Ireland have a clean bill of health following their World Cup win over Samoa, which sets up a quarter-final against either New Zealand or South Africa next weekend.
Out-half Johnny Sexton played 50 minutes, while Joey Carbery returned after missing the Russia game with an ankle injury.
Rory Best was also replaced following Jordan Larmour's try in the 48th minute.
Conor Murray (53 minutes) and James Ryan (57 minutes) were also withdrawn, while the returning Robbie Henshaw managed 61 minutes.
"I think everyone came through in pretty good shape," Joe Schmidt told RTÉ Sport.
"We made some substitutions but none of them were injury-related.
"Probably the worst injuries were [from] the seams of the pitch, there was quite a lot of gravelly sand that came up so there’s quite a few boys with grazes but they are superficial."
Rob Kearney and Rhys Ruddock, who didn’t make the match-day squad having been "slow to pick up" during training last week, are deemed fit.
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Peter O’Mahony, who replaced Tadhg Beirne in the 60th minute, said: "You’ve seen from other World Cups it’s so important to have a healthy, fit squad.
"This game four years [v France] ago, we had a lot of men down after it.
"Physically, I don’t think you come across a side as dynamic as [Samoa]. Tackle-entry-wise, carry-wise, they are incredible athletes.
"We had to battle hard for 60-odd minutes."