Rugby - Today’s News
Leo Cullen on the ‘tedious’ period of contract talks.
Rugby - Yesterday’s News
Plus, another victory for John Joe Nevin and Jack Grealish is back in the bold corner at Aston Villa.
The hooker has put pen to paper on a new deal.
Charlie Hodgson is calling it a day at the end of the season.
Blown off course by consecutive defeats, Leinster are in desperate need of a win tomorrow evening.
The northern province will blood four new faces for the clash with Leinster.
Leo Cullen has also made another change to the half-back line.
The Ireland out-half admits it would be hard to leave Leinster but is keeping his options open.
Rugby - Wednesday 25 November, 2015
The Ireland flanker is happy at the province but accepts big-money offers from abroad are difficult to turn away.
Elsewhere, Thomas Barr has been named Irish Athlete of the Year there was a key contract deal for Connacht rugby.
The broadcaster won the rights from RTÉ.
The dynamic back-rower is ready to take on Munster at Thomond Park this weekend.
The former Wales captain was given a reduced suspension due to his ‘clean disciplinary record.’
The lock will be free of the pressure of imminent games, but hopes to be fully immersed in his rehab programme.
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Kieran Marmion has extended his stay.
Munster play Connacht this Saturday at the Limerick venue.
Rugby - Tuesday 24 November, 2015
Here’s what Tuesday had to offer, sports fans.
Conor Murray sat out training today and joins several team-mates in the treatment room.
The Westerners are out to win their first ever game at the Limerick venue this weekend.
The players met after getting back to Dublin on Sunday.
The Ireland international says the province’s European hopes aren’t over just yet.
Rugby - Monday 23 November, 2015
There’s hope yet as Leinster begin a new week determined to put two defeats behind them.
Elsewhere, Rafa Benitez has got the dreaded vote of confidence from Real Madrid president Florentino Perez.
The eastern province are channeling their frustrations ahead of Friday’s clash with Ulster.
The Ireland centre is ‘not ruling out’ a move to Leinster.
With Leinster in major European trouble, Leo Cullen must look to the future.
The medic said the All Black great’s kidney disease made him vulnerable to such a scenario.
Both Ulster and Leinster lost to Premiership sides over the weekend but Rory Best says we shouldn’t read too much into them.
Rugby - Sunday 22 November, 2015
It was a superb weekend for the Premiership sides in Europe.
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Blackrock remain unbeaten and top of the Women’s AIL table as Old Belvedere run riot against St Mary’s
It was a busy weekend of women’s club rugby action.
Dai Young’s men followed up their victory over Leinster with a bonus-point win in Coventry.
The Ospreys take two match points despite a 34-29 defeat.
The back row was stretchered off in last night’s 21-17 win over Brive in Galway.
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Luke Charteris will swap Paris for Somerset next season.
Rugby - Saturday 21 November, 2015
The Barbarians were beaten 49-31 by Argentina at Twickenham.
It was another disappointing day for Leo Cullen’s men in Europe.
The Ospreys need to win in Clermont tomorrow to prevent a complete rout of the Pro12 clubs.