The team Ireland is waiting for the fitness update on center Garry Ringrose after he got injured out of during the win of Leinster big Pro14 over Ulster at the weekend.
Ringrose is young and just 22-year-old and he sustained an ankle injury. This injury could rule him out of the first two Six Nations games which take will play against France and Italy.
This is really sad for Ringrose as he had returned to the game after recovering from shoulder surgery in the summer.
According to the reports, Leinster has confirmed that the player will miss the game of final European Champions Cup pool which will be played opposite Glasgow and Montpelier.
Ringrose now has 11 caps, and he has missed three autumn internationals of Ireland’s as while he was recovering from the operation in the month of July.
According to the experts, if Ringrose will not be included in the squad of Joe Schmidt for the 3 February fixture away to France, then Bundee Aki of Connacht could partner Robbie Henshaw of Leinster in midfield. Sad news for Ringrose!
One of the sport experts said on his injury that we were hopeful that after the comeback he will have a good time and will show some good performances. But, injury in sport is common. It came to him so early this is sad.
The second match of Ireland sees them host Italy in Dublin on February 10.
As far as the performance of Ringrose is concerned, he is a great player and has given many proud moments to his team. This truly a bad news for Ringrose as well as his fans, but we are hopeful that he will recover from this injury as well fast and will be seen on the field soon.