Blow For Ireland As Two Stars In Danger Of Missing November Series
Ireland could be without captain Rory Best and experience fullback Rob Kearney for their upcoming November series.
Leinster boss Leo Cullen yesterday revealed that Kearney is facing 6-8 weeks ago with a hamstring injury, while Best was pictured ahead of Ulster’s win over Scarlets last night on crutches.
Best, who toured with the Lions this summer, is also facing problems with his hamstring and is awaiting results on a scan, but could face a similar period out of action.
Ireland are already set to be without Robbie Henshaw and Garry Ringrose for the series, which will see them take on South Africa, Fiji and Argentina at the Aviva Stadium.
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