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The best pictures from Ireland's final training run on home soil

Joe Schmidt was able to run two Irish XVs against each other as he perfects a game-plan to take France down.

THE SUNSHINE SMILES from Tuesday were replaced with steely glances, this morning, in the Carton House fog. Ireland are currently en-route to France but found time for a final, intense training session on home soil.

Here are the best pictures from Ireland’s Thursday training session ahead of Saturday’s Six Nations decider in Paris.

Donnacha Ryan and Peter O'Mahony compete for a high ball Richardt Strauss studies Sean Cronin's throw. Source: James Crombie/INPHO

Mike Ross and Cian Healy One can only hope that Brian O'Driscoll (centre) was asked to carry Eoin Reddan.

Brian O'Driscoll and Gordon D'Arcy The midfield dream team - BOD and D'Arce.

Mike Ross and Joe Schmidt Joe Schmidt cracks a wide smile.

Conor Murray Conor Murray spins a pass.

Ian Madigan Ian Madigan has been named on the Ireland bench.

Paul O'Connell Lovely ball presentation by Paul O'Connell.

Peter O'Mahony Peter O'Mahony about to get his paws on line-out ball.

Keith Earls and Donnacha Ryan Keith Earls and Donnacha Ryan were called in for the training run.

Brian O'Driscoll shares a joke with RTE's Michael Corcoran O'Driscoll jokes with radio presenter Michael Corcoran. Source: James Crombie/INPHO

General view of the Irish team training in fog Source: James Crombie/INPHO

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