Ireland Receive MASSIVE Fitness Boost Ahead Of Scotland Game
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The jukebox is back.
Tighthead prop Tadhg Furlong has passed himself fit for Ireland’s crucial round four Six Nations clash with Scotland on Saturday afternoon.
The man once labelled as ‘the jukebox’ because ‘the hit just keep on coming,’ missed Ireland’s bonus-point win over Wales a couple of weeks back, after injuring his hamstring just three minutes into the game against Italy.
As reported by TV3’s Sinéad Kissane, Furlong says he trained full with the Irish team today, and as expected will be fit to play this weekend.
Tadhg Furlong has passed himself fit to play on Saturday. He said he trained fully today
— Sinéad Kissane (@sineadkissane) March 6, 2018
Ireland head into this weekend’s clash knowing they could end up sealing the Championship with a round to spare, depending on their result and England’s game with France.
No doubt their own task has become a lot more attainable with arguably the world’s best tighthead back and raring to go.