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Denis Leamy

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Denis Leamy
Player details
NameDenis Leamy
Age32
ClubUnassigned
PositionBack Row
BornCashel, Ireland
Height1.88m

Ireland Squad List

Back :

  • Conor Murray
  • Paul Marshall
  • Isaac Boss
  • Rob Kearney
  • Eoin Reddan
  • Craig Gilroy
  • Tommy Bowe
  • Robbie Henshaw
  • Darren Cave
  • Paddy Wallace
  • Jonny Sexton
  • Paddy Jackson
  • Brian O'Driscoll
  • Gordon D'Arcy
  • Andrew Trimble
  • Fergus McFadden
  • Luke Fitzgerald
  • David McSharry
  • Keith Earls
  • Simon Zebo

Forward :

  • Richardt Strauss
  • Donnacha Ryan
  • IaIn Henderson
  • Donncha O'Callaghan
  • David Wallace
  • Chris Henry
  • Michael McCarthy
  • Peter O'Mahony
  • Mike Ross
  • Cian Healy
  • Tom Court
  • Declan Fitzpatrick
  • Michael Bent
  • Paul O'Connell
  • Devin Toner
  • Lewis Stevenson
  • Sean Cronin
  • Rory Best
  • Jamie Heaslip
  • Sean O'Brien

Denis Leamy NEWS

8th September 2011

Leamy: We're better this time

No 8 Denis Leamy believes a happy Ireland will be a dangerous Ireland going into their Rugby World Cup campaign.

16th May 2011

Leamy given the green light

Munster flanker Denis Leamy has been cleared to play in the Magners League final despite injuring his neck against the Ospreys.

25th November 2010

Leamy - Pumas could get punished

Denis Leamy believes Argentina players could get sin-binned if they play cynically at the breakdown against Ireland this weekend.

23rd December 2009

Leamy facing long absence

Ireland back-row forward Denis Leamy will miss the RBS Six Nations Championship due to injury.

26th November 2008

Quartet agree Munster stay

Ireland vice captain Paul O'Connell is one of four players to have agreed new contracts with Munster.

18th March 2006

Irish earn dramatic Triple Crown

Ireland secured the Triple Crown with a dramatic late victory over England.