2018 will always be a year which Jordan Larmour remembers fondly.
He made his Ireland debut in the 2018 Guinness Six Nations championship against Italy and what followed could be described as nothing but a barrage of accolades.
A Six Nations title and Grand Slam, a provincial double with Leinster, a series win in Australia, a first Ireland start, toppling the All Blacks, winning the Guinness PRO14 Young Player Of The Year and nominated for World Rugby’s Breakthrough Player of 2018 – an incredible haul.
Nevertheless, the impressive 21-year-old remains grounded and is determined to become a better player in 2019.
The inspiration to do so comes from his own set of personal values and he also takes great motivation from his family who were crucial in his development to become an international rugby player.
“My family, they love coming to the games and watching me. So a lot of inspiration would be from putting on the jersey and going out there and you know, I just want to make them proud.”
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