Left pillar Cian Healy, the most capped player in the current Irish squad with 107 caps, has extended his one-year contract with his federation until 2022 and will continue to wear the colors of the province of Leinster, announced on Friday the Irish Federation. At 33, Healy holds the record for selections for a pillar in Ireland and is the fifth most capped player in the history of the XV of Clover behind Brian O’Driscoll (133), Ronan O’Gara (128), Rory Best (124) and Paul O’Connell (108). Healy has won the Six Nations Tournament three times with his country, including the 2018 Grand Slam. He has also lifted the European Cup four times with Leinster, where he has played since his professional debut in 2006. The left pillar is the fourth Irish international to extend his contract with his federation since the end of February, after second row Iain Henderson, captain and opener Jonathan Sexton and third row Peter O’Mahony.