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Boss Ruled Out Of Scotland Game

Boss Ruled Out Of Scotland Game

Following a scan on his injured shoulder this morning, Ulster scrum half Isaac Boss has been ruled out of this weekend’s clash with Scotland in the RBS 6 Nations championship.

The scan took place in Belfast and the results confirmed that Boss has injured his AC joint. He will undergo a rehabilitation programme and the injury will be reassessed next week.

The Tokoroa-born player, who came off the bench to score a try against England, picked up the injury playing for Ulster against the Llanelli Scarlets at Stradey Park on Saturday.

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Eoin Reddan has already been called into the Irish squad to act as cover.

Boss has played seven times for Ireland, making five appearances as a replacement. His intercept score against England at Croke was his first try in an Irish jersey.