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# aviva-stadium - Today’s News


# aviva-stadium - Tuesday 25 March, 2014

Frenchman Pascal Gaüzère to referee Leinster v Munster derby

The LNR match official has not been afraid to flash the cards this season.

5 central issues in the build-up to the Leinster v Munster inter-provincial clash

Matt O’Connor’s impact on Leinster, Rob Penney operating with freedom and the benefits of Ireland’s success.

Munster’s meagre Six Nations representation not Leinster’s problem

Blues forwards coach Jono Gibbes is not buying attempts to ramp up Saturday’s interpro as a grudge match for overlooked players.

# aviva-stadium - Monday 24 March, 2014

Ross on Munster rivalry: ‘You fight more in a family than you do with strangers’

The Leinster prop is expecting a fierce encounter at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.

O’Driscoll ‘excited’ about facing Munster, possibly for the final time

Leinster forwards coach Jono Gibbes says the outside centre is happy to get back to provincial basics.

# aviva-stadium - Saturday 8 March, 2014

5 things we learned from Ireland’s seven-try win over Italy

O’Driscoll shows his class, Italians fade after Irish onslaught and Joe Schmidt’s men are showing consistency.

Out of 10: How Ireland rated in today’s Six Nations clash with Italy

Here’s how we felt Ireland’s players performed in their seven-try victory over the Italians in Dublin.

# aviva-stadium - Friday 7 March, 2014

Snapshot: Brian O’Driscoll ‘milks’ the applause after leaving team waiting on squad photo

‘We were just cold, waiting on him to get out there’, joked Jamie Heaslip.

Greatest hits: 10 of Brian O’Driscoll’s best international tries on home soil

The centre will have one last opportunity to add to this list when Italy visit tomorrow.

# aviva-stadium - Thursday 6 March, 2014

Nora Stapleton column: We’re ready to make history at the Aviva

The Ireland Women’s out-half talks about making the video that has promoted the clash with Italy this week.

Paul O’Connell admits he may hug Brian O’Driscoll a little tighter before final home game

The retiring centre may have to protect his ribs if an emotional Paulie loses the run of himself.

# aviva-stadium - Wednesday 5 March, 2014

As it happened: Republic of Ireland v Serbia

Could Martin O’Neill’s side get 2014 off to a winning start? We had minute-by-minute coverage live from the Aviva Stadium.

# aviva-stadium - Tuesday 4 March, 2014

Kerry’s rugby flag flying high as Siobhán Fleming and JJ Hanrahan make their mark

The Ireland Women’s flanker is from the same village as Moss Keane, Mick Galwey and Munster’s latest out-half star.

VIDEO: Ireland Women call for support ahead of history-maker against Italy

This weekend’s Six Nations clash will be the first time a women’s international has been held at the Aviva Stadium.

Murphy thought his Ireland days were over during six-year exile

The Ipswich Town striker is over-the-moon after making his return to the squad and hopes to be involved tomorrow night.

# aviva-stadium - Monday 3 March, 2014

Ireland remain optimistic that Jonny Sexton will be available for Italy

Meanwhile, there have been updates on the injury problems for Peter O’Mahony, Luke Marshall and a host of others.

# aviva-stadium - Wednesday 26 February, 2014

Beating Italy at Aviva can set up title decider with France – Alison Miller

The Irish winger believes her team are still well placed to defend their Six Nations title.

# aviva-stadium - Saturday 8 February, 2014

Ireland loss the most disappointing of my Wales tenure, admits Gatland

The New Zealander had few complaints after his team were out-gunned at Lansdowne Road.

Schmidt targets England at Twickenham as Triple Crown looms large

The Ireland coach is delighted that his team finished off winning positions in their first two Six Nations games.

Ireland break down every part of Welsh game to bring Triple Crown into view

Paddy Jackson and Chris Henry provided the tries as Ireland’s defence kept Wales to a single opportunity.

# aviva-stadium - Friday 7 February, 2014

Ireland to take on Turkey in Dublin

The FAI has announced news that Martin O’Neill’s side will play a friendly at Lansdowne Road on 25 May.

# aviva-stadium - Sunday 2 February, 2014

5 things we learned from Ireland’s victory over Scotland

Joe Schmidt’s men ran in three tries as they overcame the dogged Scots in Dublin.

VIDEO: Andrew Trimble ends 40 minutes of fierce Scottish resistance

The Ulster winger finished off a fine, sweeping move in first half injury time.

‘As I get older it gets easier’: Toner in prime condition for Scottish friction

The second row is high on confidence these days and will aim to stop Scotland at source today.

# aviva-stadium - Wednesday 29 January, 2014

‘A bloody hard thing to do’ – O’Driscoll on Ireland’s Grand Slam hopes

The backline talisman insists his team have respect for Scotland but are ‘totally capable of beating them’.

# aviva-stadium - Monday 23 December, 2013

Briggs: ‘We’ve been able to put women’s rugby on the map’

The Ireland fullback reflects on a stunning year and looks forward to more exciting challenges.

# aviva-stadium - Friday 20 December, 2013

Irish women’s rugby team to play at the Aviva Stadium

It will be the first time a women’s 6 Nations game has been staged at the venue.

# aviva-stadium - Wednesday 4 December, 2013

UPDATE: Leinster fan abroad wins trip home for Northampton showdown

John Smith will be counting down the days to the big Heineken Cup game on 14 December.

# aviva-stadium - Monday 25 November, 2013

5 telling stats from an unbelievable clash with the All Blacks

Heaslip’s Trojan effort, O’Connell’s awesomeness and the All Blacks efficiency in exploiting gaps.

# aviva-stadium - Sunday 24 November, 2013

# aviva-stadium - Saturday 23 November, 2013

Luke Romano not concerned about facing Paul O’Connell

On his return to fitness, the Canterbury lock is fully focused on his own game.

# aviva-stadium - Thursday 21 November, 2013

I’m not stepping into Dan Carter’s shoes, I wear my own — Aaron Cruden

With half of his 28 All Black caps coming from the start, the Chiefs number 10 won’t be considered a back up option any more.

# aviva-stadium - Wednesday 20 November, 2013

Kieran Read maintaining his pokerface on cusp of clean sweep

The world’s best number eight is one game away from making history, but his feet are firmly on the ground.

6 uniquely Irish ways to face the haka this Sunday

Please note: try these and the All Blacks will rip your head off.

# aviva-stadium - Tuesday 19 November, 2013

Ireland must play angry against All Blacks — O’Driscoll

The centre admitted that the performance against Australia was simply unacceptable.

# aviva-stadium - Monday 18 November, 2013

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Labour Senator Jimmy Harte remains in critical but stable condition

Harte was found unconscious in the early hours of Saturday morning after sustaining serious injuries in what is now believed to have been an accidental fall.

# aviva-stadium - Sunday 17 November, 2013

‘We undid ourselves’ laments Schmidt as best laid plans torn asunder

‘You want to see a progression week to week, but that wasn’t evident on the field.’

Irish defensive problems easily rectified, says captain O’Connell

The skipper bemoaned the defence of the maul, vulnerability out wide and a lack of intensity.

# aviva-stadium - Saturday 16 November, 2013

McKenzie: We had our homework done on Ireland

The Wallabies coach saw us coming.

As it happened: Ireland v Australia, November Tests

We went minute-by-minute on Lansdowne Road as Joe Schmidt tried to win his second game in charge.