Ireland make five changes for ‘second chance’ against Scots

FILE PHOTO: Rugby Union - European Rugby Champions Cup - Gloucester Rugby v Munster - Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester, Britain - January 11, 2019 Ben Vellacott of Gloucester Rugby in action with Keith Earls of Munster Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs

DUBLIN (Reuters) – Ireland made five changes, four of them enforced through injury, to the team that will travel to Scotland on Saturday in a bid to kickstart their Six Nations defence after a disappointing opening loss to England. Ireland lost number eight CJ Stander, lock Devin Toner and centre Garry Ringrose to injuries sustained […]

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