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The 13 players heading to Japan later this month are: Jordan Conroy, Billy Dardis, Ian Fitzpatrick, Foster Horan, Jack Kelly, Terry Kennedy, Adam Leavy, Hugo Lennox, Harry McNulty, Gavin Mullin, Greg O’Shea, Mark Roche and Bryan Mollen.
Ireland Rugby Seven side who qualified for the Tokyo games by Virtue of winning a repechage tournament which to be held at Monaco in June.
Rugby 7s at Tokyo Games schedule to played between 26 July – 28 July. Ireland has been Drawn in the Group C so in the group stage team to face South Africa, USA and Kenya.
Ireland captain Billy Dardis said: “Having the honor of being selected to captain Ireland at the Olympics is special and I don’t think I’ll come to realize the enormity of it for some time to come.
“Going to Tokyo, we as a squad are representing so much more than ourselves and our families, but Irish Sport and Irish Rugby on the biggest sporting stage. To lead this group out at the Olympics will be an extremely proud moment.”
“All the hard work and sacrifice has been worth it and now I just cannot wait to get out there and play.”
Billy Dardis (Terenure, capt)
Jordan Conroy (Buccaneers)
Ian Fitzpatrick (Lansdowne)
Foster Horan (Lansdowne)
Jack Kelly (Dublin University)
Terry Kennedy (St Mary’s College)
Adam Leavy (Lansdowne)
Hugo Lennox (Skerries)
Harry McNulty (UCD)
Gavin Mullin (UCD)
Greg O’Shea (Shannon)
Mark Roche (Lansdowne)
Bryan Mollen (Blackrock College)