Ireland prop White retiring from rugby

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The 35-year-old featured in last year's World Cup

Ireland and Connacht prop Nathan White is retiring from professional rugby union aged 35 on medical advice.

The decision's been made following a concussion injury.

White was born in New Zealand and won 13 caps after qualifying to play for Ireland on residency grounds, and featured in last year's World Cup.

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