Jack Carty: ‘In business or sport, it’s important not to let things go stale’

The Connacht captain won’t be off to France for the World Cup this time round, but he’s aiming for a top-four spot the United Rugby Championship, scoping out his options after rugby and running up that hill for Jack and Jill

Jack Carty: ‘I’d be lying if I said I didn’t want to play with Ireland again’. Picture: Dillon Photography

The eyes of Irish rugby fans will be focused on France for the next two months as Andy Farrell’s side aims to break through the glass ceiling of the quarter-finals in the world cup for the first time. One player, who is well-used to wearing the green jersey, is already thinking past that.

Jack Carty, Connacht’s captain and out half, was never expected to make this year’s squad. Despite being only 30 years old and ...