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  • Ireland
    Ireland scared by Italy in Rome

    Ireland had to sweat to beat Italy in third Six Nations’ Round Against all odds, Italy and...

  • Six Nations
    6 Nations 2019 Preview

    This year’s 6 Nations competition is one of the most competitive in a long time with most...

  • Rugby
    Eight Observations from the Wallabies vs Ireland Series

    Three tests, 110 points, eight piercing observations.

  • Rugby
    Ireland prove their class with 2nd test win

    With the Wallabies in somewhat uncharted territory of having been impressive in their first game of the...

  • Rugby
    Wallaby Ratings – Ireland game 1

    Finishers THE PATENTED G&GR RATINGS GUIDE: 10 – A legendary performance to go down in the history...

  • Rugby
    Australia wrecks Ireland’s winning run

    23 Irish blokes walk into a stadium. That’s about as far as I got. An Irish side...

  • Ireland
    Ireland: Dead Ahead

    I think we can all almost feel it. The sweet release of getting into test rugby. This...

  • Ireland
    Time in Possession – Wallaby Matches in 2011

    Recently I published my Involvement Rates for the Wallabies in 2011.  As you probably know this is...

  • Rugby
    Analysis: Wallabies v Ireland

    Wallaby supporters would hardly have been filled with confidence for the upcoming Tr-Nations by the performance against Ireland. The Wallabies had 145 phases from the 50 times they commenced a possession sequence.  Yet they were only able to make five line breaks and score two tries (one of which was an intercept). ...

  • All Blacks
    Battle of the Hemispheres

    Three weeks into the November tours and Southern Hemisphere strength is proving all too strong for the...

  • Wallaby man of the match vs Ireland

    For 60 minutes the Wallabies didn’t actually play much rugby vs Ireland last weekend, so it wasn’t such a surprise that the excellent paddy fullback Kearney got the gong. However, if an Aussie were to get it who would’ve it been? Your votes are in belowAs you can see while Gits does...

  • Wallabies
    Tuqiri’s hit on Flannery video highlight

    Here’s the footage of the rib-cracking tackle Lote Tuqiri put on Jerry Flannery in the dying seconds of the test last Saturday, June 14th. A hit like that really lifts a team in defence, and it couldn’t have been better timed. Having been a critic of Steve Austin in the past, there’s...

  • Wallabies
    James Horwill try Wallabies vs Ireland – Directors Cut

    None of the full video highlights I could find had all the lead up to this fine...

  • Wallabies
    Australia vs Ireland June 14 Video Highlights

    Unfortunately none of the highlights I could find showed all of the lead up to the second Wallabies try (have now posted it here). Have a look for Mortlock steaming out of the line for the Irish second try and where’s the rest of the pack on their first?

  • Wallabies
    Wallabies vs Ireland Player Ratings

    New coach new era, how’d the players go? 15. Shepherd – solid in defense and at the...

  • Wallabies
    Australia Wallabies vs Ireland Score & Review

    Wallabies 18 – Ireland 12 In so many ways this was a perfect opening hit-out for Aussie Robbie. Importantly the Wallabies won – a loss would have killed the Dingo Deans feelgood factor stone dead. But equally, in this game we saw all of the Wallabies collective traits, both positive and negative,...

  • France vs Ireland: score, result, review & stats

    The end is nigh for IrelandFrance 25Ireland 3 Tonight Ireland’s chances of progressing any further in this Rugby World Cup became very slim indeed. They now need to score four tries against Argentina next week, and make sure that Los Pumas fail to secure a bonus point themselves. On the basis of...

  • World Cup weekend round-up

    There are plenty of places where you can get the scoop on what happened over the weekend – Sportsfreak did a great job. So what I’m going to do here is a give a quick spray of the key talking points as I see ‘em. France, New Zealand and RispuctFor anyone who’s...

  • All Blacks
    Warm up’s over – who’s where?

    Where do the Rugby World Cup contenders stand with all the warm up games out of the way? You’d have to say that the faces with smiles on them will have a beret above and garlic underneath. The French have dispatched all comers, at home or away, and while doing so still...