Last week
19th May 2024 - 25th May 2024
Agony again for Leinster as Toulouse claim their 6th Champions Cup crown
The French side won a thrilling, wild final in extra time.
'He's a bit of a character' - Time for the Nienaber Effect to take flight
The South African senior coach has had a huge influence on Leinster this season.
Leinster's showdown with Toulouse promises to be thrilling, tense affair
Baird backed at lineout as Leinster look for major 6/2 impact
'Ross Molony is incredibly unlucky' - Cullen on Leinster's selection
Jenkins and Connors start for Leinster with Ryan on the bench
Explosive lock McCarthy can be a point of difference for Leinster
Leinster set to start Connors in Champions Cup final against Toulouse
'Toulouse are about something bigger than just the rugby match'
The French aristocrats take pride in their playing identity and homegrown players.
Hugo Keenan to return to Ireland 7s set-up ahead of the Olympics
IRFU confirms change to central contracting model
Leinster have always had faith in Ross Byrne's ability to deliver
The 29-year-old out-half has built plenty of experience with his province.
'It’s easy to forget who's playing in blue' - Leinster's cause for confidence
What has changed for Toulouse since last year's loss to Leinster?
Blair Kinghorn joined in December, while 21-year-old centre Paul Costes has broken into the team.
This month
May 2024
Munster find their ruthless edge in attack at the right time
Graham Rowntree’s side have taken their chances in the last couple of games.
Aki, Sheehan, and JGP nominated for players' player of the year
Izuchukwu shows exciting potential at blindside for Ulster
Huge boost for Leinster as Ryan, Keenan, and Connors return
NIQs, projects, and IQs: A decade of Irish rugby signings from abroad
There has been good, bad, and ugly business in the international transfer market.
Casey back at 9 for Munster as Carty returns to captain Connacht
Setting their Thomond Park record straight next on Munster's agenda
Graham Rowntree’s side haven’t been at their best in Limerick so far this season.
Gone in 19 seconds: Toulouse's turnover attack is their superpower
Ulster set to appoint Murphy as head coach on permanent basis
It’s understood a two-year deal is on the cards.
The frenetic last 5 minutes when Leinster sealed their final spot
Leinster needed a big defensive effort to deny Northampton a late score.
'When I'm smiling and happy, that's when I play my best rugby'
Simon Zebo breaks down some of his big plays for Munster in South Africa.
Academy products and smart plan bring Saints to Champions Cup top table
Northampton won the Heineken Cup back in 2000 but hadn’t been competitive in recent years.
Last month
April 2024
Boosted by returning big guns, Munster had a brilliant tour of South Africa
Graham Rowntree’s men flew home with a maximum 10 points.
Leinster are 13-point favourites but this is a fine Northampton side
Sam Vesty’s creative attack should pose problems for the Irish province.
'Because of my name, I always felt connected to Ireland'
Kiwi back row Shamus Hurley-Langton has made a strong impression for Connacht.
Ulster need to stand up on and off the pitch
'I've learned loads about myself and rugby... I wouldn't change that'
Exciting prospects and redeveloped stadium at heart of Connacht's plan
Work continues on Dexcom Stadium in Galway.
'It's a tough place, a rugged place on the west coast. It's different country'
Scott Fardy and his family have happily settled into life with Connacht.
Milne and Boyle set to stay but several Leinster men joining other provinces
Jackals, cross kicks, and Fijian shrugs - How Munster beat the Bulls
National deals, PONIs, and Irish rugby's contracting
The IRFU could make a tweak to the national contracts system as early as next season.
The Springboks have delivered one of the great rugby documentaries
Munster's battle with the Bulls part of intense URC run-in
Leinster make huge statement with signing of world-class Barrett
The 27-year-old will join after the 2024 November Tests and boost Leinster’s trophy credentials.
How the brilliant Baird try showed Leinster's mettle against La Rochelle
Having conceded just before the break, Leo Cullen’s side were composed early in the second half.