Ireland coach Eddie O'Sullivan has named two uncapped players - Paddy Wallace and Conor McPhilips - in his 35-man training squad in preparation for the autumn internationals.
Wallace will be looking to impress at the three-day training camp from September 26-28 after being denied the chance to win a first cap when injury forced him out of the Japan tour.
O'Sullivan welcomes back most of his British & Irish Lions players, with the exceptions of injured trio Brian O'Driscoll, Gordon D'Arcy and Malcolm O'Kelly, while Eric Miller and Anthony Horgan are both also sidelined.
Ireland welcome New Zealand to Lansdowne Road on November 12 and take on Australia the following weekend before hosting Romania on November 26.
Ireland training squad: Simon Best (Belfast Harlequins/Ulster), Shane Byrne (Saracens), Reggie Corrigan (Greystones/Leinster), Leo Cullen (Leicester), Simon Easterby (LIaneli), Anthony Foley (Shannon/Munster), John Hayes (Bruff/Munster), Marcus Horan (Shannon/Munster), Bernard Jackman (Clontarf/Leinster), Denis Leamy (Cork Constitution/Munster), Matt McCullough (Ballymena/Ulster), Donncha O'Callaghan (Cork Constitution/Munster), Paul O'Connell (Young Munster/Munster), Johnny O'Connor (Wasps), Alan Quinlan (Shannon/Munster), Frankie Sheahan (Cork Constitution/Munster), David Wallace (Garryowen/Munster), Roger Wilson (Belfast Harlequins/Ulster); Tommy Bowe (Belfast Harlequins/Ulster), Kieran Campbell (Dungannon/Ulster), Girvan Dempsey (Terenure College/Leinster), Gavin Duffy (Harlequins), Guy Easterby (Blackrock College/Leinster), Denis Hickie (St. Mary's College/Leinster), Shane Horgan (Lansdowne/Leinster), David Humphreys (Dungannon/Ulster), John Kelly (Cork Constitution/Munster), Kieran Lewis (St.Mary's College/Leinster), Kevin Maggs (Belfast Harlequins/Ulster), Conor McPhilips (St.Mary's College/Connacht), Geordan Murphy (Leicester), Ronan O'Gara (Cork Constitution/Munster), David Quinlan (Northampton), Peter Stringer (Shannon/Munster), Paddy Wallace (Ballymena/Ulster).
Before Will Greenwood started breaking down moves off the field, he was doing the business on it - and no match better illustrated the type of marauding centre he was than in a virtuoso performance against Wales.