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The42 Rugby Show: Stander's red, playmaking Marshall and Ireland without Sexton

Johne Murphy joined Murray Kinsella to look back on an historic weekend for Irish rugby.


DAYS LIKE SATURDAY don’t come around too often. 

First, Ireland’s U20s stunned the Baby Blacks to make history before Joe Schmidt saw his senior side beat the Springboks on their own turf.

CJ Stander’s red card, Andy Farrell’s influence, Jared Payne at fullback, playmaking Luke Marshall, the mechanics of sweeping in defence, grubber kicking tactics and Ireland without Johnny Sexton - there was plenty to dissect when former Munster and Leicester wing Johne Murphy joined Murray Kinsella in The42 HQ to review the action.

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