Rugby - Today’s News
The northern province will be nursing six front row injuries during the upcoming bye-week.
The TMO awarded a third try to Glasgow… much to the surprise of the scorer.
The 21-year-old out-half has gained valuable experience at the Top 14 club this season as his career progresses.
The 23-year-old delivered an excellent attacking display in the nine-try hammering of Treviso yesterday.
The former Connacht hooker believes his former teammates can beat Rob Penney’s men in Galway if they take their scoring chances.
Rugby - Yesterday’s News
Mark Ansombe’s men will rue their lapses just before half time after defeat to the Warriors.
Noel Reid spearheaded an impressive attacking performance by the Pro12 leaders.
The Leinster attack is having fun in the sun.
We went minute-by-minute as Matt O’Connor’s side looked to get back to winning ways at a sunny RDS.
Jack Dinneen has been drafted into the senior squad following an injury crisis in the front row.
The British broadcaster previously tied up a deal to show the Pro12 from September onwards.
Conor Murray is one of two scrum-halves on the Munster bench.
The Leinster and Ireland prop discusses how his gym work transfers into scrummaging power on the pitch.
The Australian’s newly-created position was born in a post-2011 Rugby World Cup review by the IRFU.
After two consecutive losses, nothing but a win will do for Leinster tonight.
The 26-year-old Leinster loosehead prop says Munster are ‘well capable’ of winning against Toulon in the Heineken Cup.
Rugby - Thursday 17 April, 2014
The Leinster captain took time out during the Six Nations to go on a fact-finding mission in the southern hemisphere.
The ERC has announced the full list of refereeing appointments for the European semi-final weekend.
Jimmy Gopperth continues at out-half for Matt O’Connor’s side, while Mark Anscombe has recalled Tom Court and Sean Doyle.
The IRFU’s newly-appointed Performance Director wants to see more young Irish players in first-team action.
IRFU focused on players’ “best interests in terms of getting to progress to with the national team.”
The 28-year-old known as ‘Freak’ by his Super Rugby teammates will move to Galway next season.
The scrum-half thinks his team have no need to cling to an underdog status.
The Ireland U20 coach says AIL exposure has challenged the pecking order in his squad ahead of the Junior World Championship.
‘The best deal is a deal where nobody is entirely happy’ – The IRFU’s take on Europe’s new rugby deal
The European Rugby Champions Cup comes into being next season.
Injury to JJ hanrahan means that Munster have no recognised back-up at out-half, but the scrum-half is confident he could temporarily fill the void.
The explosive No. 8 believes the northern province can make up for Heineken Cup disappointment in the Pro12.
Rugby - Wednesday 16 April, 2014
Mike Ruddock will coach the invitational side in their one-off match against the AIL club on the 23rd of April.
‘Playing for Ireland will take care of itself’ – Bundee Aki focused on making impression with Connacht
The new recruit is a major coup for the province.
Ewen McKenzie should expect a very different outfit to the one he faced last time out on Lansdowne Road.
The defeats against Toulon and the Ospreys were partly down to inaccuracy and indiscipline, says the scrum-half
Rugby - Tuesday 15 April, 2014
CJ Stander, Simon Zebo and Donncha O’Callaghan were just some of those in attendance.
The Australian won a Super Rugby title as head coach of the Brumbies, while Joe Schmidt worked under him at the Blues.
With fresh voices, a big name and the odd biscuit they can’t go wrong.
The 21-year-old will be playing his rugby in the English Championship next season.
There are many details yet to be finalised, but the broadcaster is looking into high-definition screening of the tournament.
The Ireland international lock is enjoying working under Matt O’Connor with his province.
Rugby - Monday 14 April, 2014
‘Hopefully when the time is right and if I’m playing good footy, I can play for the Ireland international team.’
There were 25 Irish-qualified players involved in the Premiership and Championship action over the past few days.
Fresh from giving Leinster a battering in the Heineken Cup, the France centre smashed the Bordeaux wing.