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Chris Farrell Selected As Part Of The Initial Ireland World Cup Squad

Chris Farrell (11597) Is Selected As Part Of The Initial Ireland Training Squad For The Rugby World Cup Training Camps.

Courtesy of sport360.com
Courtesy of sport360.com
A 44-strong Ireland training squad has been announced for the upcoming Rugby World Cup pre-season and preparatory camps which commence in mid-June. The squad includes Chris Farrell (11597), who already has 5 Ireland Caps.

Chris, who plays for Munster, lost in the semifinals of the Pro14 competition to the eventual winners Leinster.

And sadly the same fate befell Tom O'Toole (12405), who plays for Ulster, losing in the other Pro14 semifinal to Glasgow.


 Courtesy of BBC.com
 

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