This is all part of his motivational game. The effort that went into denying England a second try in the closing minutes was great to see.
Toner wins his 57th cap against Scotland.
Henderson remains the only player yet to sign or reject a national contract that would ring fence this Ireland squad from now until the Japan World Cup in 2019.
Speaking at Carton House during the pre-match press conference, Schmidt said those anxious that Ireland's attack doesn't go out wide and to the backs enough need to look at the games they've played a little closer.
"Iain is fully fit, absolutely".
"Garry's been extraordinary when he has played for us". Keith Earls' line break, Johnny's line break, Jacob Stockdale in the corner.
'It's a needs-must situation, but it's a situation where we've got a lot of trust and faith in Garry'.
British and Irish Lions prop Tadhg Furlong returns after suffering a hamstring injury against Italy - Andrew Porter who deputised impressively for him against Wales drops to the bench. If he comes through unscathed he could come into the frame to face England on St Patrick's Day. Beirne is trying out for inclusion on the Australia tour in June.
Larmour has been preferred to Fergus McFadden on the bench. "I would probably challenge people to do a little bit more homework and probably not follow the lead of someone who statistically doesn't balance up with what's said".
Ringrose, who played every minute of last year's Six Nations, links up with Bundee Aki for the first time in what is the 25th different midfield partnership during Schmidt's time in charge.
"There are a few areas of our game that we are working to improve and we are aware that we will have to be better if we are to beat a very good Ireland side in Dublin".
Furlong lines up alongside captain Rory Best and Cian Healy in the front row, while the back-row trio of Peter O'Mahony, Dan Leavy and CJ Stander remains.