Larmour Starts Against Glasgow & Lowe Makes Debut

Written 6 months ago by Midlands Sport


Jordan Larmour has been named in the Leinster team for Sunday’s Champions Cup clash with Glasgow at the RDS.

The exciting 20 year old will make his first European start at full back in a back three with new signing James Lowe and Fergus McFadden. Lowe makes his European debut.

Rob Kearney has been named on the bench.

Captain Isa Nacewa returns to replace the injured Garry Ringrose in the centre and will partner Athlone man Robbie Henshaw.

Tadhg Furlong remains in the front row, having completed return to play protocols after a head injury.

Glasgow sit at the bottom of the pool having lost their first four games.

The Scots have left stars Stuart Hogg, Finn Russell, Jonny Gray and Tommy Seymour out of their team.

Munster captain Peter O’Mahony returns as one of four changes to their team for Sunday’s game against Racing 92 in Paris.

Billy Holland, Stephen Archer and Chris Cloete also come into the pack while the back line remains the same with Simon Zebo, Andrew Conway and Keith Earls in the back three.

Craig Gilory and Louis Ludik are back in the Ulster team for tomorrow’s make or break encounter with La Rochelle in Belfast.

Irish Internationals Ultan Dillane, Bundee Aki and Kieran Marmion return to Kieran Keane’s Connacht side as they travel to take on Worcester Warriors in the European Challenge Cup tomorrow.

Athlone’s Jack Carty is being rested as Craig Ronaldson will partner Marmion at half-back while Portlaoise’s Eoghan Masterson returns to the back-row.

A win for Connacht will secure a place in the Quarter Finals.

 

Craig Gilory and Louis Ludik are back in the Ulster team for tomorrow’s make or break encounter with La Rochelle in Belfast.