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#ireland xv

# ireland-xv - Monday 1 January, 2018

Here's the Ireland team we'd like to start the 2018 Six Nations

The international season is five weeks away, here’s who we’d pick to start in Paris.

# ireland-xv - Thursday 15 October, 2015

Henderson set to take over from POC as Sexton looks likely to be fit

The Ulsterman is set start in the second row, while there will be two changes to the back row.

# ireland-xv - Tuesday 26 May, 2015

It's not all about expansive rugby against Ireland says Leinster-linked Deans

The Kiwi head coach wants his side to ‘take ownership’ of their defence in Limerick.

Shane Jennings captains Barbarians XV containing Pienaar, Gopperth and Rokocoko

Robbie Deans has named four uncapped players to start in Thomond Park, including Jimmy Gopperth and Toulon’s David Smith.

'A lot of Limerick people might show up hoping the Baa-Baas do well...'

Eoin Reddan found a novel marketing solution for a Munster-less Ireland fixture in Thomond.

# ireland-xv - Monday 25 May, 2015

Attacking mindset of Murrayfield to spill over when Ireland take on Barbarians

Les Kiss is hoping to see one young Leinster prospect take on Joe Rokocoko.

Schmidt includes 7 uncapped players in Leinster-Ulster selection to face Barbarians

Cian Kelleher, Jack Conan and Stuart McCloskey are among the men who could wear a green jersey for the first time at senior level.

# ireland-xv - Monday 19 November, 2012

Connacht blow as Muldoon damages knee ligaments

The back-row was stretchered off early in the second half of Ireland’s win against Fiji on Saturday.

# ireland-xv - Saturday 17 November, 2012

Open Thread: What do you expect to learn from Ireland against Fiji tonight?

Will it be more interesting than entertaining?

# ireland-xv - Friday 16 November, 2012

Proving ground: 3 things Ireland must show against Fiji

Declan Kidney has given the young lads an opportunity to shine in Limerick. Here’s how they can maximise their chances.