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# Irish Abroad

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'You want this guy to come through again for Ireland, he's a class act'
Eddie O’Sullivan believes a move to England would work well for Ian Madigan.
Donncha O'Callaghan's Worcester shock Saracens
It’s just a third defeat of the season for the reigning English and European champions.
'Apart from missing family, there's no real desire to move back home'
Former Ulster wing Conor Gaston is a key part of the set-up at Jeremy Davidson’s Aurillac.
A new subscription box service for emigrants promises you tasty Irish treats every month
Schmidt welcomes Munster signings of Farrell, Hanrahan and Hart
The Ireland head coach has been in contact with the three Irishmen.
Ireland U21 international Keown switches Reading for Partick Thistle on loan
The son of former England international Martin Keown is set for a stint at Firhill.
21-year-old Tim Schmidt chasing the professional dream with Toulouse
Joe Schmidt’s son is having a fine season with the French club’s espoirs team.
What started as a backpacking trip turned into wearing Jim Stynes' number at Melbourne FC
Cavan-born Laura Corrigan Duryea is flying the tricolour in the Women’s AFL.
Madigan returns to Ireland under pressure to perform against Ulster
The 27-year-old out-half is still recovering full fitness after a recent injury.
'They like to pick boys playing at home' - Ulsterman Whitten happy in Exeter
The 29-year-old centre has been an important part of the Chiefs squad in the last five years.
Irishman Tadhg Beirne thriving with new lease of life at the Scarlets
The 25-year-old has been impressing in the second row and at blindside.
Former Dundalk star bags a brace to close in on Wembley final
Mansfield Town are two wins away from the EFL Trophy decider thanks to Pat Hoban’s double.
Irishman in Canada charged with breaking into bank by driving car through front door
Police say Patrick Shannon assaulted police officers.
Wasps back Moore to win more Ireland caps after excellent early impact
Meanwhile, Dai Young will do his best to keep Irish centre Brendan Macken happy.
Matt Doherty scorcher tops goal-laden week for Irish abroad
The Wolverhampton Wanderers full-back’s long-distance stunner was the pick of a busy week for Irish goalscorers
Meet the Cork business sending hampers of Barry's Tea to the diaspora this Christmas
As part of our How My Business Works series, we profile Cork-based Town and Country Hampers.
Enda says he hopes the J-1 programme won't be scrapped, despite Trump warning
During his election campaign, Trump said he wanted to end the visa scheme
This Irish lad got a $750 tip from a customer to help pay for a trip home with his new baby
Tim Schmidt, son of Ireland coach Joe, is playing for Toulouse's espoirs team
The 20-year-old scrum-half has joined the famous French club for the season.
Limerick man Garvey loving analysis life with Michael Cheika's Wallabies
The former Munster U21 player has an insatiable thirst to get better at his job as a performance analyst.
21-year-old Irish tighthead Jager joins Crusaders for 2017 Super Rugby
The former Blackrock College student has taken another step up the New Zealand ladder.
Irish defenders included in Football League's team of the week
John Egan and Alex Pearce had a good weekend.
Marty Moore released from hospital after suffering neck injury
The game between Wasps and Newcastle was stopped for 12 minutes as he received treatment.
GAA across the pond: Aisling Gaels are leading the way
Just eight years since their foundation, the Chicago club are making waves across the water.
After tough week to start, Tomás O'Leary is ready to make the most of Montpellier chance
The scrum-half says it was a frustrating start to the season at Munster, but is relishing the four months ahead in France.
Tomás O'Leary on Montpellier bench for Leinster's Champions Cup visit
The 32-year-old was snapped up by the French club on loan this week.
Moore excited by Wasps' rugby but still has big Ireland ambitions
The 25-year-old tighthead is enjoying the high-tempo approach under Dai Young.
'He's got a big future and, who knows, he could wear a black jersey'
Irishman Oliver Jager is part of Canterbury’s push for a Mitre 10 Cup title.
Exiles: The Irishmen making their way in New Zealand rugby
‘They encourage offloads… It’s skills before size over here.’
Bordeaux's Ian Madigan - 'I don't think I've played my best rugby here yet'
The Ireland international and UBB welcome Ulster to France on Sunday.
Madigan's Bordeaux pip Coughlan's Pau and all the exiles' action
Marty Moore was involved as Wasps continued their 100% start to the season.
Robbie Brady wasn't the only Irishman to score a stunning goal yesterday
Irish fans will be hoping to see Brady continue his goalscoring form into next week’s World Cup qualifiers.
Steenson steers Chiefs success, Annett scores and all the exiles' action
Jeremy Davidson’s Aurillac remain top of the Pro D2.
'They need to be able to say, 'I can see myself getting a green jersey''
Talent identification officer Wayne Mitchell tells The42 about the Exiles branch of the IRFU.
Terry Wogan to receive posthumous Irish diaspora award
“He always reflected all that is good about Ireland and the Irish community in Britain.”
'Send him back to Ireland' - A new documentary looks at Billy Walsh's rocky start in America
The boxing coach previously guided Team Ireland to a number of medals at the Olympics.
Madigan helps UBB to victory, Allen scores and all the exiles' action
Donncha O’Callaghan is still going strong with Worcester Warriors.
Coughlan among the tries, Moore's Wasps debut and all the exiles' action
Here’s how the Irishmen based in England and France got on over the weekend.
Former Ireland U21 defender on the bench for Watford as McShane grabs vital equaliser for Reading
There were plenty of Irish goals across the Football League and a familiar goalscorer in the Scottish Premiership.
Hundreds of Irish Travellers have been accused of bringing chaos to a small town in Germany
Last week around 500-600 people in over 100 caravans descended on the town of Ginsheim-Gustavsburg, camping illegally on a meadow beside the Rhine.