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Wednesday 6 December 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# Drawing Board

This year
Newcastle's dip in form continues with fifth draw in last six league games
Miguel Almiron’s strike earned Newcastle a draw at Bournemouth.
All time
Cullen pledges to address line-out issues ahead of Saracens clash
The Pro14 champs fluffed their lines at the set-piece during Saturday’s 27-5 victory over Ulster and know they face a tougher test this Saturday against Saracens in the Champions Cup.
McCarthy admits his Matt Doherty experiment didn't work in Gibraltar struggle
The Irish boss admitted it was a “horrible game” from which he was glad to escape with three points.
It's now only 50 days to Brexit and Theresa May is in Brussels again looking for a new deal
EU leaders have said the agreed deal will not be renegotiated.
The Rugby Show: Reflecting on a hard-fought, but disappointing World Cup for Ireland
Lynne Cantwell joined us to trace out the next steps for this team and women’s rugby in Ireland.
'I'm sure Joe has been in the think-tank devising something': Ireland ready to adapt for 'Blacklash'
The All Blacks will be out to prove a point after losing their first ever game to Ireland.
Celtic booed off at Parkhead as Aberdeen close gap in title race
The Glasgow giants couldn’t find the net against a weakened Dundee outfit.
Four tactical keys for Ireland to unlock Italian resistance
Because there will be 45 players not called Brian O’Driscoll on the field tomorrow.
Gilroy: We weren't at the races and we have plenty to do
Pat Gilroy was not a happy man after seeing his Dublin side lose to Kerry at Croke Park on Saturday night.