Five of the best: Centurion Johnny Sexton’s best Ireland games in the eyes of his peers

Five of the best: Centurion Johnny Sexton’s best Ireland games in the eyes of his peers

There’s something about centuries, in any sport. Irish rugby is no different. Although it’s become more commonplace, it’s still an elite club, and today Johnny Sexton joins a mere half a dozen other Irish players to reach this momentous milestone.

Out in front, on 133 caps, is Brian O’Driscoll, who simply puts it thus: “Johnny is a 100-cap player. You don’t get poor 100-cap players and it just feels that he is someone who warrants being in that small enough club .”

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