Garry Ringrose outside Ireland‘S Grand Slam clash with England After being taken off the field during a 22-7 win against Scotland on Sunday.

Ringrose, who played for Murrayfield for the 50th time, left the field on a stretcher, wearing an oxygen mask after suffering a head injury.

The Irish Rugby Football Association confirmed on Monday that it is returning to Dublin but will miss Saturday’s Aviva Stadium match.

“Garry Ringrose is doing well today and is back in Dublin,” the official website of the IRFU said in a statement. He will no longer be featured in this year’s Championship.”

The victory in Scotland, which topped the world’s number one team four points ahead of France, also cost second-placed Iain Henderson, prostitutes Dan Sheehan and Ronan Kelleher, and back row Caelan Doris injured. .

Henderson was due to undergo surgery on a broken forearm on Monday and the hatless Ross Molony of Leinster was called in to provide protection, while Tom Stewart of Ulster was also cast as Sheehan and Kelleher’s shoulder issues were managed within the camp. .

Doris will also be working with Ireland’s paramedics as she tries to recover from her hip injury.

The statement continued: “Iain Henderson will have surgery today due to a fracture he received in the first half of yesterday’s game. Hatless Ross Molony is added to the roster to provide additional second line protection.

“Dan Sheehan and Ronan Kelleher have suffered shoulder injuries against Scotland and will both be treated at camp this week. Ulster’s Tom Stewart is brought in as the cover.

“Caelan Doris’ hip complaint will also be treated at camp this week.”

Ireland will host struggling England at a sold-out Aviva for the 17:00 kick-off. Six Nations The championship, triple crown and a fourth men’s Grand Slam are up for grabs.