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Saturday 25 March 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Dan Tuohy

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# reality
'You have to treat it like a business. You're a commodity. There's no favours out there'
Former Ireland and Ulster lock Dan Tuohy has been forced to retire from rugby.
# late entries
Leicester and Pau register Irish forwards as additional players for European competitions
Dan Tuohy and Sean Dougall could feature for their clubs this weekend.
# Dan the Man
Irish international Tuohy joins one of Munster's European opponents on loan
The second row has joined Matt O’Connor’s Leicester.
# Dan the Man
Ireland international Dan Tuohy has left Ulster for Bristol
The veteran lock is heading to the Aviva Premiership strugglers, who’ll be coached by Pat Lam next season.
# Going Home
Ireland international Tuohy in talks with Bristol over Ulster switch
The 31-year-old has endured a frustrating year with injuries.
# locked in
Pick the Irish second rows you want to see play at the 2015 Rugby World Cup
Versatility may be key in the second row.
# Schmidt Watch
Analysis: World Cup contenders shine as Ulster's Pro12 form grows
We dissect the performances of some of Ulster’s key men during the win over Leinster.
# extended
Schmidt adds three players to Ireland squad as Gordon D'Arcy dropped
Michael Bent, Tadhg Furlong and Dan Tuohy have been called to Carton House this week.
# Blow
Luke Marshall set for another spell on the sidelines following fifth concussion
Ulster also confirmed that Dan Tuohy is to miss the Six Nations.
# Champions Cup
Ulster aiming to be 'squeaky clean' with Tuohy and Pienaar back on board
Neil Doak is hoping Ulster can take control of the penalty count as they chase a bonus point against Scarlets.
# Crocked
Another injury blow for Ulster as Tuohy set to miss up to 12 weeks
The second row suffered an arm injury during Ulster’s win in Cardiff last night
# Dan Tuohy
Ulster secure fine win in Cardiff to maintain unbeaten run
Tries from Dan Tuohy and Ian Humphreys helped the Irish side to triumph.
# Out of Action
Tuohy targets Saracens return after fracture to his right arm
The Ulster second row says he will be out for the rest of the Six Nations with the injury suffered against Wales.
# experience
O’Connell and D’Arcy return to Ireland team ahead of Wales clash
Head coach Joe Schmidt has made just two changes to his starting XV after last weekend’s victory over Scotland.
# the replacement
Breakfast meeting found Tuohy more than ready to fill O'Connell's shoes
The Ulster lock had his homework done before taking a Sunday morning call-up from Joe Schmidt.
# Secret Weapon
'It's not as hard as it looks' declares try-machine Dan Tuohy
You’ve been warned Australia and New Zealand!
# bonus point
Five-try Ulster see off Cardiff but injuries remove the gloss
Mark Anscombe’s men are taking on a Blues team fresh off the back of a Heineken Cup win over Toulon.
# Pre-Season
Flood hospitalised as Ulster ship 30 points to Leicester Tigers
The northern province were hammered 30-10 in Welford Road.
# London 2012
Snapshot: 3 of our favourite sportsmen together at last
Stand up for the Ulstermen, Kieran… oh.
# Ulster rugby
Heineken Cup: Injured Tuohy sits out Glasgow test
Ulster coach Mark Anscombe has made five changes in his team to take on the Glasgow Warriors tomorrow evening.
# Pro12
'We haven't won anything or done anything yet' - Ulster's Chris Henry
The back-row will captain the Pro12 leaders against Scarlets this evening.
# Blindside
Heineken Cup battles look out of reach for injured Ferris
The Ulster flanker is hopeful of a return in time for Ireland’s Six Nations campaign.
# Pro12
Tuohy set to return for Ulster against Scarlets
The 27-year-old lock has been missing since suffering an injury against Northampton last month.
# Provincial
No new injury concerns for Munster as O'Donnell and Dougall return
The scans have not brought such good news for Ulster.
# IreFij
Return of the Mike: Second row McCarthy beefs up the bench for Fiji clash
The Connacht lock will be hoping to build on a man-of-the-match outing against the Springboks last week.
# November Tests
Be like Mike: Tuohy ready to follow the lead of magnificent McCarthy
The Ulster lock is grateful to be preparing for a game against a side outside the world’s top two.
# November Tests
'I don't see myself as a South African rugby player at all' - Richardt Strauss
Ireland’s new hooker had a baptism of fire against his native country on Saturday and is warming to the task.
# fresh
‘Who are these guys?’ Declan Kidney set to name 30-man Ireland training squad
The Ireland coach will show his hand ahead of the November Series when the IRFU announce the chosen ones.
# better
Rory Best: We need to develop that ruthless Leinster mentality
The Ulster and Ireland hooker talks about the upcoming season, Irish rugby and finding more ‘freaks’ like Stephen Ferris.
# glory hunting
Stephen Ferris: Bloody good Ulster need to play with a bit more swagger
The flanker believes his team has all the necessary components to win the Heineken Cup this season.
# Carnage
Opinion: Predictions and brave words fall by the wayside after merciless mauling
The Grand Slam team of 2009 are well and truly a distant memory after Ireland’s record defeat.
# summer tour
Dan Tuohy: Ireland will go out with all guns blazing against the All Blacks
The Ulster lock believes Chris Henry, his provincial colleague, would ‘do the job’ if he is selected to replace Jamie Heaslip in the back row.
# Down Under
Sweeping changes in Irish team to face All Blacks
Declan Kidney has thrown convention to the wind as he shakes up the Ireland backline and hands out two new caps.
# out of 10
Ratings: We mark the Leinster and Ulster players out of 10
The pace was frantic and there were some superb individual performances but who did we rate as the game’s top dogs?
# unlocked
Innocent: Mike McCarthy free to tour New Zealand
The ‘eye-gouging’ complaint against the Connacht second row was not upheld by the Pro12 disciplinary committee.
Opinion: 6 reasons why Ulster will win on Sunday
The underdogs are more than capable of causing a shock, according to Whiff of Cordite’s Egg Chaser.