Ireland wing Andrew Conway, aged 32, has retired from professional rugby due to a knee injury, according to his club Munster. Conway had earned 30 caps for Ireland and scored 15 tries, including two in last year’s Six Nations. He also played 150 games for Munster, scoring 50 tries.
In a statement, Conway expressed his disappointment at being advised to retire due to his knee injury. He acknowledged the tremendous effort put in by the medical staff to help him regain full fitness. Playing for Ireland was a dream come true for Conway, and he described the experience of singing the national anthem with his teammates, watched by family and friends, as the proudest moment of his life.
The article was reported by Chiranjit Ojha in Bengaluru and edited by Peter Rutherford. The reporting adheres to the Thomson RushHourDaily Trust Principles.
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