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Ahead of his 100th Test cap, here is Paul O'Connell's debut try for Ireland
Ireland scored off a rolling maul at Lansdowne Road to rock Wales all of 12 years ago.

IRELAND CAPTAIN PAUL O’CONNELL will earn his 100th Test cap in Chaco, Argentina this evening when he leads Ireland out to face the Pumas [19:40 kick-off].

The lock has, thus far, appeared for Ireland 92 times and the British & Irish Lions on seven occasions. He has scored six tries and, in March, he captained his country to the Six Nations title.

General view of Paul O'Connell's jersey Dan Sheridan / INPHO O'Connell's jersey hangs in the Estadio Centenario dressing room. Dan Sheridan / INPHO / INPHO

O’Connell won his first cap for Ireland in 2002 and was on the scoresheet after a rolling maul rocked the visitors. Check it out here:

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