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Watch: Jordan Larmour Produces Outrageous Skill To Score Incredible Try


Jordan Larmour produced a moment of magic at the Aviva in Leinster’s Pro14 final victory over Scarlets. The province overcame their Welsh opponents 40-32 in a highly-entertaining clash in Dublin, one in which Leo Cullen’s side had built up a considerable advantage before Scarlets staged a late fightback. As the game ticked towards the hour mark, Larmour conjured up a …

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Sexton Recalls How He Had To Have A Word With Jordan Larmour During Emphatic Win

Jordan Larmour continued his upward career trajectory yesterday with an excellent 40-minute performance which helped Leinster to an emphatic victory over Scarlets in the Champions Cup semi-final. The 20-year-old came on as a half-time substitute for Fergus McFadden who picked up an injury when he went over for a crucial try in the corner just before the break. Unfortunately for …

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“He Has An Expectation Himself…” – Schmidt Hopes Larmour Will Rise To The Occasion

Sean McMahon reporting from Carton House. With Jordan Larmour being named on the bench for Saturday’s clash against Italy, there was no shortage of questions aimed at head coach Joe Schmidt during today’s media session surrounding the talented youngster. Larmour has been electric for Leinster this season both in the Guinness PRO14 and the Champions Cup but the 20-year-old faces …

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Jordan Larmour Set For Ireland Debut As Schmidt Names Team For Italy

With three consecutive home games coming up for Ireland, Joe Schmidt’s side have a great opportunity to stake a claim for Championship honours after overcoming the often tricky away trip to Paris.  Ireland, of course, snuck out of the French capital with a narrow 13-15 victory thanks to Jonathan Sexton’s late drop goal. The performance wasn’t without its flaws and …

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All You Need To Know About The 2018 NatWest 6 Nations

In the Northern Hemisphere, there is no greater rugby competition than the NatWest 6 Nations and in 2018, the six nations of Ireland, England, Scotland, Wales, France, and Italy, will again showcase the best of European rugby.  Before you break out your jerseys, here is everything you need to know about this year’s NatWest 6 Nations. _____ When did the …

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Watch: Excellent Fergus McFadden Break And Jordan Larmour Step Gets Leinster Off The Mark

Leinster host Ulster at the RDS in the last round of interprovincial fixtures before the Irish sides set their sights on European knockout qualification when the back-to-back games get underway next week.  Both sides are on the back of wins coming into this game. Leinster secured a narrow victory over Connacht last weekend at the Dublin venue while Ulster came from …

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