We pick our stand-out performers from Week One of the new campaign.
Philippe Saint-André’s men are one place above Joe Schmidt’s on the official list.
The Dublin players are going to be undergoing rehabilitation from the injuries.
The Ireland out-half says he and his teammates will remain performance-focused despite what’s on the line.
Conor McGrath catches the eye for Clare, Tipperary’s cause for defensive concern and Kilkenny’s springtime auditions.
The Cork native took charge of Seattle Sounders’ win against Sporting Kansas City over the weekend.
It’s Christmas Eve for horse racing fans.
They’re still talking about N’Do’s “loopy-loop” free in the Bit O’Red dressing room.
Sunderland defender Dan Casey is one of the stars of ‘Football Scholars’, which began on Setanta last week.
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The Ulster wing will not be involved in the decisive final round fixture of the Six Nations.
Derry skipper led from the rear in last night’s 1-1 draw at Shamrock Rovers.
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The Brazilian legend is worried about the striker, who is carrying a nation’s hopes into the tournament
Racing Métro hooker Dimitri Swarzewski is also back in Philippe Saint-André’s squad.
From Ruby Walsh to Tony McCoy, Irish jockeys should have plenty to smile about at this year’s festival.
It was a busy weekend of action in the Allianz football and hurling leagues.
The 28-year old from Down won the visually-impaired Super-G even this morning.
A perfect moment from Saturday’s game.
The counties meet in the Connacht championship on Wednesday.
The Welsh joined in the wave of tributes towards the Irish legend.
Kerry take on Cork in Austin Stack Park in Tralee on Wednesday night.
“It is crazy to think how many young kids he has inspired,” reflected the Ulster flanker after Ireland’s impressive win over Italy.
The American made the first step towards smoothing out the pair’s fractious relationship.
Banners in the 82,000-seater Stadio Olimpico read ‘It’s him or us’ and ‘Today, only him’.
Nikos Karabelas joined the scoring party after Los Blancos raced clear through Cristiano Ronaldo and Marcelo.
Sunday 9 March, 2014
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Goals from Noelle Healy and Sinead Aherne were good enough to give The Dubs a share of the spoils and preserve their unbeaten run.
“We fully expect to be up-and-running again for the game v Bray Wanderers,” a statement added.
The 27-year-old came on for Brian O’Driscoll and scored a late try.
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Derry had a chance to secure the victory, but Rory Patterson missed a one-on-one late on.
The fullback was taken out in the air by England’s Jack Nowell.
The ITV pundit was at his witty best this afternoon.
The Kingdom prevailed by a score of 3-15 to 0-9.
London and Carlow won today’s other games in the basement division.
Orla Cotter and Katrina Mackey had the Leesiders on top but the Premier County battled back.
The League Cup champions, were bidding to avenge their 1-0 defeat in last season’s final.
There were also wins for Longford and Limerick today.
Derek McGrath’s side triumphed in Walsh Park today.