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    //->@@@@SPAN id=news_c&#111;ntent>@@@@SPAN ="storyline">O'Gara picks up ankle injury during loss to France@@@@/SPAN>
    @@@@SPAN ="storytime">12/02/2007 - 11:39:56@@@@/SPAN> @@@@/SPAN>


    @@@@SPAN>Ronan O'Gara suffered an ankle injury during Ireland's 17-20 loss to France at Croke Park yesterday.

    The Munster out-half who scored all of his side's points - four penalties and a try - finished the game but the ankle became swollen afterwards.

    Coach Eddie O'Sullivan said that it was unlikely the number 10 would train this week but that he expected him to be fully fit for the visit of England in two weeks time.
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    #2
    [img]smileys/shock.gif[/img]Oh bo***cks.
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      #3
      feck [img]smileys/sad.gif[/img]

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        #4
        arse[img]smileys/sad.gif[/img]

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          #5


          Girls!
          How come when Peter Parker was bitten by a radioactive spider he gained superpowers yet when Alexander Litvinyenko ate some sushi laced with polonium he lost his hair and died? Once again it\'s one rule for comic book superheroes and another for KGB turncoats.

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            #6

            Originally posted by Don Quayballs

            Girls!

            Wondered how long it would take!

            Need to lift spirits with a giggle or two!

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              #7
              Thank fcuk it's 2 weeks to the eng game and not a one week turnaround. ROG hasn't been in top form in the 2 matches so far but would be a massive loss if he's not fit for visit of the auld enemy.

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                #8
                He'llhardly be released for the Borders game, so.

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                  #9


                  Originally posted by Piquet
                  He'llhardly be released for the Borders game, so.

                  I'll safely say your spot on.

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                    #10
                    wouldnt have been anyway
                    Hi sham, gimme 2 pints of carling, a bottle of bud, and a vodka and orange for the burd

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                      #11

                      Yeah, chances are it'll be a big loss.

                      That said, am I right in thinking RoG really got his break when Humphries was injured? Paddy Wallace did very well during the Autumn Internationals. Would be a real thrown-in-at-the-deep-end moment for him to start against England...

                      In the 7 odd years he's been playing for Ireland, RoG hasn't been injured for long that I can remember (disadvantage of drinking during matches - can never remember the details of the game [img]smileys/lol.gif[/img])

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                        #12


                        "No major concerns" according to RTE radio, swelling went down overnight. (Rogs ankle that is..[img]smileys/wink.gif[/img])

                        BoD &amp; Strings on course for return for Eng game


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                        <h1>O'Gara suffers ankle injury</h1>
                        @@@@SPAN ="storyDate">Monday, 12 February 2007 14:17@@@@/SPAN>
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                        Ireland
                        fly-half Ronan O'Gara will miss training this week after sustaining an
                        ankle injury in yesterday's 20-17 RBS 6 Nations defeat by France.


                        O'Gara, who scored all of Ireland's points in Croke Park's dramatic
                        Test rugby debut, finished the match only for his ankle to swell up
                        shortly after the final whistle.


                        The Munster fly-half's availability for England's visit to Dublin on
                        February 24 is not in doubt but coach Eddie O'Sullivan revealed he will
                        be rested this week as a precautionary measure.<div id="story_island"> </div>


                        O'Sullivan said: 'Ronan had an ankle problem. We don't know what happened because he finished the game.


                        'He must have gone over on it late in the match because he has no
                        memory of it happening. It was a little bit sore after the game.


                        'We iced it and he was walking around OK but then last night at the meal it swelled up quite a bit.


                        'We're confident it's just a knock and nothing sinister. The swelling has gone down and it's a lot better.


                        'But it's sensible not to put any pressure on it so he won't be training this week.'


                        Skipper Brian O'Driscoll and scrum-half Peter Stringer, who missed
                        yesterday's clash with hamstring and hand injuries, will also return to
                        training next Monday.


                        O'Sullivan said: 'Brian and Peter will be fine for England. Time was
                        against them for France but England won't be a problem - unless
                        something unforeseen happens.
                        'The plan for both of them is that they'll take full part in training next Monday. This week they'll continue their rehab.

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