Ireland will tour Australia next year in the first ever three-Test series between the teams.
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Leinster backs coach Girvan Dempsey spoke to media at Leinster HQ in UCD yesterday and gave an update on the injury front after the bruising Champions Cup encounter with Montpellier.
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Ulster started their Champions Cup campaign with a pleasing 19-9 win over Wasps at a bouncing Kingspan Stadium last Friday night.
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The IRFU is now inviting applications for the position of the Ireland Women’s team head coach.
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One point remains the difference between UL Bohemians and Railway Union ahead of next Saturday’s top of the table clash at Park Avenue. There were also wins for Old Belvedere and Cooke in round 4, writes Michael Gallagher.
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Ulster say they will stick by Marcell Coetzee after the South Africa flanker suffers another huge injury setback.
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Tries from Jacob Stockdale and Stuart McCloskey give Ulster a 10-point win over Wasps in their Champions Cup opener.
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Connacht make a winning start to their European Challenge Cup bid with an impressive bonus-point victory over Oyonnax.
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Ulster have confirmed that Marcell Coetzee underwent surgery this week in South Africa. He has had recurrent left knee problems because of a laxity in his previously repaired anterior cruciate ligament, and to repair this he has had revision surgery p…
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The Women’s All-Ireland League resumes this weekend, with last season’s finalists, UL Bohemians and Old Belvedere, playing host to the current bottom two, Galwegians and Tullamore, respectively. Michael Gallagher previews the round 4 fixtures.
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