|Birth||26 January 1995|
Garry Ringrose (born 26 January 1995) is an Irish rugby union player for Leinster and the Ireland national under-20 rugby union team.
Following his acclaimed performances for the Ireland under-20s, Leo Cullen handed Ringrose his Pro12 debut against Cardiff Blues on 12 September 2015. He scored his first Pro12 try in his second match, a 37-13 win against Newport Gwent Dragons on 3 October.
Ringrose made his debut for the Ireland under-20s against Scotland at the 2014 Six Nations Under 20s Championship, but he was dropped, and played no further part in the tournament, after his side's second game against Wales. He returned to the side for the 2014 IRB Junior World Championship and scored three tries as Ireland reached the semi-finals. His performances at the tournament led to his inclusion on the four-man shortlist for World Rugby Junior Player of the Year.
He was selected on the bench for Ireland's historic win against the All Black's in Chicago in November 2016, but didn't take the field. He did though win his first Ireland cap a week later, starting the 52-21 win against Canada at the Aviva Stadium. In the final game of Ireland's 2016 Autumn Internationals series, he scored his first international try in a 27-24 victory over Australia.