Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Front Five - 12.02.15

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Jordi Murphy is likely to be named on the bench as he can cover across the backrow, after his hard-working first Six Nations start at number eight in Rome.

Lions trio set to make Ireland comeback against France

Gerry Thornley - Irish Times

The key for Ross will be patience. In his last two games, he's benefited from attacking less, and letting his natural strength anchor the scrum.

Analysis : French scrum will benefit with Eddy Ben Arous involved but there is room for Rory Best to prosper

Neil Treacy -

A stunning finish on what was a memorable day for the school.
Cian Tracey - Irish Independent

For the third consecutive season, concussion was the most common match injury.
Daniel Schofield - Telegraph

The 'little brother' of Waratahs giant Will, Cameron (Skelton) signed for the Chiefs last year, making him the world's heaviest professional rugby player.

Rugby Onslaught's Heaviest XV: 2015 Edition

Rugby Onslaught

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