Dominic Ryan has been forced to retire from rugby at the age of 28 due to concussion.
The flanker's former club Leinster confirmed the news this morning, while wishing Ryan the best for the future.
Former Gonzaga College @LansdowneFC #LeinsterRugby and @IrishRugby player Dominic Ryan has been forced to retire through injury. He played over 100 times for Leinster before moving to @LeicesterTigers in 2017. Very best of luck in the next chapter Dippy. #LeinsterFamily pic.twitter.com/g6JxEE1MLW— Leinster Rugby (@leinsterrugby) September 8, 2018
The Dubliner played over 100 times for the province while also earning a single cap for Ireland in 2014.
Ryan moved to Leicester Tigers in 2017, where he suffered a series of concussions which ultimately forced his decision to retire.