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Thursday 30 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Approach

Last year
'We've been criticised for kicking too much, but the stats just don't add up'
Munster senior coach Stephen Larkham is happy with the province’s variety in attack.
All time
Munster set to sign South African lock Jenkins ahead of next season
The 25-year-old won his single Springboks cap back in 2018.
Rory McIlroy taking Tiger Woods’ approach at Bay Hill
The 2018 champion shot an opening 66 in the Arnold Palmer Invitational.
'If people want to criticise me, that's fine... I'm here to do a job'
Cork City manager John Caulfield addressed criticism of his side’s tactics after last night’s win over Dundalk.
Atletico report Barcelona for illegal Antoine Griezmann approach
Barca were slapped with a one-year transfer ban for the illegal recruitment of foreign minors by Fifa in 2015.
Liverpool end interest in Van Dijk and apologise after row with Southampton
The Netherlands international won’t be moving to Anfield.
'I want them to express themselves' - Gatland backs Lions to bring x-factor
The Lions boss has split the tour into two parts in his planning.
Violent prisoner is still on the move on the island of Ireland
Jonathan Turley was supposed to return to prison on May 9 after being released on bail.
Wales not expecting 'attractive rugby' from Schmidt's Ireland in Cardiff
Wales assistant coach Robin McBryde says Ireland’s squad looks like a ‘very happy’ one.
Islamic militants congratulate Messi on goal, invite him to 'join the jihadist call'
Lionel Messi picked up some new admirers with his last-minute winner against Iran.
Ireland’s Best is good enough to exert ‘physical dominance’ over Wales
The Ulster hooker explains how Joe Schmidt’s training methods are making the national team more adaptable.
Irish organisation's evolving approach to overseas aid
Aidlink was set up in 1982, and since the lat 1990s has undergone a number of major changes – including immersing students in Ghanian life.
England boss Hodgson plans change of approach
The ex-West Brom manager believes the side “must maintain possession better”.
Toon return? Newcastle bid to bring back Carroll - reports
The Magpies are believed to want to sign the striker on a season-long loan from Liverpool with a view to a permanent move.
Wales boss keen for Shawcross to switch allegiance
The former England U-21 defender is eligible to play for the country he was raised in and Chris Coleman wants to strengthen his squad.