Tuesday 14 April, 2015
Here’s all the sport Tuesday could handle.
Rhys Ruddock and Kane Douglas are the only players ruled out by Leo Cullen.
Sunday 12 April, 2015
The captain is gritting teeth for Ulster’s tough run-in.
“One thing I say about this group of guys: we might not be as experienced in certain areas, but they work hard and they don’t give in.”
Saturday 11 April, 2015
The champions welcomed Leigh Halfpenny back from concussion, but he picked up a shoulder knock before being replaced.
There was more than just inter-provincial pride at stake in Galway.
Thursday 9 April, 2015
Featuring our old friend Tom Watson.
The winger is following his return to play protocols this week after colliding with Kyle Eastmond’s shoulder.
Wednesday 8 April, 2015
Leinster have “made things hard” for themselves, but the veteran centre refuses to lose heart when the Champions Cup final is a step away.
There’s also news that doesn’t involve Rory McIlroy’s choice of caddy for the Par 3 competition.
The goal-kicker hailed the Aucklander as the biggest influence on his game.
County chairman Ger Donnelly says there will be no review of the manager’s position until their Championship tilt is over.
Tuesday 7 April, 2015
He gileted his body on the line for the Birmingham club.
The tournament favourite will be playing alongside Phil Mickelson until late on Friday.
Paulie’s back to bring the pain to Edinburgh this weekend.
With Tyler Bleendaal continuing his recovery, Munster could have two extremely talented Kiwis in midfield next season.
Monday 6 April, 2015
Jono Gibbes is coaching the best team in Europe at the minute, but can they keep their tempo up?
Sunday 5 April, 2015
We just about managed to resist going with an all-Clermont XV.
That’s why they’re champions.
Racing Metro lost the arm wrestle with Mark McCall’s side.
The three-time champions were left hanging on against Bath, but lie in wait for Toulon or Wasps in the semi-final.
Saturday 4 April, 2015
Can Sexton and O’Gara join the competition’s form team in a Saint-Etienne semi-final?
With their Pro12 chances in doubt, Leinster are hoping to make a big push in Europe.
Peter Stringer was back on Lansdowne Road hoping to force Leinster out of Europe.
Friday 3 April, 2015
James Hook created the first two scores of the game as Gloucester took a 14-point advantage into the break.
Saturday will be better.
The Leinster captain talks us through the food he needs in the hours before a vital Champions Cup kick-off.
Thursday 2 April, 2015
Staying indoors was fine until the clocks went forward.
It’s gonna be another great weekend of rugby, we can just feel it.
Wednesday 1 April, 2015
Don’t worry, April Fool’s day is almost over.
There won’t be many more opportunities to see the Kerryman start at 10.
Tuesday 31 March, 2015
Or maybe it’s been too one-sided to call a rivalry.
Sunday 29 March, 2015
New Zealander Tania Rosser was destined to play rugby, but she put time in in other codes too.
Saturday 28 March, 2015
It’s been a big week, readers. Put your feet up.
Bath’s Grand Slam winner is desperate to get back to Lansdowne Road.
Isaac Boss was left hoping Leinster won’t rue these two dropped points at the end of the season.
The Munster legend feels he has more to give to professional rugby after his contract with Bath expires.
Friday 27 March, 2015
Last year’s finalists both take three points from a brilliant match.