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Watch: Thomond Park Gives Joey Carbery A Riveting Welcome

Thomond Park let their feelings be known as Joey Carbery made his Munster debut in today’s PRO14 opener. Cheetahs were the opponent and with 53 minutes gone, all was going to plan for Munster in today’s PRO14 opener with them leading by a score of 17-0. Then, with the job seemingly all-but-done for the day, their marquee signing of the …

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Jared Payne Back In Irish Squad For Final Two Rounds Of The Six Nations

EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND - FEBRUARY 03: Joe Schmidt the coach of Ireland is seen during the captains run prior to tomorrow's 6 Nations match between Scotland and Ireland at Murrayfield on February 3, 2017 in Edinburgh, Scotland. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

Following on from their 19-9 win over France last weekend, Joe Schmidt has named a 36 man squad for Ireland’s two remaining Six Nations encounters against Wales and England. Despite being out of action with a kidney injury for the last three months, Jared Payne makes an immediate return to the Irish squad alongside Leinster’s  Joey Carbery. Quinn Roux, who was a …

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Ranking Irish Rugby’s Most Memorable Images Of 2016

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As the year draws to a close, we can look back on 2016 as a phenomenal, and at times tragic, twelve months of rugby. The rugby community lost a true legend in Anthony Foley as Munster’s Head Coach suddenly passed away in October. The effect he had on the sport has been highlighted wonderfully since his death with the numerous tributes …

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Leinster Name Team To Play Connacht

Leinster head coach Leo Cullen has made ten changes from the side that were defeated 22-16 by Montpellier last weekend, with talented inside back Joey Carberry set to start at fly-half in absence of the rested Johnny Sexton. Carberry has been a revelation for Leinster this season and starred in the Blues’ opening Champions Cup win over Castres two weeks ago …

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Opinion: A Radical Ireland XV That Would Trouble The All Blacks

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New Zealand swept Australia aside on Saturday to break the record for the number of consecutive test wins in rugby union. Next up is Ireland in Chicago, with few giving Joe Schmidt’s side any real chance of upsetting the odds. During his tenure with Ireland, the Kiwi coach has been renowned for tailoring the game plan to challenge the opposition. …

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Ireland: Five Surprise Selections Schmidt Could Make Ahead Of The November Internationals

Ireland Rugby Tour To South Africa 2016 Ireland Rugby Captain's Run, Nelson Mandela Stadium, Port Elizabeth, South Africa 24/6/2016 Head coach Joe Schmidt Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Billy Stickland

Ireland’s recent endeavours in South Africa have shown the merits of introducing a dash of freshness into the camp. Several fringe players put their hands up in the intimidating environments of Cape Town, Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth. While they ultimately failed to finish out the job, several of the more inexperienced troop will have undoubtedly benefitted from the experience. Many …

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Pro 12 Review – Top Irish Performers Of Week 1

Last weekend marked the beginning of a new season for Irish Rugby as the provinces were back in action for the first time since May. Glasgow Warriors avenged last year’ semi-final defeat to Connacht by throttling the defending champions 41-5 in Galway, while Munster, Leinster and Ulster all opened up their campaigns with opening weekend wins. To kick off the first …

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Leinster Boss Cullen Full Of Praise For Emerging Fly-Half Talent

Leinster Rugby Squad Training, Rosemount, UCD 28/3/2016 Joey Carberry Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Gary Carr

Leinster coach Leo Cullen has praised 20-year-old fly-half Joey Carberry as a ‘confident’ yet ‘grounded’ player following Carberry’s two-try performance in the Blues’ season opener against Treviso on Friday night. Two first half tries from Carberry and a second half score from substitute hooker James Tracy set up a 20-8 win for Leinster at the RDS, but much of the …

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Dream Start: Joey Carberry’s Stunning Two Try Performance

DUBLIN, IRELAND - MAY 02: Fans celebrate during the Heineken Cup semi final match between Munster and Leinster at Croke Park on May 2, 2009 in Dublin, Ireland. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

There weren’t a lot of positives in Leinster’s first 40 minutes of the season against Treviso. The Blues looked sloppy at times, their line-out was at times wayward, and their runners were often far too deep to break the line, but what was immediately apparent to those in attendance at the RDS was that Joey Carberry is a player for …

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