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European Champions Cup Stars Of The Week

Patrick Perry identifies the brightest stars of this weekend’s European Champions Cup rugby action. During this European game week, which saw a youthful Leinster beat Bath, Racing Metro embarrass Scarlets, and Saracens overpower Ulster, we have been blessed with a number of great individual performances. Some shone brighter than others, however. Here are my stars of the week.   Garry …

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Irish Team Of The Weekend

It was a rare weekend of Irish success in the European Cup, with two of the three provinces winning on the same weekend for the first time this term. Munster and Ulster were largely at full strength, while Leinster took the chance to blood some of their young prospects in Europe for the first time. With all three provinces playing back-to-back …

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Leinster’s Youngsters Star In Win Over Bath

Supposedly undermanned, but never out-enthused, Leinster registered their first win of their European campaign with a hard-fought 25-11 victory over Bath at the RDS, by and large thanks to the performances of several academy products. European debutants Garry Ringrose, Luke McGrath, Peter Dooley, James Tracy, Tadhg Furlong and Ross Molony all excelled in their first starts in European competition with Tracy, Dooley and …

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Opinion: The Ireland XV Joe Schmidt Should Select For The Six Nations

Ireland coach Joe Schmidt will announce his Six Nations squad tomorrow afternoon, and there are many questions to be answered. Will he recognise the form of young Leinster star Garry Ringrose? What of Ulster’s form backs Stuart McCloskey and Luke Marshall? Will there be room for JJ Hanrahan? It is just over three weeks until Ireland open their Six Nations …

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Brian O’Driscoll Makes A Major Claim About Garry Ringrose

Garry Ringrose had a magnificent game this evening as Leinster scored ultimately a comprehensive victory over rivals Munster in Thomond Park. The 20 year old carved open the hosts’ defence with a run from his own half, before gifting the ball to Isa Nacewa to finish off a well worked try. This was a performance that many Leinster fans have …

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Twitter Fawns Over Garry Ringrose Moment Of Magic Vs Munster

Garry Ringrose has been a bright light in a dark season for Leinster, and hopes are high that he is the future of Irish rugby. Many were frustrated when he was not selected to face Toulon last week, but Leo Cullen has appeased the fans this week by selecting the youngster for Ireland’s biggest derby in Thomond Park. It has …

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All Change For Irish Provinces Ahead Of Christmas Derbies

Irish rugby fans are in for one hell of a treat in the coming days, with Leinster travelling to Limerick to face Munster, while Ulster face Connacht in Galway. Joe Schmidt will be an interested observer, with the Six Nations appearing on the horizon, but there are also precious Pro 12 points on the line. Leinster coach Leo Cullen has named …

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Leinster Name Team To Take On Toulon

Leinster coach Leo Cullen has named the side charged with the difficult task of beating Toulon tomorrow evening at the Aviva Stadium. Jack McGrath starts at tighthead, joining Richardt Strauss and Mike Ross in the front row. There is no change in the second row or back row, while Eoin Reddan comes in at scrum-half for the injured Isaac Boss. …

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Leinster Name Exciting Team For Interpro Clash With Ulster

Leo Cullen has unveiled a youthful team to play Ulster. After some of Leinster’s more experienced players were found wanting against both Wasps and Bath, Leo Cullen has reacted by selecting an exciting and youthful line up for tomorrow night’s clash with Ulster. After scoring a try on his Champions Cup debut, Josh van der Flier starts at open side flanker, …

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