Monday 3 October, 2016
Jack O’Donoghue and Rory Scannell have shrugged off neck injuries while Colm O’Shea and Andrew Conway are expected to come through concussion protocols.
‘It breaks my heart that I didn’t come through for my team and county.’
The Welsh club wielded the axe on Franceso Guidolin today after much speculation.
The Pumas could not contain Anton Lienert-Brown on Saturday night.
Sunday 2 October, 2016
Plus, Cruyff on Cruyff and a frightening tale of a pre-match fire.
Saturday 1 October, 2016
Do you agree with the RTE panel’s selection?
Dublin’s Jonny Cooper also received a black card.
Stephen Rochford has also made a late tweak, naming Rob Hennelly in goal.
Fury said hello to his little photo-shopping friend.
Friday 30 September, 2016
Fraser McKenzie had already been omitted from the squad for tonight’s clash with Connacht before today’s ruling was released.
Craig Gilroy is back in the side alongside fullback Charles Piutau.
Thursday 29 September, 2016
You can only be captain for so long.
The defending champions welcome Edinburgh to Galway in bad need of a win.
Wednesday 28 September, 2016
We'll Leave It There So: Betting boxers get knuckles rapped, Mystic Mac makes his call and all today's sport
You’ve made it through Wednesday, treat yourself to a nice cup of tea like Stephen Kenny.
If everything goes to plan, the ex-Connacht man hopes to make his bow in blue at the Aviva Stadium.
The Leinster and Ireland flanker is approaching the end of a long road to recovery.
The Springbok ‘wouldn’t mind staying,’ but may not be given the choice.
Tuesday 27 September, 2016
The Wexford man is good friends with his mentor and rival for the number three shirt.
Monday 26 September, 2016
Plus, the world reacts to the death of Arnold Palmer.
Fraser McKenzie will miss Friday’s trip to Connacht if he picks up a ban.
The utility back picked up a thigh injury before the province’s sole defeat this season.
Ex-Leinster man Jimmy Gopperth finished off under the posts after Wasps found a very non-textbook way off their own five-metre line.
Nobody planned to have Louis Ludik playing outside centre, but he excelled there.
Sunday 25 September, 2016
Fair warning: Pocock’s Tweet is far more than skin deep and the squeamish among you may want to avoid it.
The 37-year-old came in under the two-hour mark.
Plus the cautionary tale of Robert Swift:’a millionaire at 18 and junkie at 27′.
Saturday 24 September, 2016
Saracens and England’s one-man engine room finally ran low on diesel.
Catherina McKiernan took another second place in her build-up to next month’s Dublin Marathon.
Friday 23 September, 2016
Yet the head coach title will still belong to Diego Dominguez.
The powerful Kerryman is one of six changes from the side who started poorly away to Zebre.
The eastern province have relied heavily on their opening 40 so far this season.
Thursday 22 September, 2016
USA Rugby opens door to possible expansions from abroad, but 'reiterates support' for domestic league
‘Any outside competition would have to align within the strategy and plan we are developing.’
Head coach Leo Cullen reports that Sexton has been taking a full part in training for some time and won’t be taking on the Ospreys cold.
Saturday 3 September, 2016
A neck injury forced the fullback to retire at the age of just 28, and he’s barely taken a day off since.
Monday 29 August, 2016
Will this be the year Rory Best gets his hands on a trophy for his native province?
Sunday 28 August, 2016
“We have a saying in Connacht that we share the workload. It’s not about getting forwards and wrecking them so they can’t run with 20 minutes to go.”
Friday 26 August, 2016
The westerners were in Sale yesterday for training session with added intensity.
The northern province are playing two games in Kingspan Stadium tonight. Ruan Pienaar will sit out the fixtures with an elbow injury.
Wednesday 24 August, 2016
The Aucklander his hoping the influence of the ‘exceptional’ Graham Henry can give Leinster and edge in his second year back after retirement.
Bowe gunning for All Black fixtures as pain of his 'last proper game' lingers on after knee nightmare
The wing hopes to play in the early weeks of the new season, but Ulster Director of Rugby Les Kiss must deal with an injury crisis in the front row.