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Both coaches have been able to recall the big guns for tomorrow’s inter-pro.
Head coach Matt O’Connor feels that his side just need to finish off the opportunities they are creating.
The powerful number eight credits his swift rise to formative years with Old Belvedere in the AIL.
The back row will be sidelined after picking up a shoulder injury against Connacht.
‘At the end of the day, we can’t play the game for the guys,’ says skills and kicking coach Richie Murphy.
Meanwhile, Sean O’Brien, Marty Moore and Cian Healy are making good progress in training.
Fitzgerald says the province have ‘lot of smart guys’ in their backroom, but the players must improve.
Anthony Foley wants his side to match ‘one of our better performances’ on a regular basis.
Tommy O’Donnell, Ian Keatley and Andrew Conway were among the players to impress on Friday night.
It’s function over fashion around the RDS these days.
The likes of Ronan O’Mahony, Duncan Williams, Billy Holland and Dave O’Callaghan stood out in Limerick.
Captain Shane Jennings admitted that Munster simply ‘played better than us’ at Thomond Park.
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The 24-year-old centre was named man of the match after the inter-pro clash at the RDS.
Matt Healy was trying to keep the game alive, but he killed it.
Zane Kirchner and Shane Jennings scored tries for Matt O’Connor’s men.
Kevin McLaughlin admits the players need to start delivering on the pitch.
The Australian head coach says his side are measured by a ‘different yardstick’ to the other Irish provinces.
The new deal will bring the prop beyond his 36th birthday.
The on-loan Cheetahs front row has been named on Matt O’Connor’s bench for tomorrow’s tie at the RDS.
The western province have never won in the RDS, but are hoping that 14 changes will give them the best possible chance.
Children from Laura Lynn, Heart Children Ireland and Blackrock Flyers Special Olympics Club were surprised by Healy, Kearney, Conan and Madigan.
The likes of Caolin Blade have given Pat Lam some welcome selection headaches for the coming weeks.
Players who clock up three warnings and/or yellow cards in the Champions Cup will face an extra judicial hearing.
With the top four facing off this weekend, there’s plenty up for grabs when fifth play sixth.
Rounds three and four of the Champions Cup weren’t great for the Irish sides, were they?
The Coventry-bound club had the bonus point wrapped up after 40 minutes.
The eastern province’s captain says his side are being pushed to be less ‘robotic’ by their Australian coach.
The Australian head coach has gone for Isaac Boss’ physicality at scrum-half.
Munster, Leinster and Ulster face into potentially make-or-break fixtures over the European club rugby weekend.
The blindside says Leinster just want to right the wrongs of last weekend.
Jimmy Gopperth improved at out-half for Matt O’Connor’s side in Sunday’s clash with Harlequins.
The activists have been in close contact with the Irish movement in recent months, and have even held solidarity events in Detroit.
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The number eight is confident that his side can turn things around before the return leg against Harlequins.
The Leinster head coach pointed to the scrum as an area that needs major improvement ahead of next weekend.
We went minute-by-minute as the teams tied for top spot in Pool 2 went head to head.
The versatile back will be tasked with jump-starting Leinster’s attack this afternoon.