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Wales centre Jamie Roberts set for Racing Metro comeback The injury also forced the British and Irish Lions centre to miss Wales' recent four-Test autumn series. "I found it very hard," Roberts said of his spell on the sidelines. "I was just starting
James Hart up to his Ireland squad for the Six Nations, according to Grenoble skills coach Mike Prendergast. Millenium thriller offers template for game as Cooper proves he can lead Wallabies to World Cup IT was a privilege to witness a mini-classic
If you're about to fly somewhere for Thanksgiving, you're probably dreading the possibility that you'll catch a bug along the way. And with good reason: Many people come down with something nasty in the days following an airplane flight. Why does
Percentage of possession held by New Zealand in Sunday's win 54 -- Percentage of territory the All Blacks enjoyed at Lansdowne 165 -- Tackles made by Ireland 21 -- Tackles made by Jamie Heaslip 44 -- Metres run by All Black replacement Beauden
Hopes rise of Sexton's return as scan results better than expected' Ireland still hold out hope Jonathan Sexton can beat his hamstring injury in time to face New Zealand on Sunday. Ireland's quicksilver attacking ambition against Australia after
The 2013 John Eales Medallist, Michael Hooper scored a double, with Nick Cummins and Quade Cooper also crossing the line. As impressive as the attack was, the defence was even better with the Men in Gold snuffing out wave after wave of Irish attack.
It happened on a freezing winter's evening in November 2003 after a schools interprovincial at Ravenhill. Sexton was 17 years old and had long been proclaimed as the next 'big thing' in Irish rugby but when the going had got tough against Ulster that
Johnny Sexton picked up Joe Schmidt 's comments on his marathon journey from Dublin to Biarritz via Paris last weekend, he fully understood the Ireland coach's message. The New Zealander pointedly described his out-half as "flat" when he reported for
Keith Earls has been ruled out of Ireland's opening autumn international against Samoa at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday with a knee injury. The Munster man has been suffering from patealla tendinitis, a common injury among professional rugby players.
The Ireland fly-half had played 784 minutes of rugby as Christmas approached last season, with nine games for Leinster and two for Ireland under his belt. He felt fresh and was worried about incurring injury as a result of his rest. He wouldn't play