# protocols

Last year
Head injury controversies sparks players' union to demand 'openness and transparency'
International Rugby Players CEO Omar Hassanein stressed the need for the “the right public message” over the issue.
All time
'We were doing scrums with masks on' - Leinster players wait on final call
A decision on the Covid-threatened clash with Montpellier will be made today.
Boks boss Nienaber 'can’t see the Lions tour being in jeopardy' due to Covid
The Lions and Springboks are in bubbles that limit their contact with the outside world.
Wexford chairman calls for Clare boss Lohan to retract 'outrageous' comments
The fall-out continues from the recent National Hurling League fixture between the counties.
Larry McCarthy: Dublin and Monaghan breaches have caused 'reputational damage' to the GAA
He confirmed that Dessie Farrell and Seamus ‘Banty’ McEnaney can’t have any involvement with their teams for the duration of their bans.
France's Marchand says 'nobody else is in Sexton's shoes' after head injury
The Ireland captain was forced off injured against Wales last weekend.
French government demands more detail before final Six Nations decision
The Ministry of Sport wants guarantees about the Covid-19 protocols in Ireland and England.
FA to look into Crystal Palace winger Eberechi Eze’s attendance at QPR game
The 22-year-old was pictured not wearing a mask as he watched his former club’s FA Cup tie with Fulham on Saturday.
Covid case in Munster 'a proper reality check,' says Peter O'Mahony
‘I’ve no doubt it’s not going to be the last case in Irish rugby in general over the foreseeable future.’
Covid-19 tests twice a week, avoid spitting and clearing noses - Premier League protocols revealed
The games are set to restart on 17 June.
Thermal camera system to be used when horse racing resumes next month
Horse racing is due to get back underway in Ireland from 8 June.
What role should the TMO play in rugby? A key question for the sport
World Rugby expressed its unhappiness with the current situation in July.
England are being investigated for breaking World Cup protocols
The alleged incident is related to members of the coaching staff approaching a match official during the Australia game.
Irish health expert: 'All our hospitals have to be ready for Ebola'
The Director of the Health Protection Surveillance Centre said we’ve moved into an emergency plan.
IRB extend pitch-side concussion tests to 10 minutes in drive for 'cultural change'
The memory and balance sections of the PSCA will also be expanded from the 1st of June.
Child protection review recommends Cloyne Diocese set up whistle blowing policy
The Diocese was told an overarching child safeguarding plan should be drawn up and published.