SPORT: D’ARCY INCLUDED IN IRELAND STARTING 15 TO FACE ENGLAND
Wexford’s Gordan D’Arcy remains in the starting 15 for this Saturday’s game in the Six Nations against England.
Ireland coach Joe Schmidt has named an unchanged team.
D’Arcy will partner Brian O’Driscoll after he was deemed to have recovered sufficiently from a bug to take his place in the side in what is likely to be his last ever international at Twickenham.
On the bench Iain Henderson takes over from the injured Dan Touhy while the uncapped Jordi Murphy replaces Tommy O’Donnell.
Meanwhile England have made one change to the starting line-up to face Ireland.
Bath prop David Wilson comes into the team for the injured Dan Cole.
Fly-half George Ford is likely to make his debut, as he’s on the bench instead of Brad Barritt.