# six-nations - Friday 24 March, 2017
The fall-out from last weekend’s controversial clash in Paris continues.
# six-nations - Thursday 23 March, 2017
The Munster back row is a strong candidate to be the next Ireland captain.
Ireland’s CJ Stander finished second in the public vote.
# six-nations - Tuesday 21 March, 2017
‘You could put Jordan at nine or 10 and he’d probably do as well, he’s just an outstanding player.’
It was a true back-and-forth contest in Dublin on Saturday evening.
# six-nations - Monday 20 March, 2017
The citing commissioner concluded that no act of foul play was carried out.
Lynne Cantwell joined Murrray Kinsella for a live chat.
There are four Irish representatives in the XV.
The Munster pair are Ireland’s representatives on the 12-man shortlist.
Former Ireland centre Lynne Cantwell will join Murray Kinsella.
The 25-year-old wing replaced Keith Earls at half time against England last weekend.
There may be chances for more new caps when Ireland head on tour this summer.
The Ulsterman showed his attacking quality from fullback against England.
The 25-year-old was composed on his second Test start for Joe Schmidt’s side.
# six-nations - Sunday 19 March, 2017
There was also an allegation of a bite on Wales wing George North.
Captain Rory Best looked back with regret on the defeat to Scotland in round one.
# six-nations - Saturday 18 March, 2017
“O’Mahony is a fantastic player and those conditions probably suited him better than Heaslip.”
The Ireland head coach confirmed a hamstring injury for Jamie Heaslip.
It was a Six Nations classic at the Aviva Stadium.
Joe Schmidt’s side finished the Six Nations with their best performance since Chicago.
Peter O’Mahony was heroic in Ireland’s 13-9 win over England.
Joe Schmidt’s men were brilliant as they rained on the English parade.
The French win means Ireland will be top tier seeds for 2019 Rugby World Cup.
We were at the Aviva Stadium as Joe Schmidt’s side finished their campaign against history-chasing England.
The hosts ran out 29-0 winners at Murrayfield.
It’s not the Grand Slam finale we all wanted, but there is still plenty on the line for Ireland as they host England at the Aviva Stadium later.
# six-nations - Friday 17 March, 2017
England remain the standard setters, but Tom Tierney’s side have plenty to build on.
Gavin Coombes and Charlie Connolly showed up well against the English pack.
Rory Best has urged his side to execute the basics tomorrow.
‘This is England, on the brink of a Grand Slam. Not them. Not here,’ writes Tommy Martin.
Tom Tierney’s side have some clever lineout specialists in their forward pack.
Ireland head into tonight’s Grand Slam decider with the odds stacked against them but that’s not deterring Tom Tierney’s side.
Joe Schmidt’s men must worry about their top-four ranking status ahead of the World Cup pool draw.
Johnny Sexton will be without his regular halfback partner against England tomorrow.
Joe Schmidt was forced into late changes ahead of tomorrow’s clash with England.
# six-nations - Thursday 16 March, 2017
Ireland have lost their influential scrum-half to injury.
Conor Murray has not recovered from his shoulder injury for the clash with the already-crowned champions.
The visitors are aiming to complete a Grand Slam in Dublin.
The close-range failings in the lineout and maul were severely damaging against Wales.
The Munster man says it’s difficult for him to be a playmaker from the wing.