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Ireland International Prop To Leave Leinster For Wasps

While there is not yet a full scale exodus from the Irish provinces, the IRFU must certainly be worried about the fact that some of its international stars are leaving the provinces for English and French clubs. It was announced last month that Ian Madigan is headed to Bordeaux at the end of the season. Today, Gerry Thornley of The Irish …

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The 5 Most Important Players In Irish Rugby Post World Cup

Joe Schmidt will have to re-evaluate his squad before the Six Nations. Although Ireland may have crashed out of the World Cup, Irish rugby has never been in such a strong position. Never before has Ireland had as much depth in their squad, or attracted as many supporters. Indeed, while Paul O’Connell may have retired and the likes of Rory …

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CONFIRMED: Ireland Squad Named For Rugby World Cup

The Ireland squad for the upcoming Rugby World Cup has been confirmed by the IRFU, via their website, with Felix Jones and Marty Moore missing out. Isaac Boss also misses out, as Joe Schmidt has decided to select just two specialist nines. This means Ian Madigan will slot in as cover if the unthinkable were to happen to both Conor …

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Rugby: Can Ireland Win The World Cup?

Ireland dug deep to defeat Australia 26-23 on Saturday to complete three wins from three in their Autumn series, which meant it was Ireland’s first November clean sweep since 2006. As 2015 beckons, focus now turns to the World Cup. It may be taboo to even mention, but nonetheless, the question must be now posed – can Ireland capture the Webb …

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