada for the first time in four years. You can keep up-to-date with tonight's Test via our O2 MatchDay Live service right here on IrishRugby.ie.