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Conor Murray takes the news pretty well.
If, going by what Joe Schmidt said yesterday about players having decided not to partake in commercial gigs in the week ahead of internationals, then it’s a watching brief against Wales on Saturday for the scrum-half.
It may have been the plan to rest the Lions number nine for this outing but that’s not to say he wouldn’t love to get back out on the field, having lasted just half of the brutal defeat to England and missed ten minutes of that for a Head Injury Assessment.
“So that’s me dropped so,” the Limerick man, a late replacement for Tadhg Furlong to promote the Aviva Mini Rugby Nations Cup, says with a smile.
Schmidt knows what the 30-year-old can do and how central he is to making an impact at the World Cup, notwithstanding that Ireland have beaten both England and New Zealand without his services in recent years.
Getting to a first-ever semi-final in Japan is the priority but Murray admits that his World Cup hopes flashed before his eyes in the moments aft
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