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Ireland had employed the clever reverse play before under Joe Schmidt.
New Zealand were within an inch of taking a massive chunk out of Ireland’s lead.
The Galway and Munster deciders take place.
There was in marked difference in style when the Republic faced the North during the week.
‘We wanted to go after them, not step away, not accept being bullied by them.’
One try is not supposed to be enough to beat the All Blacks, but Ireland have an utterly ferocious defence.
‘It’s another little bit of history that this squad has managed to etch out for itself.’
The game marked the end of the careers of four Irish players, including the Joyce twins.
Ireland produced an inspirational display to defeat New Zealand on home soil.
Steve Hansen labelled Joe Schmidt’s team as favourites for the World Cup.
The Irish rugby legend spoke openly on a series of topics at Liberty Hall in Dublin.
Teddy Thomas crossed twice as the hosts secured an important victory.
Roberto Mancini’s Italy were unable to break down the European champions.
Man of the match Peter O’Mahony led Ireland’s tireless defensive effort on a historic night.
The Ulster winger’s score was crucial as Ireland held on for a first home win over New Zealand.
A sublime defensive effort from Peter O’Mahony and his team-mates was key.
The 24-year-old kicked 13 points and notched a try during Saturday’s game.
We went minute-by-minute as Joe Schmidt’s Ireland bid to record a famous first home win over the All Blacks.
Jones’ side trailed 15-10 at the break but managed to turn things around after the restart.
It also brought Chloe’s long-awaited search for a second Irish Open final victory to an end.