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Quinn Roux begins against Scotland as Ireland's wounded crisis grow




Quinn Roux arrives at the Irish Rugby Team training at Carton House in Maynooth, Co. Kildare. Photograph by Ramsey Cardy / Sportsfile
Quinn Roux arrives at the Irish Rugby Team training at Carton House in Maynooth, Co. Kildare. Photograph by Ramsey Cardy / Sportsfile
Connacht & Quinn Roux. Picture: Sports Range

Connacht Quinn Roux is looking to start Ireland against Scotland on Saturday because Joe Schmidt has a lot of taxes. raised after last night's loss to England.

Devin Toner (ankle) and Garry Ringrose (harrowing) were removed from the second game of the Six Nations, joining with CJ Stander, Andrew Conway, Tadhg Beirne, John Henderson, Luke McGrath and Kieran Marmion on a list of injuries that is growing far.

Irish resources are tested at the second row and it is expected that Roux will be introduced for a Toner and will notify the Scots who are in receipt of a toner. looking forward to Jonny Gray back.

Born in South Africa, who is suitable for living in Ireland when he moved to Laighnidh in 2012, won his 10th head, if expected, he will get a # 39 ; defeated his company Ultan Dillane and Billy Holland who came to the South-

Fortrose's presence could continue until Rob Kearney returns to the crew at the back end, with Robbie Henshaw and her; try to enter the midfielder. Ke Ear Earla is suitable for play.

Another extraordinary option is to leave Henshaw at the bottom and put Chris Farrell instead of the Ringrose that has been in an amazing form for Munster.

In the back row, it is anticipated that Seán O Brien will come in to stand in Number 8 after the Munster star has replaced this weekend and its & # 39; starting for Leinster against Wasps last month.

Jack Conan is another option when he started at Number 8 against Italy and Australia for the last season, as long as Jordi Murphy is in the & # 39; mixed.

"There is always a voice inside and out, and we know that the locks are talking together, at least all of them are involved in every nothing, "said the Greg Feek coach.

"Quinn has made a huge contribution to the calling of the line, the team's instructions and the range, it is moving in when it is Well. There is an opportunity for them to grow and learn. People get around and make sure that these people are feeling comfortable in the environment of this Test Game. "

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