The IRFU has
confirmed that Robbie Henshaw has extended his IRFU contract which will see him play his rugby at Leinster up to at least the end of June 2022.
Henshaw made his international debut against the USA in the summer of 2013 and has gone on to win 37 caps to date for Ireland. He started every game of the 2015 Six Nations Championship and played in the opening two games of the 2018 Grand Slam success before injury curtailed his involvement. He returned to the Irish midfield to start all three of the summer tests against Australia.
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Contract News: @henshawrob signs IRFU contract extension to 2022 which will see him stay in Ireland with @LeinsterRugby#TeamOfUs #ShoulderToShoulder https://t.co/wOSmUdKHHW pic.twitter.com/y3hT9lco7d
The Athlone native played his part in securing a first victory over the Springboks on South African soil in 2016 and scored the decisive final try in the win over New Zealand at Soldier Field.
He represented Ireland at the 2015 Rugby World Cup playing the pool games against Italy, and France and the quarter-final against Argentina. Robbie toured with the 2017 British and Irish Lions making four appearances.
Robbie won a Guinness PRO12 title with Connacht in 2016 and since his move to Leinster he has won a European Champions Cup and Guinness PRO14 title (both 2018) and has made over 30 appearances for Leinster.