Irish flanker Peter O’Mahony signed a two-year contract extension with the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) on Thursday and signed a contract to keep him in Munster until 2023.
The 31-year-old has won 74 caps and won three Six Nations titles, including the 2018 Grand Slam.
“It’s a great privilege to sign a state with a state that I’ve grown up and dreamed of playing,” Omahoney told IRFU.
“That’s what I’m saying very openly from day one, and I’m very happy to be able to continue my journey for another two years.”
Omahoney is currently banning three games at Six Nations after issuing a red card to Wales on the first weekend of the tournament.
Ireland lacked Omahoney because of France’s defeat and victory over Italy. He will also miss a trip to Scotland on March 14th, but will be able to play against England on March 20th.
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