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Watch Scrum V Pro14 highlights as Cardiff Blues beat Munster at the Arms Park.
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Terenure College, Young Munster and Dublin University were the main movers in the top flight of the Ulster Bank League over another action-packed weekend, while only a single point separates the leading three sides in Division 1B after Banbridge’s bri…
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Fergus McFadden expects Ireland’s upcoming NatWest 6 Nations games to only get tougher after he made his first appearance in the Championship in two years.
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Ulster head coach Jono Gibbes blames a series of basic errors for his side’s last-gasp defeat by Edinburgh.
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All focus returns to the Women’s All-Ireland League this weekend for what promises to be a thrilling set of matches, as clubs strive for crucial wins with only three rounds remaining in the regular season, writes Michael Gallagher.
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With Highfield’s match at Corinthians postponed due to a waterlogged pitch, Malone have an opportunity to extend their lead at the top of Ulster Bank League Division 2A, while Galwegians take their newfound winning form north to Queen’s University.
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While Old Crescent are odds-on favourites to extend their unbeaten run to 14 matches against struggling City of Derry, Division 2B’s match of the day pits Navan against Wanderers in a Leinster derby that could have a big impact on the sides’ eventual …
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Malahide’s first assignment since moving to the top of Division 2C is a visit to fellow promotion hopefuls Bangor, while Thomond and Sligo – both beaten last time out – return home looking for a swift return to winning ways.
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Duncan Weir earns Edinburgh a dramatic and crucial Pro14 win over Ulster with the final kick of the game at Kingspan Stadium.
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It was an eventful night in the top two tiers of the Ulster Bank League, as Lansdowne and Terenure College fought hard for home wins in Division 1A, while UL Bohemians stung former Division 1B leaders Shannon with a 26-22 defeat at Thomond Park.
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Ulster Bank League Division 1A resumes tonight with two Friday Night Lights clashes in the capital, as St. Mary’s visit table toppers Lansdowne at headquarters, and two of the top-four hopefuls, Terenure and Clontarf, meet at Lakelands Park.
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A rip-roaring Limerick derby between Shannon and UL Bohemians will kick off the action in Ulster Bank League Division 1B this weekend, with new leaders Ballynahinch’s clash with third-placed Banbridge commanding most of the attention on Saturday after…
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Ireland international Andrew Conway and promising youngster Stephen Fitzgerald are the latest duo to sign contracts with Munster Rugby and the IRFU.
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Leinster head coach Leo Cullen has named his team for the visit of reigning GUINNESS PRO14 champions, the Scarlets, to the RDS on Saturday afternoon (kick-off 3.15pm).
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Two tries by James Lowe helps Leinster move three points clear of Scarlets at the top of Conference B in the Pro14 after a 20-13 victory.
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The Munster team to face Cardiff Blues in Wales on Saturday (kick-off 5.30pm) has been named with Jack O’Donoghue set to captain the province for the first time at senior level.
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