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Build up to Ireland's tour of New Zealand with our special preview event
The Rugby Weekly crew will look ahead to the series with live analysis, debate and your questions.
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Opinion: To boldly go - how science fiction inspires space exploration
More mythical material gives us more stars to aim at, writes Jack Fennell.
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English Premiership rugby clubs given green light to return to training
Clubs will have to satisfy a number of criteria to make the step.
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The42 Six Nations Show: Trevor Hogan joins Murray Kinsella to talk Paulie, Paris and more
Watch the first of our new video series.
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Join us for the Ireland-France game with Off The Ball and win a trip to Edinburgh
We’re lining out with guests like Keith Wood and Shane Jennings before the big game in the Aviva.
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Simon Zebo and Dan Carter partied together in Krystle nightclub last night
The pair will sit out tomorrow’s Ireland v All Blacks game through injury.
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Win tickets to the Aviva Fan Studio for the Ireland v All Blacks game
Join the experts for the clash with the world champions.
# Number One
Latest video indicates Patrick Stewart is coolest man alive
It is the latest in a pile of mounting evidence.
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Chris Henry's journey from 'wee blonde prop' to Ulster captain
The Belfast native will lead his province into tonight’s RaboDirect Pro12 clash with Newport Gwent Dragons.
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Brian O'Driscoll: You have to feel those disappointments to appreciate it fully when it comes around
Leinster’s leading try-scorer has won three Heineken Cups but can still vividly recall the semi-final heartache of 2003.
# Flav
Engage!: Connacht's Adrian Flavin gunning for Warriors in Glasgow
The London-born hooker is now in his sixth season at the Sportsground and is working hard on producing the province’s next front row.
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Pro12 Cheat Sheet: The dirty dozen are back at last
The new rugby season kicks off tonight, so we bring news from all four provinces
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Wales plan for Ireland without key duo
Warren Gatland says prop Gethin Jenkins and fly-half Rhys Priestland are out of the start of the Six Nations campaign.
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Which Leinster Schools Senior Cup game should be shown on the telly?
Setanta are asking viewers to decide which ties they broadcast this year.
# Reading List
Booked! 12 great sports reads to spend those Christmas vouchers on
Let us take the stress out of post-Christmas shopping as pick out some of our favourite sporting books for you to get stuck into. Have you read all 12?
# Stocking-fillers
11 gifts to get the sports fan in your life… 10 of which we recommend
Still unsure what to get them? Check out our guide to buying the perfect present. Batteries not included.
# Booked
'Engage' takes top Irish sports book award for Hampson and Kimmage
Paul Kimmage is first author to win Irish and international William Hill prize for his book with former English rugby international.
# Changes
Award-winning Irish sports writer Kimmage to leave Sunday Times
Barcelona-based football reporter, Ian Hawkey, is also reportedly leaving the paper.