# ireland-rugby - Today’s News
If this had gone over …
The captain did get a sense of satisfaction from Ireland’s second half performance.
Ireland head coach “recovering well” following surgery at St Vincent’s Hospital.
# ireland-rugby - Yesterday’s News
The RTÉ pundit also said that we should not get ahead of ourselves going into 2015 and the World Cup.
Sexton, Bowe and Zebo all feature prominently.
Including Paul O’Connell’s ability to age like fine wine.
Chieka’s men fought hard but tries from Zebo and Bowe, as well as Sexton’s kicking, saw Schmidt’s side on top.
Can Ireland get their third win of the autumn today?
If you’re not watching, get yourself to a TV now.
It’s the one we’ve all been waiting for, but can Ireland exact some revenge for last year’s no-show?
Ireland vs Argentina was the low point that was immediately followed by some intense highs.
# ireland-rugby - Friday 21 November, 2014
The prop says things will be different with Michael Cheika in charge.
The pre-match speech in 2007 required something fiery and Eddie delivered.
The new 13 faces a real test at the Aviva on Saturday.
# ireland-rugby - Thursday 20 November, 2014
Sexton broke into the Leinster team while Michael Cheika was in charge.
Ireland’s out-half also looked back on a painful day the last time he faced his former coach.
It was pretty foggy in Kildare.
The veteran will partner Robbie Henshaw in Ireland’s midfield.
There are lots of brilliant moments to be had just across the water.
Quade Cooper, Will Genia and Kurtley Beale are among a provisional 11 replacements named by Michael Cheika.
# ireland-rugby - Tuesday 18 November, 2014
The centre pairing is again the big call in the starting XV.
The half-backs can create carnage together if they are on form.
There’s been plenty of battles with the Wallabies before next Saturday’s game at the Aviva.
Pat Lam was there too.
The out-half sounded strangely withdrawn as he said he’s striving to be a better person under Michael Cheika’s guidance.
# ireland-rugby - Monday 17 November, 2014
The former Ireland captain has been honoured this evening.
It’s been a wild month for the Wallabies.
The utility back was a late call-up before the Wallabies’ meeting with Ireland after a controversial summer.
The IRFU say the back row requires further investigation.
Who’s the star on top of that tree? It’s YOU.
Ireland did all that was expected against Georgia but Whiff of Cordite believes some players still have points to prove.
Ireland and Australia have had some memorable encounters in Dublin.
This XV is unusually light on New Zealanders.
Sloppy first-half, floodgates opening, Madigan’s display and the less experienced faces.
# ireland-rugby - Sunday 16 November, 2014
The prop is making a habit of getting himself on the score-sheet, but today’s try was extra special.
Relive this afternoon’s action as Joe Schmidt’s side made it two wins from two this month.
The Munster second-row was one of the stand-out performers in the 49-7 win.
A frustrating first half was followed by Ireland scoring six second half tries.
It mattered little in the grand scheme of things, mind.
We were live from the Aviva Stadium as Joe Schmidt’s side made it two wins from two this month.