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Wednesday 8 February, 2017

By sticking to some redundant idea of what it takes to win, Ireland are losing

Former Leinster and Munster back Eoghan Hickey takes a closer look at Ireland’s gung-ho approach to getting points on the board.

Friday 16 October, 2015

'Failing to convert gilt-edged opportunities is like allowing your opponents to score'

Eoghan Hickey takes a closer look at the pressures players will face in the RWC quarter-finals.

Thursday 8 October, 2015

Stuart Lancaster has to prioritise doing the right things over simply doing things right

“Playing Burgess with Brad Barritt was like a declaration that England won’t be passing the ball”

Monday 28 September, 2015

Do the maths... Robshaw and England miscalculated badly in not taking 3 points

Eoghan Hickey has had the calculator out and the results aren’t pretty for the hosts.

Friday 25 September, 2015

Samoan secrets: Power, humility, and the spark to trouble the best defences Expert View This post contains videos

Samoan secrets: Power, humility, and the spark to trouble the best defences

Former Leinster and Munster back Eoghan Hickey takes a closer look at the Pacific Islanders.

Monday 14 September, 2015

Tuesday 28 April, 2015

Do England need to make room for Toulon's phenomenal openside?

Eoghan Hickey hopes that sense will prevail and Steffon Armitage will play at the Rugby World Cup.

Friday 29 August, 2014

Could law changes help the IRB to make rugby a more entertaining spectacle?

Eoghan Hickey proposes two minor alterations to speed up the game and provide more tries.