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# Ireland

Coolock violence 'not an issue of community engagement', Taoiseach says
Ireland out to finish Euro 2025 group qualifiers on a high against France at the Páirc
15th July 2024
'I don’t think he gets fazed by much, balls of steel' - Ryan hails Frawley
Andy Farrell has cause to be a happy man after titanic tussle with Boks
This week
14th July 2024 - 16th July 2024
What a magical day in Durban said about South African rugby
How POC and Ireland tweaked a Munster play to slice the Boks apart
Ireland added a clever new layer to their goal-line drop-out play.
Doris: 'I’m thinking, ‘What the hell are you doing, kicking the ball away?'
‘I stand in solidarity with those girls’ - Denise O’Sullivan
Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
Farrell hails 'the guts, the bravery' of his victorious Ireland team
'The strike was probably the ugliest drop goal I've ever hit in my life'
Frawley's stunning drop goals send Ireland to special win in Durban
The replacement out-half smashed over two long-range drop goals to win it for Ireland.
Crowley: 'You don’t ever tap out, no matter what way you're performing'
'If it keeps half of you guys quiet, well…' - Gleeson's relief as Ireland break 2024 goal duck
Ireland beaten by England but returning Russell ends goal drought in Norwich
The losing run continued for Eileen Gleeson’s side at a rainy Carrow Road.
Ireland name side for World U20 semi-final against England
'If we lose against Ireland, we're still the world champions. That won't change'
How a meeting on Wednesday put fire in Ireland's bellies
Prendergast and Izuchukwu impress but have to wait for Ireland caps
'We don’t tend to lose two on the bounce' - Farrell demands more from Ireland
'It is deeply upsetting, football has to be safe' - Ireland manager on FAI abuse allegations
'It is deeply upsetting, football has to be safe' - Ireland manager on FAI abuse allegations
'Peter's not happy, but he does the right thing for the team' - Farrell
Andy Farrell announces Ireland's starting 15 ahead of second Test against South Africa
POM has to settle for bench role as Farrell backs Ryan's physical edge
Caelan Doris will look to nail his interactions with referee Karl Dickson.
Doris captains Ireland as O'Mahony drops to the bench
'We thought that Caelan handled himself incredibly well'
The 'top secret' appointment even FAI board members didn't know about
Marc Canham personally collected new Ireland manager Heimir Hallgrímsson from Dublin airport ahead of unveiling.
Murray and Kelleher set to start for Ireland in second Boks Test
'That next development and evolution of the team has to come in November'
'Everyone trained' - Ireland say they have a clean bill of health
Boks hooker Bongi calls for 'fair contest' in scrum against Ireland
Ireland showed they can cut the Boks but they've got to be sharper
Ireland’s attack was a mixed bag in the first Test but Andy Farrell’s men showed some class.
'I don't know if it's dangerous. It's one individual who said that' - Rassie
Rassie names completely unchanged Boks 23 for second Irish clash
'I feel good about my game' - Murray ready for return to nine shirt
Farrell needs big Ireland energy as Boks hit the seaside in uMhlanga
Doak and Heffernan called into Ireland squad in South Africa
Why Ireland will feel the three Springboks tries were avoidable
The South Africans seemed to stun Andy Farrell’s side with their beautiful opening score.
'It's the thing you dream of, it all happened very quick' - Osborne
What it's like to go to a match at the Springboks' fortress Loftus Versfeld
Braais, beers, brandies, and a magnificent rendition of Nkosi Sikelel’ iAfrika.