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Tuesday 7 February 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# jordan larmour

Last week
29th January 2023 - 4th February 2023
# back in the mix
Ireland's forgotten duo - Larmour and Stockdale look to bounce back after injuries
Both players didn’t play a single minute of Test rugby for Ireland in 2022.
# Impressed
'He's such a great guy to work with' - Farrell's high praise for in-form Larmour
The Leinster winger heads into the Six Nations looking to win his first Ireland cap since 2021.
Last month
January 2023
'He just wants to be involved the whole time' - Leinster's Larmour hits timely run of form
The Leinster winger scored two tries and was heavily involved throughout in the win against Connacht on Sunday night.
# dancing feet
Larmour lights up RDS but Leinster lose Sexton to injury in 7-try win over Connacht
The Leinster captain picked up a facial injury as the province made it 11 straight wins in the URC this season.
Last year
# ups and downs
'I remember thinking every season was going to be like that, just winning'
Jordan Larmour had early success in rugby but has had to deal with injuries recently. He’s still only 25.
# derby week
Leinster count cost of Sharks win as 'unlucky' Larmour set for spell on the sidelines
The province will be forced to rotate their squad for Friday’s URC interpro derby meeting with Connacht.
# instinctive
Jordan Larmour: 'Hopefully you're not over-thinking how to beat a player, you just do it'
Leinster winger Jordan Larmour discusses developing his game and pushing for selection with Ireland.
# Injury Update
Larmour and McCarthy close in on Leinster return
The province welcome Benetton to the RDS on Friday.
# Focused
In-form Jordan Larmour hoping to end frustrating season on a high
The Leinster flyer has stood out in the recent wins over Munster and Glasgow but missed out on the squad for the Champions Cup final.
# One-sided
Larmour lights up the RDS as Leinster stick 12 tries on Glasgow to book URC semi-final spot
The province recovered from a sloppy start to thrash the Warriors 76-14.
# Influential
Larmour puts his hand up for Marseille as La Rochelle receive Skelton boost
The fullback was in electrifying form as the province stormed to a 35-25 win over Munster on Saturday.
# Second best
Van Graan 'incredibly disappointed' after Munster fall short against Leinster again
Meanwhile Leo Cullen admitted he was pleased with how his young squad managed the occasion.
# no shortcuts
Larmour working way back to fitness after frustrating couple of months
The Leinster outside back says he’s ‘probably looking at a few more weeks on the sidelines’ before he returns to action.
# Setback
Andrew Porter to miss key Champions Cup fixtures following ankle surgery
The Leinster prop is expected to miss the European double-header with Connacht as well as a series of URC interpro derbies.
# Internationals
Furlong, Ryan and Larmour 'should be ok' for Ireland's Six Nations campaign
Leinster haven’t officially ruled the trio out of their clash with Bath on Saturday.
# Update
Leinster to monitor Furlong and Ryan ahead of Bath trip
The tighthead suffered a calf injury during Sunday’s defeat of Montpellier at the RDS.
All time
# putting the work in
'I’m seeing a lot of improvement in him' - Larmour backed to kick on after challenging year
Stuart Lancaster says he has been impressed by the winger’s work on the training pitch this season.
# Treatment Table
Larmour returns but O'Loughlin out as Leinster get set for clash with Zebre
Leinster play Zebre on Saturday afternoon.
# Injury Update
Farrell and Larmour ruled out of US clash as O'Mahony begins off-season
The Munster captain’s 2020/21 campaign concluded with last weekend’s win over Japan.
# Showdown
Ireland on 'red alert' for Van der Merwe as Scotland aim to turn the corner
Ireland have enjoyed dominance of this fixture in recent times.
Rome offers a perfect stage for Ireland's attack to cut loose
Andy Farrell has called for his team to show a clinical edge against Italy.
# clinical
Analysis: Leinster take their chance with superb set-piece score to break Munster
Ross Byrne had an impressive involvement as some of Leinster’s bench players made a late impact.
# Wide men
Keenan, Larmour and Kearney look sharp in Leinster's back three
Meanwhile, 20-year-old Ethan McIlroy continues to show his promise for Ulster.
# Injury List
Ruddock fit and Larmour back training but Leinster have a host of injury doubts
The province’s injury list remains lengthy and features some key men.
'Joe really does get a bit emotional and it doesn’t feel right. Like seeing your dad cry'
Rob Kearney recalls the end of an era with the Irish team.
# Back three
Ireland 'gutted' for Larmour but newcomers Keenan and Daly settling into camp well
Garry Ringrose has also welcomed the addition of James Lowe to the set-up.
# Doubts
Ireland coach Andy Farrell faces anxious wait on Henderson and Larmour
Ulster captain Iain Henderson was red carded this evening and faces a potential ban while Jordan Larmour went off injured against Treviso with a shoulder problem.
# Analysis
Larmour and Wootton show how work-rate is a crucial part of wing play
The Leinster and Connacht wide men worked hard across the pitch to feature in tries last weekend.
# Back three
'He's got amazing work-rate' - Leinster's Hugo Keenan continues to impress
Leinster’s back three depth will be tested by international call-ups and injuries in the coming months.
# Possible XV
Leinster weigh up big calls in back three and back row against Munster
Leo Cullen and Stuart Lancaster have had plenty of food for thought this week.
# fine-tuned
Larmour excited to grow into playmaking role and see what Lowe can bring to Ireland
The 23-year-old insists he will keep working on his ability to act as an additional creative force in Ireland and Leinster’s attack.
# contest
Analysis: The small details that make a huge difference in winning the aerial battle
Professional performance analyst Eoin Toolan examines the contests in the air in this Six Nations.
# beaten up
If you can't change the result - then change the players
That’s three defeats on the spin now for Ireland against England. Dropping a third of the side is no longer an area for debate but a necessity.
# jordan larmour
On your marks: How did you rate Ireland in their big win over Wales?
For the second week in a row, CJ Stander got the official man of the match award but this time he had plenty of rivals for that prize. Here are our ratings but tell us what you think.
# counter
Analysis: How Ireland can learn from the All Blacks to support Larmour
Eoin Toolan explains what Andy Farrell’s team can do to improve on counter-attack.
# mission
‘When you lose by a score that big, you feel quite embarrassed’
Jordan Larmour insists Ireland are out for revenge against Wales this weekend.
# Move On
'Energy is really the right word' as Ireland seek fresh start from new base
Ireland get their first chance to right a few World Cup wrongs this weekend.
# Options
A new fullback and big wing calls - Ireland's back three for the Six Nations
Will Addison and Jordan Larmour both impressed at 15 for their provinces.
# David Jones
Inside the Dublin school gym that made Ireland stars Larmour and Porter
A focus on getting the basics right has helped produce massive results at St Andrew’s College.
# Up and Running
Sexton expects to face Scotland as Ireland pass hooker Kelleher fit too
Jordan Larmour is, however, a doubt for the Six Nations opener.