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Cracking Leinster Try Prove Irish Players Do Know How To Offload

Cracking Leinster Try Prove Irish Players Do Know How To Offload
By Conor O'Leary

The biggest criticism of the Irish rugby team is that Joe Schmidt's national side does not make enough offloads. It was a feature of his Leinster side, but Schmidt feels like he doesn't have enough time to coach his players enough to do it.

But that doesn't mean that Irish players can't do it?

Not if you judge it by this great try from Jack Conan:

Noel Reid makes the initial break, and offload to Jordi Murphy. Murphy then makes a delightful quick pass to Nacewa before putting Conan over.

That's what we want to see. More of the same please.

Leinster move into fourth place, and it means that the Irish provinces are second, third, and fourth behind the early leaders the Scarlets.

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Picture credit: Ramsey Cardy / SPORTSFILE

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