Joe Carbery: Ireland fly-half fit ahead of Samoa Pool D match

Ireland fly-half Joey Carbery has declared himself fully fit from Samoa before Saturdays Pool A decider.
Despite taking an injury, was brought and states he is prepared to repay the faith.
Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt backed him shake off the ankle ligament problem he suffered in at Dublin in Augusts 29-10 victory over Italy and wanted Carbery in his squad – despite the fears that he could miss the tournament.
The 23-year-old came off the bench to the host nation, Japan in the 19-12 loss, but then aggravated his ankle dilemma and was a late withdrawal from the triumph over Russia.
However, Carbery has obtained atremendous confidence boost ahead of Saturdays match, he says, following training fully and without impediment on Tuesday.
Hopefully Im 100 per cent today, its been a pretty frustrating year with injuries, explained Carbery.
But I am fully back now and return back to myself as I was. I suppose I will just get out there and do exactly what Ive been performing.
I suppose with the timing of the accident just before we left Japan, and also the character of it as well, it was definitely likely to be a bit of a frustration.
But to be fair I was lucky enough to be considered and that I did enough to get on the airplane.
The coaches revealed a great deal of faith in me and Im really thankful for this. I wish to repay that faith now. I want to go outside and do the job and show them that they were not wrong; thats certainly in the back of my head

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