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#Stade Toulousain

# stade-toulousain - Friday 18 December, 2015

Two changes for Ulster with Henry missing crucial trip to Toulouse

Roger Wilson and Sean Reidy come into Les Kiss’ starting XV.

# stade-toulousain - Thursday 17 December, 2015

Stuart McCloskey's form for Ulster shows he's good enough for Ireland

The 23-year-old delivered another outstanding display against Toulouse in the Champions Cup.

# stade-toulousain - Friday 11 December, 2015

Gilroy the perfect spark to counter 'chaotic' Toulouse

Ulster hope to bounce back from a horrible defeat to Saracens against the four-time European champions.

# stade-toulousain - Wednesday 16 September, 2015

Two of Ireland's Women's Six Nations winners have joined a big French club

Heather O’Brien and Paula Fitzpatrick have moved to the Top 8 side.

# stade-toulousain - Friday 29 May, 2015

Trevor Brennan's son has won a place in France's prestigious academy

The young Toulouse forward is highly rated and has already starred for les Blues at U17 level.

# stade-toulousain - Sunday 17 May, 2015

Bernard Jackman's Grenoble had a crucial Top 14 win yesterday

FCG beat play-off contenders Toulouse to take a massive step towards safety.

# stade-toulousain - Saturday 16 May, 2015

# stade-toulousain - Tuesday 12 May, 2015

# stade-toulousain - Monday 27 April, 2015

The Godfather of European rugby might take the job he has always been destined for

Guy Noves said he was flattered to be one of the people considered to be the next French rugby coach.

# stade-toulousain - Friday 3 April, 2015

The son of a former Ireland international made his underage debut for France this week

Trevor Brennan’s son Dan looks like a great prospect.

# stade-toulousain - Sunday 29 March, 2015

Ireland's biggest World Cup pool rival could be without a key back for the tournament

France’s Gael Fickou has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a knee injury.

Toulon have a 21-year-old Fijian prodigy on the wing and he looks devastating

But even two tries from Josua Tuisova couldn’t prevent a Toulouse victory yesterday.

# stade-toulousain - Friday 20 March, 2015

French rugby is trying to get its hands on Trevor Brennan's beast of a son

Daniel Brennan has been included in the France U17 squad.

# stade-toulousain - Thursday 22 January, 2015

# stade-toulousain - Monday 19 January, 2015

Toulouse flyer Yoann Huget is getting a lot of stick for this ridiculous dive yesterday

Fans were not happy with the wing’s play-acting against Bath.

One of Leinster's possible quarter-final opponents looked very dangerous in destroying Toulouse

There are a lot of permutations ahead of this weekend’s rugby.

# stade-toulousain - Friday 9 January, 2015

Alan Quinlan on JJ Hanrahan's move and the times he was offered chances to leave

Quinan thinks the move abroad could be beneficial for Hanrahan.

# stade-toulousain - Saturday 13 December, 2014

Toulouse continue to look like the most dangerous team in the Champions Cup

The aristocrats of Europe made it four wins from four against Glasgow today.

# stade-toulousain - Thursday 15 May, 2014

Ronan O'Gara cited ahead of Racing Métro semi against Toulon

The former Munster out-half was reported by the match referee following his team’s win over Toulouse.

# stade-toulousain - Tuesday 29 April, 2014

James Hart on Grenoble's slump from Heineken Cup chasers to relegation battlers

The Irish scrum-half has been part of a team that has slumped from fourth to 10th in the last two months.

# stade-toulousain - Saturday 5 April, 2014

Six-try Munster destroy Toulouse en route to Heineken Cup semi-final

Rob Penney’s men scored after only four minutes and never let up for a moment despite losing captain Peter O’Mahony to injury.

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GIF: Keith Earls dives over for early try in rousing Munster victory

The Limerick native got the home crowd roaring at Thomond Park.

David Wallace: Result too tight to call but Munster will deliver best performance yet

The former Munster and Ireland flanker says Toulouse have been ‘on the radar’ ever since they thrashed his province in 1996.

Adrian Flavin: Heineken Cup rugby to Munster is like a red rag to a bull

The former Connacht hooker is clearing his weekend schedule for an intense weekend of European rugby action.

# stade-toulousain - Sunday 26 January, 2014

‘Très content’ Sexton ready to lead Ireland’s Six Nations charge

The out-half gave his national coach a moment of extreme worry after shipping two hefty blows in the space of 10 seconds.

# stade-toulousain - Saturday 25 January, 2014

Jonny Sexton inspires Racing Métro to victory over Toulouse

The Irish outhalf scored a try and set up another in a 15-point outing this afternoon.

# stade-toulousain - Sunday 19 January, 2014

Leinster to visit home of Heineken Cup champions as last eight decided

Munster will face Toulouse at home while Saracens will visit Ravenhill to meet Ulster.

# stade-toulousain - Thursday 2 January, 2014

Connacht targeting revenge after RDS heartbreak - Andrew Browne

The Galwegian flanker feels his team is capable of producing a similar performance to last season’s 34-6 home win over Leinster.

# stade-toulousain - Wednesday 1 January, 2014

Toulouse win proves Leinster must be at their best against Connacht - Reddan

The scrum-half and his teammates are readying themselves for a feisty affair in Galway.

# stade-toulousain - Friday 27 December, 2013

Half-term report: Kiwi influence finally starting to bear fruit at Connacht Report Card This post contains videos

Half-term report: Kiwi influence finally starting to bear fruit at Connacht

To call Pat Lam’s start out west ‘slow’ would be an understatement but victory over Toulouse gives fans reason to believe.

# stade-toulousain - Monday 16 December, 2013

Captain Dusautoir eager to add another cup-winning star to Toulouse crest

The four-time Heineken Cup champions got their campaign back on track in blustery Galway at the weekend.

# stade-toulousain - Sunday 15 December, 2013

Connacht win does not erase last week's defeat admits deadly Maxime Medard

The Toulouse winger cut the Irish province to shreds and was denied a late hat-trick by Eoin Griffin.

Cold comfort for Clarke as ruthless Toulouse tear up Connacht's sick note

The New Zealander was determined not to use a bout of Galwegian flu as an excuse for his side’s heavy loss.

# stade-toulousain - Saturday 14 December, 2013

'Kieran Marmion was on a hospital drip 48 hours ago' - Pat Lam

The Connacht coach revealed Jake Heenan and Dave McSharry were also victims to a nasty bout of the flu.

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As it happened: Connacht v Toulouse, Heineken Cup

The Irish province had a quarter-final spot on their minds but Toulouse were determined to rectify a 16-14 wrong.

Connacht lose three players to flu hours before vital Toulouse game

The only silver lining for head coach Pat Lam is that his starting XV remains unaffected.

Quarter final spot up for grabs Connacht can repeat history

Home wins over Toulouse and Zebre would set Pat Lam’s men up for a tilt at Sarcens for knock-out glory.

# stade-toulousain - Friday 13 December, 2013

Three duels Connacht must trump if they are to repeat miracle Toulouse win

Pat Lam’s men will be eager to back up their historic win at the Stade Ernest Wallon.

Kieran Marmion backed to cause Toulouse more Heineken headaches

Grenoble scrumhalf James Hart was impressed with the half-back pairing of Kieran Marmion and Dan Parks against Toulouse.

# stade-toulousain - Monday 9 December, 2013

'Connacht went into an arm wrestle with the Kings of Europe and won'

Former Connacht hooker Adrian Flavin nipped into a Dublin pub to watch the province’s famous win over Toulouse.