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Monday 11 December 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Greg Feek

This year
'He's got a lot of international experience, 100-plus Tests for Ireland'
All Blacks scrum coach Greg Feek helped his side to get the better of Ireland.
All time
'A lot of the boys will be looking forward to reacquainting themselves'
Greg Feek and John Plumtree will be looking to get the better of Ireland’s pack.
Former Ireland assistant coaches brought in to work under new All Blacks boss
John Plumtree and Greg Feek will work under new coach Ian Foster.
Ireland get World Rugby assurances that pitch in Fukuoka is safe to play on
Joe Schmidt was visibly disappointed with the surface at Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium.
'You don't like to see anyone going home' - Ireland hopeful on Jordi Murphy
The Ulster back row was forced off with a rib injury after just 26 minutes against Russia.
Ireland wait on further medical opinion after Conan has a 'bit of a setback'
The Leinster number eight has been in line to start tomorrow’s World Cup clash with Japan.
Kleyn offers 'a different element' as Ireland squad competition heats up
Ireland have a number of selection dilemmas to resolve in the coming weeks.
Ireland start making 'tough calls' as Dillane and Scannell cut
Joe Schmidt will take a closer look at his options against Italy this Saturday.
O'Brien and Beirne training hard to give Schmidt headaches for Cardiff
The pair missed out on selection last week but are pushing to be involved against Wales.
'If you don't get it right, we'll get nailed': Accuracy order of the day as Ireland pick themselves up
Defeat to England has Ireland maintaining a tight focus against a team who will be a World Cup rival come September.
'That is the ambition': Leinster scrum coach Fogarty ready to step up if Ireland come calling
Greg Feek will join Joe Schmidt through Ireland’s exit door after next year’s World Cup.
Joe Schmidt's Ireland: Increasingly big in New Zealand
The Kiwis have become more and more curious about Irish rugby in the past few years.
'The homework Tadhg does gets him into positions to play the way he does'
Argentina have historically been famed for their scrummaging but Ireland should be confident up front.
Kearney losing his fitness battle for Argentina after limited role in training
The fullback is Joe Schmidt’s primary injury concern ahead of Saturday’s Test at the Aviva Stadium.
'I thought, 'If I can do Ireland and that side of the world, I can do Japan''
Ireland scrum coach Greg Feek explains how his new life in Japan has pushed his coaching forward.
'I try to email or text Joe at four o'clock in the morning to pay him back!'
Ireland scrum coach Greg Feek has been enjoying his new role with Japanese club NEC Green Rockets.
Feek joins Japanese club as Farrell, Easterby and Murphy extend Ireland deals
The scrum coach will, however, continue his role with Ireland until after the 2019 World Cup.
Feek backs O'Gara to 'slide in like a glove' at Crusaders
A four-time title-winner with the Crusaders, Feek says ‘super sponge’ ROG will thrive if the move goes through.
'He just started taking charge in Japan. Everyone listened. It looked like he flourished on that'
Greg Feek attributes Cian Healy’s resurgence purely to the player himself, but suggests it hasn’t all come down to weight loss.
'There will be clips of that game that we played two years ago. It's tough viewing'
Rob Kearney admits Ireland’s final November Test takes on added significance given their World Cup disappointment, but insists ‘revenge’ isn’t on the cards.
Schmidt's Ireland aspire to emulate England and All Black feats
Eddie Jones’ men are looking for a 19th consecutive win in Dublin this weekend.
Fun in the sun for Ireland as Schmidt puts squad through high-tempo open session
The weather matched the mood at the Aviva Stadium this morning as Ireland’s focus turns to Wales.
No figure of eight, no All Blacks disrespect; Ireland out to repeat the feat
Rory Best and his men won’t line up to face the haka as they did in Chicago.
Schmidt's Ireland inspired by performances of U20s in England
Ireland scrum coach Greg Feek is excited to get working with loosehead Andrew Porter.
Life after Joe comes into perspective but Schmidt has built a legacy in Ireland
The Kiwi’s current contract expires next year.
Ireland hoping Schmidt will stay on to lead 'exciting new crop' through
Assistant coach Greg Feek is excited by what the emerging young players can bring.
'Everything else, apart from the rugby, is a sideshow': Ireland not taking Eddie Jones's bait
Best hails Josh van der Flier as a “handful” ahead of his Ireland debut.
'Probably not unusual for Wales' - Ireland set scrum record straight
Greg Feek is unsure how legal Welsh loosehead Rob Evans is at scrum time.
Analysis: Ireland played rope-a-dope with the French scrum on Sunday
After struggling early on, Ireland dominated France at the scrum.
'The fire is starting to burn, Cian Healy wants that jersey back'
Jack McGrath has barely put a foot wrong since taking over as Ireland’s loosehead, but the man they call Church brings something else entirely.
IRFU release statement stressing Sexton's fitness for France clash
There has been some debate around the Racing Métro man’s return after concussion issues in recent months.
Visualisation and video analysis powering McGrath in Ireland's set-pieces
Ireland’s forwards get limited time on the pitch to work on their scrums and mauls.
Ireland's scrum out to right their Boks wrongs against Georgians
Scrum coach Greg Feek has an interesting perspective on the failings at set-piece time last weekend.
'Johnny's a poster boy for being a professional' - Sexton up for IRB award
The Ireland camp are unsurprised that their out-half has been nominated alongside four Southern Hemisphere players.
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.
We'll learn a hell of a lot being in the cauldron of Argentina - Greg Feek
Ireland’s scrum coach is happy with the progress made this season, but recognises that more growth is required.
Greg Feek leaving Leinster for full-time Ireland scrum coach role
The former All Black prop will be involved with the National Scrum Development Programme from next season onwards.
Leinster 'optimistic' O'Driscoll will play against Northampton
Matt O’Connor’s squad is looking in good health ahead of the crucial Heineken Cup clash in Franklin’s Gardens.
Prop Moore making huge steps, but he owes entire pack a lunch -- Greg Feek
The young tight-head is impressing with every appearance, but his scrum coach was sure to rein in his praise yesterday.
Feek calls for calm over new scrum rules
Leinster’s coach says that the updated laws will take time to be perfected.