Craig Gilroy is hoping to reboot his test career when Ireland play Georgia in the second of their Guinness Series International matches at the Aviva Stadium this weekend.
In 2010 Gilroy become the first player to score a try at the redeveloped Lansdowne Road. Two years later he burst onto the international scene. The Ulster winger scored two trys against the Barbarians, three against Fiji and another against Argentina. He played a key role in the 2013 Six Nations Championship, but hasn't featured for Ireland since the disappointing defeat to Italy, which brought Declan Kidney's reign to an end.
After a bad run of injuries the 23 year old is back in the frame for selection. Gilroy admits he has been hard to have had to watch from the sidelines, but is looking forward to a fresh start.