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Adam’s explosive running game is matched by his potential to reach lofty heights in the game of rugby. He possesses a rare blend of athleticism, aerial ability, and handling skills.
He burst on to the scene in December 2012, aged 18, before going onto senior international honours with Ireland in November 2017. Adam moved from Leinster to Connacht in the summer and has huge ambitions to help bring trophies to the Sportsground.
“Because he is such an impressive, physical athlete, the supporters have taken to him as their poster boy for the new generation.”
Ed is a modern loosehead who scrums well, is physical, and carries very effectively. From his debut for Leinster in 2014, Ed is now a regular starter for his province and is in prime position to push for a starting role with Ireland.
At 27, he is about to enter the peak of his powers and we look forward to helping Ed get the absolute most from his career.
“He very rarely makes a mistake. He knows his role inside and out. It’s a very competitive area in Leinster and he’s put pressure on Cian for the starting spot.
“This year has been great for me. I am getting lots of starts in nice tournaments. I’ve got to try and take the opportunities as well. I got off to a decent start in Spain in the Canaries, I just need to march on from there.”
It’s been a meteoric rise for Ronan so far in his career. From Leinster debut to first Ireland cap within 12 months, there are no limits to what Ronan can achieve in the game.
We’re delighted to be working with such a talented athlete, Ronan represents the modern hooker, with a lethal combination of speed, size and dynamism.
“I definitely think this guy is the future for Ireland”
Terry is one of the ‘Original 5’ from the initial Ireland sevens squad picked back in 2015.
A star of the team that delivers on the world stage – Terry was the 5th top try scorer on the HSBC world series in 19/20.
He will be key to Ireland’s chances in the Olympics, and we look forward to watching his progress
“I’ll try and be modest, but I’d say we’re an absolute nightmare duo.”
Nick has enjoyed domestic and European success with his native Leinster and in recent seasons gained valuable experience in the Munster camp.
Nick’s return to Leinster is a great move at this stage in his career, as Nick looks towards Ireland senior honours.
“We know the qualities that Nick brings as a player, but also as a person. The additional experience he now has from two years in another environment is an added advantage.”
Calvin is an extremely exciting winger who made his debut as a teenager for Munster back in 2016-17, so far amassing 29 caps and scoring 6 tries for his home province .
A captain of his Ireland U20 team, Nash has all the natural ability to be a senior Irish international in the very near future.
“I thought he was our best player out there today, he defended really well, and he’s got blistering pace.”
Rory amassed an impressive 99 caps for Leinster and was a regular on the scoresheet. A versatile midfield back, he was a regular in the famous Leinster No. 13 shirt.
Rory secured a move to Exeter in the summer of 2022, he has since excelled in the Premiership and started in the first team week in week out. Rory will be chasing more domestic and European silverware with Exeter this season and beyond.
We’re look forward to helping Rory go as far as he can on and off the pitch.
“A great player and a pleasure to train and work with.”