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#The Line-Out

# the-line-out - Yesterday’s News

From The42 'By the look of it the lads are loving it': Carbery on the Farrell era, rehab and Ireland's chances Rugby

'By the look of it the lads are loving it': Carbery on the Farrell era, rehab and Ireland's chances

The Ireland and Munster out-half has been working hard behind the scenes during his latest injury troubles.

# the-line-out - Tuesday 11 February, 2020

From The42 'People never gave me a hope': Ireland legend Stringer on succeeding against the odds The Line-Out

'People never gave me a hope': Ireland legend Stringer on succeeding against the odds

The ex-Munster man would also like to see John Cooney given a start at scrum-half in this year’s Guinness Six Nations.

# the-line-out - Monday 10 February, 2020

'I won’t let anything beat me': How one woman overcame setbacks to become a rugby (and bobsleigh) star

Heather Fisher speaks openly about dealing with injury, alopecia and anorexia – then lifting the Women’s Six Nations trophy.

# the-line-out - Tuesday 4 February, 2020

From The42 'The guard said ‘I’ve been wanting to get my hands on you’’: Matt Williams on his rugby life in Ireland The Line-Out

'The guard said ‘I’ve been wanting to get my hands on you’’: Matt Williams on his rugby life in Ireland

And looking forward to the Guinness Six Nations – where he will be supporting his adopted home country.

'The guard said ‘I’ve been wanting to get my hands on you’’: Ex-Leinster coach Matt Williams on life in Ireland

The Australian pundit shares some memories ahead of the Guinness Six Nations – where he will be supporting his adopted home country.