Former Ireland International Comes Out Of Retirement To Play Club Rugby
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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.
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.
Couldn't keep the big man from locking down the tight side! #veteran would love to see the first appearance.. Stream?
— Cian Healy (@ProperChurch) September 14, 2017