# france - Today’s News
After struggling early on, Ireland dominated France at the scrum.
The Irish wing reflects on Sunday’s emotional win in Cardiff.
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# france - Yesterday’s News
Figures show that 72% of all adults watching television tuned in to see the game.
Rob Kearney tells us about the slagging Ian Madigan took and the beaming smile of Paul O’Connell when they returned to the dressing room.
Madigan broke down in tears after the win in Cardiff.
Ireland will proceed in the World Cup without the captain, but with the excellent partnership of Henderson and Toner.
# france - Sunday 11 October, 2015
Relive the drama again and again and again…
The Ireland head coach says Peter O’Mahony was walking in the changing room after the game.
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The Pool D decider is the biggest game of the World Cup weekend.
# france - Saturday 10 October, 2015
How many of these French greats can you identify?
The form of the last four years is no concern for captain Thierry Dusautoir.
With a little help from his friends.
Injury to the Ulster man made for a funereal atmosphere immediately after today’s Captain’s Run in Cardiff.
All together now: “You can count on me…”
Henshaw says Johnny Sexton is big and bold enough to take care of himself.
Schmidt says Earls has shown just how physical he can be.
# france - Friday 9 October, 2015
Fergus McFadden says he’s got no problems with Sexton’s on-pitch demeanour.
The man had looked for €6,050 in damages.
The blindside will be the key component of Ireland’s breakdown strategy against France.
Keith Earls has a man mountain of a task ahead of him.
All work and no play, and all that…
Here’s the Ireland side to face the French.
# france - Thursday 8 October, 2015
Cork Airport will have several new direct routes for the 2016 season.
Nadine Morano, a former minister, has been removed from a list of candidates for upcoming regional elections.
‘The best 31 players are there and I’ve no regrets about that’ – D’Arcy is retiring with a clean slate
Gordon D’Arcy talks retirement, the World Cup and THAT Sam Burgess column.
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Henry says he’s learning how to make a big impression from the bench.
# france - Wednesday 7 October, 2015
Richie Murphy says Frédéric Michalak will have a big say this Sunday.
Sexton’s former Racing coach Laurent Labit didn’t appreciate the out-half’s crankier habits.
The Ireland flanker is ready for Sunday’s clash with France — “a far more dangerous side”.
# france - Tuesday 6 October, 2015
The scrum-half is gearing up for a ‘massive’ game on Sunday.
The hooker wants his team-mates to get down and dirty in the ruck.
Sunday’s unimpressive win over Italy was among the worst days under the Kiwi coach, but the four points are in the bag and destiny is in Ireland’s hands.
It’s game week and we’re pretty sure which France is going to turn up: World Cup France.
# france - Monday 5 October, 2015
Air France workers were protesting the announcement of 2,900 job losses.
Our columnist Peter Stringer says despite the performance, it’s job done so far.
# france - Sunday 4 October, 2015
“It is distressing, it sends shivers down your spine.”