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In his cut-off vest the Tats are blazing. There’s a smile on his face. Andrew Porter gives the impression he has found a place in his game that is comfortable with his spirit. A try last time out against Lyon in the company of Josh van der Flier, Max Deegan, Sean Cronin and a Dave Kearney couple. That can do it.
But casting a colder eye he should probably be one of the more brooding of the players who walk through the door. Why? The door stop. Tadhg Furlong.
But patient Porter is a plotter. The tattoos that cover much of his arms and leg are not a narrative of impulsive, storied nights out. They are not laid down to mark the passing of time, the first try, the first cap or today his 24th birthday.
“I plan them out way in advance. They’re an expression of character,” he says of the ink. “I think them through more than anything. Over a few years I think them through. It’s not just made overnight, it’s not a decision made lightly.”
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