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Joe Schmidt's side will not get another tilt at the All Blacks after running them so close last month. With a Tier 2 side to be included in the schedule at a later date, there will be some scope for development for the Tests 10 months out from the
Brian O'Driscoll says Ireland will endure another humiliation against New Zealand if they do not improve hugely from the defeat by Australia. New Zealand routed the Ireland 60-0 in their last clash 17 months ago and the Irish have never beaten the
Cian Tracey 18 November 2013 World Cup winner Sean Fitzpatrick has backed Ireland's bid to host the 2023 World Cup. Fitzpatrick (right) who was part of New Zealand's 1987-winning squad and went on to play in two further World Cups, including
The Leinster fly-half is impressed by what Wallaby coach Ewen McKenzie has been able to do since taking over at the helm last summer and believes that the resurgent tourists are a dangerous outfit. Ireland continued their preparations at Carton House
Either way, McKenzie regathered, quickly elaborating on why he was happy he took up the challenge of resurrecting the Wallabies. "You can look at these things two ways, there's a fair bit of pressure, but I think that if you just go around and grab
The long winter has officially begun, with clubs seeking managers, managers seeking players and players seeking contracts.
FAI facing a combined increase of 3.5m in their annual bill. "It accounts for well over 50pc of the funding which these organisations get from the Irish Sports Council ," said O'Mahony (above). "These organisations provide massive business and
Sam Warburton admits there is a feeling of "work undone" until Wales can start delivering knockout punches to rugby union's southern hemisphere heavyweights. The Welsh are three weeks away from launching another autumn campaign, with South Africa and
Con became the latest side to dismantle champions Lansdowne as they raced in four tries on their way to a 33-16 bonus-point win at Temple Hill. Two Scott Deasy penalties had given Lansdowne the lead after James Ryan's early try, but it all went
He's from Charlestown. 'Jimmy's Winning Matches' boomed across Croke Park .