Six Nations & Keith Earls

The Six Nations Championship (referred to as RBS 6 Nations as it's sponsored by the Royal Bank of Scotland) is an annual international rugby union competition involving six European sides: England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland and Wales. Keith Gerard Earls (born 2 October 1987 in Moyross, County Limerick) is an Irish rugby union footballer for Munster in the RaboDirect Pro12 and Heineken Cup. 5.0/5

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Today's Rugby News: Munster winger Keith Earls will miss Ireland's Six Nations campaign after suffering a knee injury in Sunday's Heineken Cup win over Edinburgh. Wales Coach Warren Gatland says Jonathan Davies could be back from injury sooner than expected to play a part in Wales' Six Nations campaign. Ireland coach Joe Schmidt faces an anxious weekend wait over Jonathan Sexton's fitness while Keith Earls looks likely to miss the early stages of the Six Nations Championship. Gloucester lock Will James has confirmed he will retire from playing at the end of the season. Bath have signed England tighthead prop Henry Thomas from Premiership rivals Sale for next season. Bristol have confirmed winger George Watkins will leave the club at the end of the current campaign for the Cardiff Blues Wasps wing Tom Varndell is facing another spell on the sidelines after suffering a ruptured biceps injury for the second time this season. Jack Nowell is determined to stake his claim for a regular place on the wing for Eng ...
MUNSTER’S flying winger Keith Earls is an injury doubt for Ireland’s opening Six Nations fixtures after injuring his knee in the province’s Heineken Cup victory over Edinburgh at Thomond Park yesterday.
Six Nations 2013 Scotland v Ireland: Ireland player ratings Posted on Feb 25, 2013 15. Rob Kearney – 5 Untroubled at the back, and threatening at times but in general this was another quiet performance from Kearney who now finds himself in a real battle for his once-assured Lions jersey. 14. Craig Gilroy – 6 Luke Marshall’s misplaced pass meant we had to wait until after the interval for Gilroy to register the only try of the game, his first in a Six Nations fixture. Ireland will hope to see more of Gilroy running in the remaining rounds. 13. Brian O’Driscoll – 6 Irish rugby analyst George Hook described this as O’Driscoll’s worst performance in a decade. Even at that the former captain would have scored if Keith Earls had the presence of mind to look inside, and he’s still the one man his teammates look to for a moment of inspiration. 12. Luke Marshall – 7 Ireland had an attacking threat at inside centre for the first time in a number of years as Marshall enjoyed a terrific debut at Mur ...
is the most naturally-talented young props in the country, Cian Healy made great strides in his second full season with Leinster last year, helping them to Heineken Cup glory. Like Munster’s Keith Earls, Healy was a member of the Ireland Under-20s’ Grand Slamwinning side and was included in Ireland’s extended 2009 RBS Six Nations squad. The Dubliner is a powerful and pacy presence in the loose and an improving scrummager. Made his debut in the November 2009 draw with Australia and further enhanced his reputation in the defeat of World Champions South Africa at Croke Park it is all true
Ireland boosted by Earls return: Keith Earls is set to return to the Ireland squad for Saturday's Six Nations ga...
Keith Earls has withdrawn from Ireland's RBS Six Nations clash with Wales. Fergus McFadden takes his place. | Setanta
Earls Out Of RBS Six Nations Opener.: Keith Earls has withdrawn from the Ireland side for the RBS Six Nations ga...
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