21 Jun 2012

Three changes to Ireland rugby side

11:27 am on 21 June 2012

There are three changes to the Ireland rugby side to take on the All Blacks in the third test in Hamilton on Saturday night.

Paddy Wallace, who was called into the tour as a replacement for the injured Gordon D'Arcy, goes straight into the starting side at second five for D'Arcy.

Keith Earls has recovered from the chest injury he picked up in the first test and is selected on the left wing in place of Andrew Trimble, who drops to the bench.

Peter O'Mahony, who came off the bench during the second test, has been chosen to start at number eight with Jamie Heaslip ruled out with a broken finger.

Ulster back rower Chris Henry comes into the matchday squad to fill the bench spot left after O'Mahony's promotion to the starting line-up.