Rugby - Yesterday’s News
The Girls in Green were defeated 18-6 in the Six Nations tonight.
Joe Schmidt’s men aren’t giving up on the Six Nations just yet.
The Ireland head coach feels his team should have had a first-half try.
Wales and Scotland shared five tries in an entertaining encounter under the roof in Cardiff.
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It was an intensely physical battle at Stade de France.
Gareth Davies came up with a terrific finish, but should have been called back.
Jaco Peyper could have yellow carded two French players.
Ireland’s hopes of a third consecutive Six Nations title faded at Stade de France.
A nice touch from the broadcaster as Paulie joined Keith Wood and Thomas Castaignede in the studio.
Referee Jaco Peyper is making no friends in Ireland this afternoon.
Knee worries for O’Brien at the Stade de France.
The props came through unscathed and should be available to win a few more match minutes next weekend.
Nigel Carolan frank as Ireland U20s fall to a second successive defeat.
Joe Schmidt’s side are looking to claim their first win of the tournament in Paris today.
Dion O’Cuinneagain talks to The42 about the Munster back-rower, his days as Irish skipper and plans for the summer tour of South Africa.
We’ve also got a reference to that time Graeme Souness got conned by a name claiming to be George Weah’s cousin, and a bagel injury.
Philippe Saint-André spoke to The42 about his concerns for French rugby.
Fly-half Caughey putting Olympic dreams on hold with a Six Nations crown to defend.
All eyes turn to the Stade De France this afternoon.
Both this weekend’s Six Nations clash and Ireland’s Euro 2016 curtain-raiser are being staged at the Paris ground.
It was a 21-point defeat for Nigel Carolan’s side.
The 31-year-old explains the intricacies of defending the wide channels with Ireland.
‘There has been a little bit of a shift in mentality, not just against the French.’
Rugby - Friday 12 February, 2016
Callum Black scored their only try on his 100th appearance for the province.
Leo Cullen’s men kept Zebre to nil in an extremely one-sided contest.
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Leinster return to Pro12 action this evening.
Gary Glennon was the target of an irate Gonzaga backroom team member after the ref called for a player to be replaced due to suspected concussion.
Forwards coach calls for major improvement tonight after opening defeat to Wales.
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The Ireland out-half has not appreciated the negative press in France.
Anthony Foley has shaken his team up since the Zebre match.
Eddie Jones feels he has selected the strongest possible line-up for England’s trip to Italy.
“I respond to the love and compassion Eddie shows the boys, me especially. He is very personable.”
Our Six Nations columnist looks at how Ireland can deal with the French offload threat.
‘You are always confident that you are going to get the work ethic from an Irish team.’
Joe Schmidt has named a rounded, imposing back row for the clash with France.
Rugby - Thursday 11 February, 2016
An excellent second half display earned Pat Lam’s man the win tonight.