Former Ireland International Comes Out Of Retirement To Play Club Rugby

Back in action.

Former Ireland and Leinster prop Mike Ross will make his return to rugby tomorrow, five months after he announced his retirement from the professional game.

The 37-year-old tighthead, who won 61 caps for Ireland and made 151 appearances for Leinster, has taken up a player/coach role with Malahide RFC and will line out for them tomorrow in their first game in Division 2C.

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Ross enjoyed a decorated professional career, winning two Six Nations titles with Ireland and two Heineken Cups, a Challenge Cup and two PRO12 championships with Leinster.