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yesterday at 19:28. Facebook
GUINNESS PRO12 Result:
Glasgow Warriors 35-24 Connacht Rugby
Connacht lose a high scoring encounter at Scotstoun, despite leading at half time they fall just short. Connacht led 15-13 at the break with two first half tries from Niyi Adeolokun and John Muldoon. Connacht scored further points from the boot of Craig Ronaldson and Jack Carty in the second half but couldn't find quite enough for...
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yesterday at 17:14. Facebook
GUINNESS PRO12 Result:
Leinster Rugby 22-21 Cardiff Blues
Leinster win at the RDS by the closest of margins to remain top of the Championship table. Leinster led 14-7 at half time with tries from Dan Leavy and Luke McGrath. Cardiff Blues took the lead in second half before a try from Leinster's Ross Molony proved to be the winning score.
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yesterday at 16:04. Facebook
GUINNESS PRO12 Result:
Zebre 14-50 Munster
A comprehensive victory for Munster at the Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi , scoring seven tries. Munster led 24-7 at half time with tries from Niall Scannell, Tommy O'Donnell and Ronan O'Mahony. The dominance continued in the second half with further tries for Scannell and O'Mahony and a brace for replacement James Cronin.
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03/24/2017 at 21:44. Facebook
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Newport Gwent Dragons 17-27 Ulster Rugby Official
Ulster hold on after a Dragons fight back to take the win at Rodney Parade and retain their place in the top four.
Ulster led 10-3 at half time through an early try from Craig Gilroy but the Dragons got back to 17-17 after 66 minutes. Ulster kicked a penalty through Paddy Jackson to re-take the lead and scored a late try...
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03/24/2017 at 15:37. Facebook
GUINNESS PRO12 Team News
Andrew Browne makes his 150th appearance for Connacht Rugby as they face Glasgow Warriors at Scotstoun on Saturday afternoon (5.15pm kick off - live on Sky Sports).
Ireland 7’s player Josh Rowland is in line to make his first appearance for Connacht having recovered from a long-term ankle injury, he is named among the replacements.
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03/24/2017 at 15:33. Facebook
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Fresh from his 6 Nations debut Dan Leavy returns to the Leinster Rugby starting line up as Leinster take on Cardiff Blues at the RDS on Saturday afternoon (3pm kick off - live on Sky Sports).
Isa Nacewa returns to captain the side on the left wing, he is joined in the back three by Adam Byrne on the right wing and Joey Carbery at full back.
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03/24/2017 at 15:27. Facebook
GUINNESS PRO12 Team News
Dave O'Callaghan switches to the second row for Munster in his 70th appearance for the province as Munster take on Zebre at the Stadio Lanfranchi on Saturday afternoon (2pm kick off - UK & Ire time).
International trio Niall Scannell, John Ryan and Peter O’Mahony all start in the pack.
The full line up is in the comments section.
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03/24/2017 at 15:20. Facebook
GUINNESS PRO12 Team News
Luke Marshall is set to win his 100th cap for Ulster Rugby Official as they take on Newport Gwent Dragons at Rodney Parade this evening (7.35pm kick off - live on BBC NI).
Ireland duo Iain Henderson and Jared Payne return to the starting XV while Paddy Jackson is named among the replacements.
The full line up is in the comments section.
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03/23/2017 at 11:37. Facebook
The World Rugby Technical Review Group visited Dublin this week as part of the bid process for Rugby World Cup 2023.
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03/22/2017 at 16:40. Facebook
#Ireland2023 Ready For The World: Four of our iconic stadiums through the eyes of four sporting legends. Brian O'Driscoll on Aviva Stadium, Bernard Brogan on Croke Park, Philip Matthews on Kingspan Ravenhill and Paul O'Connell on Thomond Park
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03/21/2017 at 19:19. Facebook
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03/19/2017 at 09:46. Facebook
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RBS 6 Nations Result:
Ireland 13-9 England

Ireland win a hard fought encounter at the Aviva Stadium and deny England the second successive Grand Slam. Ireland scored the only try of the match in the first half through Iain Henderson, with the remaining points coming from the boot of Johnny Sexton. Ireland finish the tournament in second place in the Championship table.
A pitchside view of the action and atmosphere in Donnybrook on St. Patrick's Day as England recorded a Championship double against two brave Ireland teams.
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Ireland complete their Six Nations campaign against England at the Aviva Stadium today (5pm kick off).
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Women's Six Nations Result:
Ireland Women 7-34 England Women
Ireland fight hard at Donnybrook but go down to England as the Red Roses take the Grand Slam. After a tight first half England led 5-0 but produced a strong second half performance to take the title. Ireland's try came from Leah Lyons from close range.