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Ardscoil trailed 7-0 at the break, but a brilliant second-half showing saw them make their dominance count on the scoreboard. Both kickers missed early chances to put their side into the lead in what was a frenetic and full-blooded opening quarter.
O'Connell's passion will set tempo for Ireland campaign During the week leading up to Ireland's momentous World Cup victory over Australia in 2011, Paul O'Connell fell victim to one of the squad's infamous "court sittings." Irish rugby supporters
Multi million Euro deal unites the two brands until 2020 Dublin, Monday January 27th; Leading sports clothing brand Canterbury of New Zealand has been announced as the new kit supplier to the Irish Rugby Football Union. Irish fans will see the
Jamie Heaslip has signed a new three-year contract with the Irish Rugby Football Union which will keep him at Leinster until at least June 2017. Heaslip had been strongly linked with a possible move to French club Toulon. However, like his Leinster
Almost 2.5m is at stake for Irish rugby this weekend as the four provinces go in search of European progress. Another French epic to add to Blues' collection There was little jubilation on the mucky pitch at the Stade Pierre Antoine when the final
Ardscoil Ris were short of hookers for their Bowen Shield ( Munster U-16) campaign and the then full-back, who by his own admission had had a "couple of good summers and put on a few pounds", stepped forth and bound up with a prop on either side for
Brendan Fanning talks to a wide range of rugby personalities about their hopes and dreams for 2014 Blues dig deep to edge past dogged Connacht The 34-6 loss endured by Leinster in the corresponding fixture last season was the biggest they have ever
Consistency brings no security Rob Penney's final assignment before taking up the Munster job in the summer of 2012 was to lead the Baby Blacks, as New Zealand's under 20 side are known, in pursuit of the Junior World Championship in South Africa...
They are not as pivotal as, say, the festive games in soccer in England, especially with some players likely to be absent due to Irish camp -- but these games have their own place in Irish rugby. I know supporters love them, especially those who are
Nick Purewal 19 December 2013 When Johnny Sexton reported for autumn international duty with Ireland last month, new head coach Joe Schmidt was on tenterhooks. Ex-New Zealand schoolteacher Schmidt coached Sexton every day for three years at Leinster .