Rugby - Today’s News
The Ireland out half stayed in Paris this summer, where his wife gave birth to their first child.
They came, they saw, they squandered- the tale of Clermont rugby.
Rugby - Yesterday’s News
The World Cup winner might get to play ’til 40 with Leicester this season.
Keith Earls, Luke O’Dea, Damien Varley and Gerhard van den Heever are also injured.
Sign him up, Matt.
Fa’asiu Fuatai finished off a clever move from the New Zealand side after a line-out attack.
The South African second row has been tasked with replacing Johann Muller this season.
The LNR has revealed the provisional figures for all French professional clubs this season.
The young Irish coach is heading for the States after four years with Ireland Women.
Rugby - Monday 18 August, 2014
The St. Mary’s back row was a standout performer for Ireland at the World Cup.
Player of the tournament nominee Niamh Briggs was named a fullbck.
Meanwhile, Canada’s Magali Harvey edged out Niamh Briggs to be named world player of the year.
*It may have been unintentional.
Wondering if your points were enough? We’ve got you covered.
The ex-hooker will continue to oversee the Ulster academy.
Ireland Women, we can only thank you.
The 25-year-old inside centre is likely to be an important part of the Ireland team for years to come.
Rugby - Sunday 17 August, 2014
Another reminder that southern hemisphere rugby league can be outrageously skillful
The Lichfield centre scored 16 of the English points in a 21-9 victory at Stade Jean-Bouin.
The retiring head coach rated his side’s performances at this World Cup as positive overall.
The 33-year-old prop has played her last game for her country, finishing on 85 caps.
Despite tries for Niamh Briggs and Grace Davitt, Ireland were out-muscled by les Bleues in Paris.
The Ireland head coach has brought about major improvements since first taking the job in 2003.
Philip Doyle’s side face France for third place at the World Cup in Paris this afternoon.
Rugby - Saturday 16 August, 2014
The Ireland out-half kicked 11 points for the Parisians on the first weekend of the new French season.
The UL Bohemians and Munster front row works as a performance analyst when she’s not playing.
TheScore.ie tagged along with Philip Doyle’s squad as they prepare to face France for third place.
Weather conditions were far from ideal as all the scoring came from kicks in the 12-12 fixture.
Philip Doyle and his coaching team have made two changes ahead of Ireland’s closing World Cup fixture.
Rugby - Friday 15 August, 2014
Australia take on New Zealand tomorrow and it’s going to be an absolute cracker.
If Brad Thorn doesn’t get you pumped, nobody will.
The Racing Métro assistant coach would love to work with the likes of Conor Murray and Simon Zebo.
The Racing Métro coach is gradually growing comfortable with life off the pitch, he tells TheScore.ie in Paris.
Rugby - Thursday 14 August, 2014
Ulster and Leinster fans will be watching their side live on BT in the opening round of fixtures.
And Connacht will host La Rochelle in the Challenge Cup.
The quality of play in this tournament has drawn in new fans to the sport.
The Top 14 is back this weekend and we took a look at some key storylines
21-year-old Jerry has been given until November to impress.
The Kiwis are equal with the 17-Test winning runs of the 1965-69 All Blacks and 1997-98 Springboks. Impressive.
England thrived as Ireland’s ‘passive’ defence gave up metres all evening.
Their campaign came to a bitter end in Stade Jean Bouin, but Ireland have made a positive impact overall.