Ireland lock Tuohy fractures arm

Date published: February 10 2014

Ireland have revealed that Ulster lock Dan Tuohy fractured his forearm during the 26-3 win over Wales last Saturday in Dublin.

Ireland have revealed that Ulster lock Dan Tuohy fractured his forearm during the 26-3 win over Wales last Saturday in Dublin.

The 28-year-old came on as a replacement for Ireland captain Paul O'Connell in the second half.

Tuohy, who previously started Ireland's opening match against Scotland, has not yet been given a timeframe regarding when he will be able to return.

A number of players reported bumps and bruises following the game but none are considered to be serious injury concerns

A number of players will return to their provinces this week to get game time this weekend and the rest of the Ireland squad will attend a mini-camp in Clonmel this week.

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