The irony isn’t lost on Brian O’Driscoll; all the recent gains made in increasing the visibility of women in sport, yet an apparent gag put on Ireland’s players before their final Six Nations game against Italy.
Ireland women’s head coach Adam Griggs has sought to clarify remarks made on the running of the sport in this country after admitting an answer to a question earlier this week had caused confusion.
Dorothy Wall is out for a walk around Ballsbridge as she considers what it is that sets her apart as an athlete. It’s not an easy question for any sportsperson to answer, but after her incredible, dominant performance against Wales last Saturday it seems an obvious place to start.
England coach Eddie Jones calls them the “finishers”, those players he summons from the bench to close out games that need to be won, rescue those that look like they might be lost, or confirm a victorious platform laid down by those who preceded them.
Ireland Sevens international Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe is in line for her Irish debut having been named on the replacements bench for this week’s Six Nations final play-off against France, while hooker Emma Hooban also comes into the Match Day 23 in the second bench change from last weekend's victory over Wales in Cardiff.
Head Coach Adam Griggs has named his Ireland Match Day 23 to face Wales in Saturday’s Women’s Six Nations game in Cardiff with Sevens international Eve Higgins set for her XVs debut in the centre
IRISH lock forward Aoife McDermott is itching for her side to kick off their Guinness Six Nations challenge against Wales this weekend and claims Adam Griggs' side are the "fittest, strongest and fastest" they have ever been.
Are you f***ing serious? Was that the response to the fact Ellis Genge was not cited for what he did to Johnny Sexton on Saturday. Well no, that is what Kyle Sinckler said in response to a refereeing decision by his former Harlequins team-mate Karl Dickson in a Premiership match in January.
The Six Nations threw an intriguing scenario up on social media yesterday, a taster for Friday night’s finish with a flourish in Paris. So if France secure a bonus point win over Scotland by 20 points, with exactly five tries, then the two countries would be level on match points, points’ difference, and tries scored. So they would share the title. Like wow!
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