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O’Donnell Ruled Out Of Rugby World Cup With Hip Injury

O’Donnell Ruled Out Of Rugby World Cup With Hip Injury

The Ireland team management have issued a medical bulletin after Saturday’s win over Wales at the Millennium Stadium. Flanker Tommy O’Donnell has been ruled out of action having suffered a hip injury

Investigations at University Hospital Wales yesterday afternoon confirmed that Tommy O’Donnell suffered a hip dislocation in the game against Wales.  

He will be limited to non-weight bearing activity for at least six weeks and has unfortunately been ruled out of participating in the upcoming Rugby World Cup.

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Meanwhile, Andrew Trimble will have a a precautionary scan on the foot injury he sustained against Wales.

The Ireland team to play Scotland in the GUINNESS Summer Series will be named on Thursday live here on IrishRugby.ie.

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