# Ireland

'I don't know what's going on over there' - Matt Doherty puzzled by FAI's manager search
Last week
14th April 2024 - 20th April 2024
200th cap for Delany as Ireland record comfortable win
Mitchell wants England to ‘continue to play on the edge’ despite red cards
FAI managerial search 'a bit of a shambles' - James McClean
Despite drop, Ireland still has the third highest number of pubs per capita in the world
This month
April 2024
Ireland end long wait for Women's Six Nations win after bonus-point heroics in Cork
Ireland v Wales, Women's Six Nations
Emma DeSouza: Should we really put a price on a United Ireland?
Emma DeSouza
Clíodhna Moloney returns on bench as Ireland make one change for Wales
Dingley appointed as new FAI Head of Women and Girls’ Football
European champions England down Ireland with early goals at the Aviva
Lauren James and Alex Greenwood were on target as 32,742 fans watched on.
Eurovision organiser says abuse of contestants over Israel's inclusion in competition 'unacceptable'
'Just going about her business' - Cliodhna Moloney's Ireland return
Here's what the Irish athletes will wear at the Olympics opening ceremony
Here's what the Irish athletes will wear at the Olympics opening ceremony
'Realistic, not inferior' Ireland braced for Aviva blockbuster against England
Eileen Gleeson’s side play their second Euro 2025 qualifier tonight.
Defending Euro champions England warm up for Ireland trip with Sweden draw
A united Ireland would cost €20 billion every year for 20 years, says study
How are Ireland's opponents France and England shaping up for crunch qualifiers?
Ireland kick off their Euro 2025 campaign in Metz on Friday night.
Last month
March 2024
Ireland v Italy, Women's Six Nations
Ireland's 'ageing backline' and Gleeson's squad evolution with a view to Euro 2025
Ireland U17 team end Euro qualifiers with defeat, U19 side claim 3-1 friendly win
From 'greenhorn' to Ireland rugby captain alongside ex-GAA opponent and college neighbour
Ireland's Aki on shortlist for 6N player of the championship
Katie McCabe could face Australia trip just before Euro 2025 qualifiers
Afghanistan dominate Ireland to win T20I series
Six Nations title an excellent achievement for Farrell's remodelled side
Ireland’s statement performance came on the opening weekend in Marseille.
'We made a boll**ks of it in the captain's run!' - Ireland's Six Nations-sealing try
Andrew Porter finally cracked the Scottish resistance with a clever set-piece play.
'I thought we played bloody well' - Andy Farrell proud of Ireland
'If it was my last one, it's not a bad one to go on' - O'Mahony
Ireland are Six Nations champions again after squeezing past Scots
Andy Farrell’s men have sealed back-to-back titles after a hard-fought win in Dublin.
Crowley can see out impressive first Six Nations as Ireland's main man
The 24-year-old has added classy touches and a notable physicality at out-half.
'We're not playing tennis or golf... you've got to be on the edge'
Ireland set Afghanistan modest target in first T20I
Ireland boss Farrell says Frisch is '100% still at the front of our minds'
'It takes unbelievable dedication and courage to stay at the top'
How Ireland's defence took backward steps against England
With Scotland coming to town, Simon Easterby’s charges will be highly motivated.
Ireland side remains unchanged for this weekend's Six Nations decider against Scotland
Ireland XV unchanged for Scotland clash but opt for 5/3 bench split
Calvin Nash is on the right wing, while Harry Byrne and Garry Ringrose come into the 23.
Scotland make two changes for Six Nations visit to Ireland