Rugby - Yesterday’s News
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The Australian believes the performance against Toulon is evidence that Leinster can compete with the best.
Because a picture paints a thousand words.
The centre hasn’t always produced his best form in the southern hemisphere tournament.
Nobody bamboozles defenders like Cheslin Kolbe.
Jackson isn’t known for his strength but he boshed Jimmy Gopperth spectacularly.
If you’d any thoughts of running naked across a rugby field soon, this might change your mind.
TJ Reid, Ian Madigan and Paul McShane all make the cut as well.
The 23-year-old is getting more explosive with every game.
Rugby - Saturday 25 April, 2015
Scarlets were the big winners in the chase for Champions Cup places.
St Mary’s lost a relegation playoff to Garryowen at Templeville Road.
Northampton’s domestic form has been FAR better than their European displays.
Tommy O’Donnell is expecting a breakdown battle in Ravenhill.
They’ve gone for the old buy one get one free model.
La Rochelle went toe-to-toe with Toulon in the Top 14.
Simon Zebo, CJ Stander and Tommy O’Donnell scored the crucial tries in the opening half.
Pat Lam will be left ruing errors from his men throughout the 80 minutes.
Our readers produced the goods over the past seven days.
The Sunday Times’ annual list sees the Formula 1 driver well ahead of the rest of the field.
The hooker praised the attitude and belief built between the province’s players and coaching staff.
Ulster’s home fuelled motivation combined with Leinster fatigue made it a rough night for the champions.
Rugby - Friday 24 April, 2015
Along with man of the match Iain Henderson, Paddy Jackson was critical to putting Ulster top of the table.
Ulster scored 26 unanswered points after trailing 10 -0 early on.
Also, AP McCoy prepares to say farewell and one Irish pundit wants Jack Grealish to feature against Scotland.
We were in Ravenhill to bring you through this crucial inter-pro minute-by-minute.
The hosts in Belfast have trophies on their mind, but they too need three wins to help them along the way.
How closely were you paying attention to this week’s sporting headlines.
The second row replaces Paul O’Connell who missed training with a shoulder issue this week.
Pat Lam has made three changes to the side that lost to Ulster.
The Wallabies star has signed on for two years.
David Nucifora and Joe Schmidt have underlined the value of Ireland’s player management system.
Ireland’s head coach ‘would be delighted’ if O’Connell extends his career beyond the World Cup.
Rugby - Thursday 23 April, 2015
Alex Sanderson has talked through the highlights of the semi-final for the club’s YouTube channel.
With the Pro12 final set for Belfast, Ulster are hoping to have four massive home games left in their season.
New Zealand won’t copy the Wallabies’ eligibility policy change, according to NZRU chief.
It was a day of bad news on the injury front for Davy Condron, Evan Regan, Ciaran Clark and Marty Moore.
Now you decide who wins a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Anfield
Really ties the stadium together.
Marty Moore faces 12 weeks out, Leinster confirmed on Thursday.
Ulster unchanged while Leinster make four changes from defeat against Toulon.