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#starter for 10

# starter-for-10 - Thursday 26 February, 2015

Horne steps in for suspended Russell as Scotland name side for pivotal Italy clash

Vern Cotter has made two enforced and two tactical changes for Saturday’s meeting with the Azzurri.

# starter-for-10 - Saturday 3 January, 2015

That Madigan magic and more talking points from Leinster’s win over Ulster

Ulster go back up the M1 licking their wounds while Leinster end the seasonal inter-pros in the playoff places.

# starter-for-10 - Monday 3 November, 2014

Sexton injury ‘nothing of concern’ for Ireland, but Best joins Ross as a front row doubt

Ireland had an agreement with Racing Metro to limit the number 10′s game time on Saturday.

# starter-for-10 - Thursday 17 April, 2014

‘It’s another world out there’, but Murray ready to fill Munster’s number 10 jersey if needed

Injury to JJ hanrahan means that Munster have no recognised back-up at out-half, but the scrum-half is confident he could temporarily fill the void.

# starter-for-10 - Friday 28 February, 2014

Opinion: No debate over starting 10, Italy Test calls for Jackson

The young out-half is an unfairly maligned character after rising to the top of his profession early.

# starter-for-10 - Thursday 27 February, 2014

Racing rule Sexton out of Italy game, IRFU say he might still make it

The French club say ligament damage will require between ’10 days and six weeks’ recovery time.

# starter-for-10 - Tuesday 7 January, 2014

‘This will define our season’, says Gopperth ahead of trip to Castres

Leinster’s out-half insists he’s happy to be kept guessing in his out-half battle with Ian Madigan.

# starter-for-10 - Sunday 8 December, 2013

Jackson wants chance to show versatility for Ireland

The Ulster man is standing up for himself after disappointment in November.

# starter-for-10 - Wednesday 20 February, 2013

New kid: Jackson ready to kick on with international career

Ireland’s youngest ever professional out-half is showing no signs of creaking under pressure.