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London Irish scrum-half Tomas O'Leary could face a hefty ban after being sent-off for stamping in his side's 23-20 Aviva Premiership victory over Wasps at Adams Park. The second-half incident, where O'Leary put his foot down on James Haskell's head,
John Afoa has yet to decide on his Ulster future New Zealand prop John Afoa to leave Ulster at end of season New Zealand tight-head prop John Afoa is to leave Ulster at the end of the season after agreeing a long-term deal with an English Premiership
Toby Flood has said there is a "burning desire" at Leicester to lift the European Cup again. It is 11 years since the English champions won the second of their back to back European titles by beating Munster in a final in Cardiff. But, in what could
Suggested Topics Rob Baxter, the Exeter coach, was relieved to hear the final whistle at Sandy Park on Saturday as his side came perilously close to throwing away the points against Wasps . The hosts were sailing home with an 18-point advantage going
The Ireland coach will hand Jackson and his Ulster team-mate Luke Marshall their Ireland debuts against Scotland in Murrayfield. And Kidney has urged the pair to soak up every minute of the game and relish the occasion. "I talk a lot about them being
Having captained his club to the European Challenge Cup in 2011 and a first league title in 2012, Chris Robshaw is not getting carried away, but the open-era benchmarks set by multiple trophy winners Leicester and Wasps are in the Harlequins flanker'
Eyebrows were raised when Ruan Pienaar signed for Ulster but he has found it a natural home, both on and off the field. The opportunity to experience life in a different country and sample the delights of the Heineken Cup were some of the reasons why
Ireland 's tour to New Zealand next month, with the Munster captain due to see a specialist this week after sustaining a serious knee injury in Saturday night's win over Ulster in Thomond Park. Munster have not yet ruled him out of Friday's Pro12
Glasgow in their final RaboDirect Pro12 fixture at Firhill this evening. It's been a season that included a 14-match losing run, when Eric Elwood's men appeared to be cursed by the rugby gods, but a seminal Heineken Cup victory over Harlequins proved
London Irish sign fly-half Ian Humphreys from Ulster Ulster fly-half Ian Humphreys has agreed a move to English Premiership side London Irish. The 30-year-old, who still has a year to run on his Ulster contract, will join the Exiles this summer.