Zebo forced out of Ireland training

Date published: July 14 2015

Ireland suffered a scare in their World Cup preparations when winger Simon Zebo limped out of training with a knee injury.

Zebo had to leave training and get treatment from the Irish medical team and get an ice pack placed on his knee.

The Munster winger wasn't the only player who couldn't complete the training session, with Isaac Boss and Gordon D'Arcy also picking up knocks.

Boss suffered a hamstring problem, while it was unclear what was affecting D'Arcy.

A serious injury to Zebo would be particularly problematic, with the 25-year-old having featured in four of Ireland's five games during their victorious Six Nations campaign.