Thursday 5 November, 2015
All aboard. This is Connacht’s last stop before the 12,000 KM round trip to Krasnoyarsk.
Just the 15 changes for Leinster mean starts for Ringrose and Kelleher with returning internationals
Leinster can move to within a point of the league leaders if everything goes to plan tomorrow night.
‘The triple somersault, he’s a disgrace’ — Roy Keane let Ashley Young have it with both barrels last night
“If he’s a Man United player I’m a Chinaman,” says Roy.
Carter, Kaino, Nonu, Williams and Messam took a special guest to Porirua.
Wednesday 4 November, 2015
Banned from football and now burned at the stake. Everything’s going pear-shaped for poor aul’ Sepp.
The rookie head coach has a strict time-keeping policy around training.
The prolific Toulon wing is one of nine players with Test experience in the BlitzBokke training squad.
Tuesday 3 November, 2015
The Kiwi will still be around to lead Leinster’s squad when the Irish internationals head in to camp.
Meanwhile, Quinn Roux is to consult a surgeon this week, but Jason Harrs-Wright is at the end of a long road to recovery.
Monday 2 November, 2015
Jack McGrath and Devin Toner tell us how they’re managing the transition back to their day job.
Leo Cullen also says there is no injury concern over Sean Cronin or Jonathan Sexton.
The 22-year-old paved the way for Gio Aplon’s opening try.
He never goes out of style.
Here’s to the playmakers.
We only had 271 to pick from.
The world’s record points scorer topped off his Test haul with his weak foot.
Sunday 1 November, 2015
That crazy Munster-Ulster game, Nakarawa’s back on ridiculous offload duty and the rest of your Pro12 highlights
The World Cup is over, it’s time to embrace the Pro12.
Complete with images of 14 of them being dominated by New Zealanders.
The European champions had Mamuka Gorgodze, Steffon Armitage, Juan Smith and Mathieu Bastareaud in their ranks.
Ben Te’o and Jack Conan put in impressive shifts as the returning 10 had Leinster running from deep.
Don’t go feeling sorry for New Zealand just because the heart is about to be ripped out of their double World Cup-winning side.
Saturday 31 October, 2015
What do you make of the TV3 panel’s choices?
Thanks, All Blacks and Wallabies, for the best Rugby World Cup final ever.
Serious gesture from the All Black centre.
14 points conceded with a man in the bin? Steve Hansen doesn’t believe in worrying.
That was quite a ride.
We went minute-by-minute for the most important Trans-Tasman derby in rugby history.
18-year-old Cowley was in a defence marshaled by his old man.
Friday 30 October, 2015
Bryan Habana must be wishing his hands managed to stick a little earlier in the game.
We bet Kieran Read is super rattled right now.
And these two powerful tight five options are aiming for some Challenge Cup game time.
Gatland omitted Edwards from his Lions touring party in favour of Andy Farrell, but wants him by his side until 2019.
Thursday 29 October, 2015
With club successes in two hemispheres, the former Leinster coach will be king of the world if he beats New Zealand this weekend.
Wednesday 28 October, 2015
The Dubliner made 90 appearances for Munster and bowed out as captain after the second neck injury of his career.
Welcome home, Johnno.
Though in fairness, it doesn’t have many classics to compete with.
Monday 26 October, 2015
Take a bow, Giteau, Foley and Mitchell.
The flanker can look back with pride on a career with many more highs than lows.
Tackles, positive carries and line-out steals: every little helps.
Sunday 25 October, 2015
Who were your top performers in this weekend’s two games?