Kieran Marmion

  • Ireland internationals Kieran Marmion and Finlay Bealham have resumed training with Connacht ahead of next month's restart of the Guinness PRO14.

    Both players have recovered from long-term ankle injuries.

    Lock Quinn Roux is not expected to be available for Andy Friend's side until the end of August, he recently underwent surgery on his hand.

  • Connacht scum half Kieran Marmion is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines.

    The 26 year old requires surgery on an ankle injury and will be unavailable for selection until February.

    Marmion was injured during Ireland's November Test against Argentina, but still started Saturday's historic win over the All Blacks.

    He will sit out his Province's European Challenge Cup games against Perpignan, Sale and Bordeaux and the Christmas Inter Provincials, but could be fit for the start of the Six Nations. 

  • Scrum-half Kieran Marmion is set to miss Connacht's opening game in the European Challenge Cup.

    The Ireland international suffered an ankle injury in last Friday night's win at Ulster which will sideline him for their clash with Bordeaux at the Sportsground this weekend.

    Defence coach Peter Wilkins says the problem is not as bad as initially feared and he expects Marmion to back in time for Ireland's test matches next month.




  • Kieran Marmion looks set to return in the Ireland squad for Sunday's Six Nations match against France at the Aviva Stadium.

    The Connacht scrum half has been out of Joe Schmidt's plans since undergoing ankle surgery after starting November's win over the All Blacks.

    Leinster flanker Dan Leavy could also included for the first time this year after recovering from a calf problem.

  • Irish international scrum-half Kieran Marmion has signed a three year contract extension with Connacht up to the end of the 2022/23 season.

    The 27 year old joined the Connacht Academy in 2011 and, since his arrival in the Sportsground, has played over 160 games for the province.

    Marmion’s outstanding form during his time with Connacht has led to him being capped 27 times for Ireland since making his debut against Argentina in 2014.