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Saturday 30 September 2023 Dublin: 13°C

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Ulster set to pounce for Wallabies and Brumbies lock Sam Carter
The 29-year-old second row has won 14 caps for Australia.
Europe's wildcard picks revealed as Bjorn finalises 12-man Ryder Cup team
Paul Casey, Sergio Garcia, Ian Poulter and Henrik Stenson have been selected.
Ex-internationals drafted in for coaching roles with Ireland's underage teams
Kevin Doyle, Andy Reid, Richard Dunne, Colin Healy and Sean St Ledger have been signed up by the FAI.
'I left my friends’ Whatsapp group the week before the 2013 final thinking, 'I can’t have any distractions''
Dublin defender Jack McCaffrey has learned that taking a more relaxed approach helps him perform on the big days.
Premier League newcomers Wolves sign Portugal international with over 100 caps
Joao Moutinho has signed for a reported £5 million from Monaco.
LPGA star Lincicome holes out with eagle for -1 second round but misses cut on PGA debut
The two-time major winner played the men’s event as a sponsor’s exemption, and enjoyed a 116-yard eagle in an impressive second round.
Women never released into society and strategic deceit of illegal adoptions: 'We can't forget'
A collaborative forum for former residents of Mother and Baby Homes has been announced.
Cheika calls Latu into Wallabies squad ahead of first Ireland Test
With two uncapped hookers left in his squad, Cheika has turned to the four-times capped Waratah.
'I have faced the best forward players in the world... For me, there is never a fear'
Mohamed Salah has starred this season, but Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos insisted he did not fear the Liverpool star.
Following a 6-year absence, Lionel Beauxis will start for France against Scotland
The out-half has not won an international cap since 2012.
Analysis: Isa Nacewa runs the purest of pure switch lines
The veteran Leinster captain was impressive at inside centre against Glasgow.
'I've had to face the harsh reality that exists in America: black people are not safe'
Playwright Keith Wallace writes about racial inequality, police brutality, and the trauma it inflicts on minority communities in America.
Two new faces included in imposing All Blacks squad for Lions series
Steve Hansen has called up Jordie Barrett, meaning there are three brothers in the same All Blacks squad for the first time.
The big guns return for Dublin as McCarthy, O'Sullivan, Flynn and Brogan all start against Rossies
Jim Gavin has recalled some of his most trusted lieutenants.
Evergreen Jermain Defoe gains England recall after 4-year exile
There was also a surprise return for West Bromwich Albion midfielder Jake Livermore, who won his sole cap in 2012.
'There is often a stigma that people in their 50s, who are out of work, are waiting it out until retirement'
There needs to be a cultural shift when it comes to employing older people, writes Tom Neville TD.
Leinster add ex-England boss Stuart Lancaster to coaching staff
The 46-year-old has been appointed as a ‘Senior Coach’.
Cullen open to Leinster bringing in coaching experience after Henry's stint
The eastern province’s head coach says he doesn’t feel threatened in his position.
'I think it's brave' - Henry influence being felt by Heaslip and Leinster
The Ireland number eight has been learning about leaving a legacy.
136th Mayo appearance for Andy Moran this weekend as two changes made for Kildare test
Donal Vaughan is also selected by Stephen Rochord.
Springboks call up experienced out-half Steyn after Lambie's injury
The 31-year-old would provide kicking quality if selected for the second Test.
'It's up to Leinster and Leo to ask for help if they think that’s required'
IRFU performance director David Nucifora indicated that Cullen ‘possibly’ requires experience around him.
'Robbie is in the same sort of situation as I was at USA 94. He knows the score'
Former Ireland international John Aldridge has been talking about the role the country’s record goalscorer can play at Euro 2016.
McGahan and Bradley on Munster's radar with search underway for DOR
Current Crusaders boss Todd Blackadder remains a contender.
Blackadder an early contender for Munster's Director of Rugby role
The former All Blacks lock has spent the past seven seasons in charge of the Crusaders.
It's dark, you're sitting on stage in a rocking chair, and a woman's voice booms out...
Get ready to experience a Samuel Beckett radio play on the Abbey Theatre stage.
Munster close in on Irish tighthead Andress ahead of next season
The 32-year-old has spent the vast majority of his professional career in England.
'My biggest fear was delivering on the plane': Mother whose labour caused an emergency landing in Dublin speaks out
Jenny Drake and her now daughter Zoe Ireland are doing well.
New Zealand name just under 1,000 test caps in side to face France this Saturday
Sonny Bill Williams must settle for a place on the bench.
Passengers wait for more than 10 hours as technical error delays flight
Passengers finally departed for Malaga at 5.30pm this afternoon.
Dutch legend says 'Roy Keane-like' Jack Byrne will gain fantastic experience in Holland
Ruud Gullit believes a season spent on loan at Cambuur will help the Ireland and Man City midfielder become a better player.
Four changes to Springboks' starting XV as captain Jean de Villiers returns
Heyneke Meyer has made a number of changes to his team to face Argentina on Saturday.
How the old dogs continue to boss Premier League management
What about those young coaches.
Isa Nacewa re-signs for Leinster with 'unfinished business on the pitch'
And the province hope to add two more signings in the coming weeks.
Bolton's 72-year-old strike force combine to equalise against Blackburn
Everybody’s favourite ex-Liverpool striker scored on his debut, just two minutes after coming on.
Martin O'Neill knows all about earning historic victories at Celtic Park
Let’s hope he can take his form at the Scottish ground on Friday.
Feek excited to test Ireland's propping depth in November series
The national team’s scrum coach is excited by what Nathan White has added to the squad.
'They almost know they're going to win' - Toulon's experience a threat to Ulster
Mourad Boudjellal’s money has bought some of the best mindsets in the world of rugby.
Lam looks for inexperienced Connacht to learn from dose of the Blues
The western province’s head coach rued line-out and defensive failings in Galway last night.
Column: 'Music isn't just about what you hear. Where and how we hear it can have just as much impact'
Composer Fergal Dowling talks about two new site-specific concerts programmed in the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival.