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Girvan Dempsey To Join Bath After 21 Years At Leinster

Girven Dempsey’s 21 year association with Leinster will come to an end this season as he agrees a deal to become attack coach at Bath. The end of this current season will see Girvan Dempsey finish up a 21-year stint as part of the Leinster rugby setup. He has agreed to become attack coach at the Premiership club Bath and …

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Frank Quinn Column: Stuart Lancaster’s Appointment Leaves Too Many Unanswered Questions

Leinster surprised the rugby public when they appointed Stuart Lancaster as senior coach this week. Last season Leinster paid the price for sacking Matt O’Conner without having an alternative candidate ready to take the reigns. The speed at which the province moved to cast aside the Australian was in complete contrast to their fruitless search to find a replacement. Throughout the …

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Ireland’s Greatest XV

As we continue to look at the best players for each major nation at international level, we next move on to Ireland and the individuals who have been the most successful for their country. Each team below is based on statistics rather than one person’s opinions, therefore there is an element of objectivity rather than personal preference. We begin by …

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Leinster’s Coaching Ticket Beginning to Take Shape

Leinster’s new coaching ticket is beginning to take shape following Matt O’Connor’s departure Leinster have appointed John Fogarty to replace Marco Caputo as scrum coach, after he resigned in the wake of Matt O’Connor’s sacking. Fogarty, a former Munster, Connacht and Leinster player, was part of the blues side that won the 2009 Heineken Cup. Fogarty is no stranger to the Leisnter set up, having …

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