The westerners were in Sale yesterday for training session with added intensity.
The northern province are playing two games in Kingspan Stadium tonight. Ruan Pienaar will sit out the fixtures with an elbow injury.
Wednesday 24 August, 2016
The Aucklander his hoping the influence of the ‘exceptional’ Graham Henry can give Leinster and edge in his second year back after retirement.
Bowe gunning for All Black fixtures as pain of his 'last proper game' lingers on after knee nightmare
The wing hopes to play in the early weeks of the new season, but Ulster Director of Rugby Les Kiss must deal with an injury crisis in the front row.
Tuesday 23 August, 2016
Some players have made a permanent move to live in Limerick and those who haven’t are staying overnight during training weeks.
Pat Lam is coming down hard on any signs of complacency in Galway.
Monday 22 August, 2016
Anthony Joshua is clearly in trouble there.
Sunday 21 August, 2016
Controversial pick Pollock leads Irish trio home with terrific charge through second half of Marathon
The Co. Down man went a long way towards justifying his selection for the Games.
It’s been a busy week on and off the track at the Olympic Games.
There’s only so many red panties to go around.
Ireland’s Marathon men will be our main focus on the last day of the Games.
The Dubliner went the full five rounds for the first time in Vegas last night.
Friday 19 August, 2016
Were you paying attention to events in Rio this week?
Both provinces take on Premiership clubs tomorrow afternoon.
'I tried to win the Olympic Games and I finished 6th': Heffernan delighted after seriously tough 50km
The Corkman was upgraded to fifth place after Japan’s Hirooki Arai was initailly disqualified post-race.
Townsend will be a tough act to follow, but Rennie has the pedigree to improve Glasgow during his two-year contract.
Toulouse will be in Galway on the opening weekend.
All today’s action heading into the final weekend of Rio 2016.
Thursday 18 August, 2016
Arthur Lanigan-O’Keefe won 16 of his duels and will have a rest day tomorrow before the men’s event is run off in full on Saturday.
After the hotel-raiding distractions yesterday, there’s some big sporting events to look forward to today.
Wednesday 17 August, 2016
It’s been an extremely busy day in sport administration.
Monday 15 August, 2016
The Waterford man was the 10th fastest in the Olympic heats today.
West Mercia police were called because there were fears for the safety of an individual.
No, it’s nothing to do with Taylor Swift (we checked).
Saturday 13 August, 2016
The semi-finals will be on Sunday night.
Friday 12 August, 2016
Anne-Marie Rindom took over as overall leader in the Laser Radial class.
The Dubliner can seal early progression from his group with a win over a home favourite tomorrow.
The Waterford man is four shots off the podium places at the halfway stage.
Thursday 11 August, 2016
After a few hard days, there was plenty of good news for Team Ireland today.
'All the sacrifices, being away from family and friends are worthwhile' - Olympic finalists Lynch and Lambe
The duo are drawing confidence from their achievement today as they know they can compete with the best in the world.
Seamus Power also managed to hit back-to-back birdies on his front nine.
The Corkmen were third in their semi-final and fifth fastest overall in the men’s lightweight double sculls semis.
After last night’s defeat to Joe Ward, we need some good news today.
Seasick? So what! Annalise Murphy has the stomach to lead from the front.
Wednesday 10 August, 2016
Meanwhile, the man who beat Paddy Barnes lost out at the quarter-final stage.
Fiji’s dream of a first ever gold medal lives on.
The Dubliner is the sailor to beat as she heads into a well-earned rest window after six races in three days.
The Limerick woman ended her first Olympics with 25th place in today’s heats.