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Lowe played Super Rugby for the Chiefs before moving to Ireland.
Leavy was a star of Ireland's 2018 Grand Slam
Arnold joined Connacht from Munster in the summer of 2020, making his debut against his former side that August before playing a further 15 times ...
Larmour has been a regular starter for Leinster since making his debut.
The Lansdowne clubman racked up 13 caps for Ireland after debuting in 2020
Keenan burst onto the international scene during the 2020 Six Nations
An ever-present in Ireland's victorious 2014 Six Nations campaign
Henshaw started all three Lions Tests v South Africa.
Healy has been a mainstay of Leinster and Ireland successes over the last decade.
David Hawkshaw captained the Ireland U20s to a Grand Slam in 2019
The New Zealander joined Leinster in 2016 after spells with the Blues and the Hurricanes.
Furlong played his underage rugby with New Ross RFC in Wexford.
The Skerries man is a product of the Leinster youth systems
A theoretical physics student in Trinity College, Dunne is a former St Michael's pupil.
He was named as the Pro14 young player of the year in 2019/20.
Dooley was part of the Ireland squad for the 2021 summer series.
The Lansdowne man was capped by Ireland in 2020.
Cronin has 72 Ireland caps and played in two World Cups.
The Kildare man was named on the 2019/20 Pro14 Dream Team.
He was an ever-present in Ireland's U20 success in 2019.
Ross Byrne has been an integral part of the Leinster team that won four Pro14 titles and the Champions Cup in 2018.
Byrne starred for Ireland U20s as they won the Grand Slam in 2019.
The former Clongowes student made his Ireland debut in 2020.
The utility back made his provincial debut at just 18 and has won over 50 caps to date.
The dynamic second row has enjoyed a steep rise in the game.