Leinster Player Has Played His Last Game For The Province After Being Ruled Out For Season
Leinster and Ireland lock Mike McCarthy has played his last game for the province.
McCarthy will miss the rest of the current campaign with back and elbow problems and is set to go under the knife to sort out his issues with the former.
The forward is set to join French PRO D2 outfit Racing Club de Narbonne at the end of the season.
Meanwhile Dave Kearney will is due to have further scans on an ankle injury picked up against Connacht.
He received oxygen as he left the pitch on Saturday evening, the latest blow in an injury ravaged campaign for the winger.
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