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Leinster Confirm Garry Ringrose Is Set For Lengthy Spell On Sidelines After Undergoing Surgery

The RBS 6 Nations Rugby Round 5 Aviva Stadium Dublin 18/3/2017 Ireland vs England Ireland’s Garry Ringrose

This morning, RTÉ’s Darren Frehill reported via Twitter that Leinster centre Garry Ringrose could be out of action until Christmas due to a shoulder injury that he suffered prior to Ireland’s summer tour in the USA and Japan. Hearing Garry Ringrose sidelined with shoulder injury until Christmas. Interesting pic on his Instagram. Hurt it before summer tour! pic.twitter.com/ckOa4fvgif — Darren Frehill (@Darrenfrehill) …

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Watch: Garry Ringrose Fires Timely Reminder To Warren Gatland Of His Lions Credentials With Slick Conversion Against The USA

When Warren Gatland named his 41-man squad for British and Irish Lions tour of New Zealand, Leinster and Ireland star Garry Ringrose’s name was not among them, despite having name-checked by the coach as one to watch. The 22-year-old has had an incredible season, having burst into the Ireland senior ranks and quickly become the first choice outside centre for …

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Leinster’s Garry Ringrose Responds To Namecheck By Warren Gatland

Garry Ringrose's season to date has been one any young player could only dream of.

Garry Ringrose’s season to date has been one any young player could only dream of.  Having grown up ten minutes from Lansdowne Road the Blackrock native has already, at just 22, realised the dream of playing for his country after debuting versus Canada late last year. In addition to this accolade, the centre helped his home province make it all the …

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Brian O’Driscoll Emphatically Endorses Lions Credentials Of “Man For All Seasons” Garry Ringrose

Comparisons between former Leinster and Ireland great Brian O’Driscoll and ‘new kid on the block’ Garry Ringrose have persisted, despite all and sundry playing down any such similarities. The 22-year-old exploded onto the international stage in 2016 when he was chosen by Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt for the November tests against New Zealand, Canada and Australia, scoring his first try …

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Watch: Top Five Tries Scored During The Month Of April

European Rugby Champions Cup Semi-Final, Stade de Gerland, Lyon 23/4/2017 ASM Clermont Auvergne vs Leinster LeinsterÕs Garry Ringrose runs in a try Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Billy Stickland

After 30 days of some scintillating rugby in both the southern and northern hemispheres, here’s a list of the top five tries for the month of April. Following on from Sky Sports New Zealand show Post-Match’s look back at the history of Super Rugby and the top five individual tries ever scored in the competition. I have decided to compile a video of the best …

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Two Irish And Two English Internationals Make Shortlist For EPCR European Player Of The Year

Wales v England - RBS Six Nations

In March, the EPCR released a 15-strong list of nominees for their 2017 European Player of the Year. Today, 10 of those players were dropped, as the organisation announced a 5-man shortlist. Eliminated from the running were Wasps flanker Thomas Young, Clermont Auvergne’s Noa Nakaitaci, Glasgow lock Jonny Gray, Leinster prop Tadhg Furlong, Wasps standout Joe Launchbury, Munster scrumhalf Conor …

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Andy Goode Selects His Lions 37-Man Squad

MAYNOOTH, IRELAND - DECEMBER 07: Warren Gatland, the Lions head coach, faces the media during the 2017 British & Irish Lions Coaching Team Announcement held at Carton House Hotel on December 7, 2016 in Maynooth, Ireland. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

With the Lions squad announcement drawing ever closer, speculation is sky-high as to which players will get the nod from Warren Gatland. With 37 seats on the plane to New Zealand available, there is going to be a wealth of talent left behind. Former England flyhalf and Pundit Arena columnist Andy Goode has selected the squad he would bring, and …

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