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Friend's Connacht set for Russia trip to play Ireland's World Cup opponents
The western province are heading back to Russia next week after their memorable Challenge Cup adventure in 2015.
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'Worth the journey' - A Cork star flew 6,000 miles to play in the league final before returning to Canada
Orlagh Farmer was presenting at a press conference in Winnipeg for her PhD last week and flew back this morning.
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Stoke seal €16m Ndiaye deal despite comical complications
Badou Ndiaye has completed his deadline-day move from Galatasaray to Stoke City, the Potters have confirmed.
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'We'll look at it early in the New Year' - Leinster winner Durcan on travel commitments
Donegal’s All-Ireland winner is based in the Middle East but has helped Ballyboden to Leinster glory.
# Flying High
This man never has to pay for flights - here's why
It sounds complicated, but could save you loads.
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Jonny Sexton flying back to France for Racing Metro duty
Ireland coach Joe Schmidt added that the number 10 was ‘flat’ after playing non-stop for Racing Metro.
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19 ministers set for overseas travel for St Patrick's Day
13 senior ministers, five junior ministers, and the attorney general are all jetting off next week to lead trade missions.
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Europa League previews: Testing away encounters for St Pat's and Sligo
The Saints find themselves in Bosnia and looking to keep up a good European run while Rovers face Spartak Trnava of Slovakia.
# Irish tour
'Good question Pat': Follow our man in New Zealand with the Irish rugby team
Our reporter, Patrick McCarry, is in the home of the world champion All Blacks as Ireland look to make history.
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Heineken Cup 2012: Fans flock to London ahead of Leinster and Ulster clash
Camper vans, pre-flight drinks, convoys and trips through the Channel Tunnel are just some of the supporters’ tales before the big final.