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Iain HENDERSON

Iain HENDERSON - Ireland (Rugby) - International Rugby Union Caps. 2020-

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 09 March 2024

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    • POSITION
      Lock.
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Friday, 21 February 1992
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Craigavon, N. Ireland
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • Ireland (Rugby)
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Iain HENDERSON - Ireland (Rugby) - International Rugby Union Caps. 2020-

Iain Henderson pictured during Ireland's game at Twickenham in the

2024 Six Nations Championship.  England won 23-22 despite Iain

winning several line-outs.

 

International career: Played 75, Won 56, Lost 19.

 

2020 v Scotland (Dublin) W 19-12 (SN)

2020 v Wales (Dublin) W 24-14 (SN)

2020 v England (Twickenham) L 7-18 (ANC) (R)

2020 v Georgia (Dublin) W 23-10 (ANC)

2020 v Scotland (Dublin) W 31-16 (ANC)

 

2021 v Wales (Cardiff) L 16-21 (SN) (R)

2021 v France (Dublin)L 13-15

2021 v Italy (Rome) W 48-10 (SN)

2021 v Scotland (Murrayfield) W 27-24 (SN)

2021 v England (Dublin) W 32-18 (SN)

2021 v Japan (Dublin) W 60-52 (R)
2021 v New Zealand (Dublin) W 29-20

2022 v France (Paris) L 24-30 (SN) (R)
2022 v England (Twickenham) W 32-15 (SN) (R)
2022 v Scotland (Dublin) W 26-5 (SN)

 

2023 v Wales (Cardiff) W 34-10 (SN) (R)
2023 v France (Dublin) W 32-19 (SN) (R)

2023 v Italy (Rome) W 34-20 (SN)
2023 v Scotland (Edinburgh) W 22-7 (SN)

 
2023 v Italy (Dublin) W 33-17
2023 v England (Dublin) W 29-10
2023 v Samoa (Dublin) W 17-13
2023 v Rumania (Bordeaux) W 82-8 (World Cup) (R)
2023 v Tonga (Nantes) W 59-16 (World Cup) (R)
2023 v South Africa (Paris) W 13-8 (World Cup) (R)
2023 v Scotland (Paris) W 36-14 (World Cup)
2023 v New Zealand (Paris) L 24-28 (World Cup)


2024 v Italy (Dublin) W 36-0 (SN) (R)

2024 v England (Twickenham) L 22-23 (SN) (R)

(R) = Replacement.

Iain Henderson pictured during Ireland's 32-15 win at Twickenham over England in the 2022

Six Nations Championship. 12th March.