[The Independent] have to fill in the absence of the injured Brian O'Driscoll. The coach, Declan Kidney, must choose between Tommy Bowe and Keith Earls, although the in-form Ulsterman Andrew Trimble and the Leinster midfielder Fergus McFadden are also in the shake-up.
[Mirror.co.uk] - Meanwhile, Scotland winger Andrew Trimble insists the art of captaincy remains crucial as Ireland prepare for their longest spell under the leadership of Paul O'Connell. O'Connell has been installed as skipper for the Six Nations in place of Brian
[Telegraph.co.uk] - Keith Earls, Fergus McFadden, Tommy Bowe and Andrew Trimble have all played well there in the past and another option could be playing Paddy Wallace with Gordon D'Arcy.” The first thing Kidney has considered is the futility of trying to find a
[ESPNScrum.com] - "Keith Earls, Fergus McFadden, Tommy Bowe and Andrew Trimble have all played well there in the past. There's even the option of having Paddy Wallace and Gordon D'Arcy there too. "It won't be a like for like replacement, there are different combinations
[Telegraph.co.uk] - McLaughlin's charges finally got some respite when they swept to the opposite wing from a lineout but Andrew Trimble fumbled in a tight corner. Momentum looked set to swing the home side's way again when Ulster were penalised and Parra took the penalty
[Yahoo! Eurosport UK] - Earls will partner Gordon D'Arcy with Andrew Trimble coming into the team on the left wing. "Keith trained really well last week and it was on that basis we made the decision," coach Declan Kidney told reporters. "He's looking forward to it and