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When the venue is Thomond Park then the climb doesn't get much easier. And when the away team arrives with about as much enthusiasm for competing as you would for completing a tax return, then the issue doesn't remain live for too long.
With Leinster and Munster primed for a third semi-final showdown since 2006 later this month if they can overcome French giants Toulon and Toulouse , Ulster can join them in a Lansdowne Road double header by beating Saracens ...And, based on research
European rugby bosses are expected to announce a final agreement on the tournament to replace the Heineken Cup on Thursday. The 20-team tournament is expected to see six Aviva Premiership teams, six clubs from France's Top 14 competition and seven of
Three wins in their last four games have moved Garryowen level with Ballynahinch on 17 points at the foot of the table, which is a remarkable achievement given that they had looked dead and buried at the turn of the year. But that was until the
Last Saturday, the Limerick man lifted the Six Nations trophy after the national rugby team's dramatic win over France in Paris . Now, accounts filed by O'Connell's firm Nellcon to the Companies Office for the 12 months to the end of last April show
Writing in his autobiography, he said he noticed that, following the Champions League victory, "a handful of players told the press that after this they didn't care if they never won another trophy .....Though they still won the Premiership the
Now his sights are set on ending Ulster 's eight-year trophy famine. His native province is in the hunt for the Heineken Cup and Pro12 honours, and while either would do, he would prefer to cap a roller-coaster 12 months by winning both. "It hasn't
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