SPORT: ROBIN COPELAND TO SEE SPECIALIST OVER INJURY
Wexford’s Robin Copeland’s hopes of making his Six Nations debut now look unlikely as his return from a shoulder injury is now set to drag on.
The 27-year-old is due to go for a scan amid fears that he might require surgery on the injury suffered against Leinster in December.
The backrow, who made his international debut off the bench against Georgia in November, had featured in 11 of Munster’s 15 games this season having joined from Cardiff during the summer.
It had been expected that he’d return for Munster against his former club this weekend and provide options for Ireland as the Six Nations progresses but he’ll now have to see a specialist about the ongoing injury.