Leinster have confirmed that Jamie Hagan has rejoined the province on a short-term contract, and in a similar deal Clontarf’s Tony Ryan will make the step up from Ulster Bank League rugby.
With 23 Leinster players selected in Ireland’s Rugby World Cup training squad, Jamie Hagan will provide cover in the front row in the early stages of the new GUINNESS PRO12 campaign.
The 28-year-old prop has 46 Leinster appearances to his name, four of which came last season when he was on a short-term loan from London Irish.
Meanwhile, Clontarf back rower Tony Ryan has also joined Leinster on a short-term contract. Ryan started for Clontarf in their Ulster Bank League Division 1A final defeat to Lansdowne back in May.