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Friday 24 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Irish Abroad

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# Irish Abroad
Murphy moves to director of rugby role as Leicester bring in Borthwick
The former Ireland fullback has been the club’s head coach since 2018.
# Irish Abroad
Irishmen O'Donnell and Glynn involved in Super Rugby pre-season games
Melbourne Rebels and the Crusaders have handed the Irish pair opportunities.
# Irish Abroad
'At this level of rugby it’s ruthless' - Racing's Prendergast feels Munster aren't far away
The French side are targeting trophy glory in the Champions Cup this season.
# Irish Abroad
'If you look at the Irish market, there's only five jobs if you include the national team'
Michael Bradley is in his third season as head coach of Italian club Zebre.
# Irish Abroad
Majority of people in Ireland want to allow Irish citizens abroad to vote in presidential elections
That’s according to an Amárach/Claire Byrne Live poll carried out for
# caesar
O'Shea 'never had discussions' with Irish rugby as he moves on to RFU role
The 49-year-old has joined the English union as its new performance director.
# Irish Abroad
Connacht legend Muldoon to step up as forwards coach at Bristol under Lam
The 36-year-old Irishman joined the Premiership club as defence coach last year.
# Irish Abroad
'Felix has been amazing and has brought so much. The boys absolutely love him'
Irishman Felix Jones is a World Cup winner.
# Flying the flag
Ireland international trials with West Ham on busy day of representation across the water
Meanwhile, Girls in Green goalkeeper Grace Moloney hit the 150 mark at Reading.
# Irish Abroad
Irishman Felix Jones will be involved in the World Cup final at the age of 32
The former Munster coach was brought on board by Springboks boss Rassie Erasmus.
# Irish Abroad
Cork's O'Sullivan into another US final, Keenan shines for Celtic, and United stun City
Some of the weekend’s interesting stories for Irish women’s football stars overseas.
# Pool C
Te'o double not enough for USA against Tonga
AJ MacGinty’s side ran in three tries, but weren’t able to register a point in Pool C.
# Irish Abroad
Hendrick grabs Burnley winner at Turf Moor as Coleman sees red for Everton
Seamus Coleman was sent off for Everton for a second yellow card.
# Irish Abroad
'I saw Beauden Barrett in front of me and just had to back myself'
26-year-old Dungannon man Peter Nelson started for Canada against the All Blacks.
# Irish Abroad
'Caoimhín was behind Alisson and Mignolet but the U21 games have given him extra confidence'
Stephen Kenny praised Caoimhín Kelleher after making his senior Liverpool debut against MK Dons.
# Flying the flag
McCabe helps Arsenal coast through to Women's Champions League last 16
The Ireland captain started as Arsenal saw off Fiorentina this evening.
# Shock
'It's not a surprise because I've seen how much work those boys put in'
Irishman Dean Lester was part of Uruguay’s S&C team in their preparation for the World Cup.
# Down Under
Wes Hoolahan out until New Year after 'major ligament and cartilage damage' in Australia
The 37-year-old joined A-League side Newcastle Jets on a one-year contract in August.
# Irish Abroad
Maguire, Sadlier and McGeady all on target as Preston and Doncaster bag important wins
Sean Maguire scored his third Championship goal of the season on Saturday.
# Irish Abroad
Tuohy kicks superb goal but Geelong fall short to Collingwood in AFL finals
Laois native Zach Tuohy and Kerry’s Mark O’Connor were on the losing side.
# One to Watch
Phillip Cocu hands first start to 18-year-old Ireland midfielder as Derby held by West Brom
Former Cabinteely midfielder Jason Knight played 90 minutes at Pride Park on Saturday.
# Irish Abroad
Parrott nets double for Spurs U23s as teenage goalkeeper Bazunu starts in goal for Man City
Promising Irish stars Troy Parrott and Gavin Bazunu went head-to-head in the Premier League 2 on Friday.
# crisis
'I'm on the verge of losing everything': Dublin footballer pleads with Bury chairman over unpaid wages
Stephen Dawson and chairman Steve Dale clashed on the airwaves as the League One side face a crisis.
# Irish Abroad
Ireland flanker Caplice joins Harlequins after impressive Six Nations
The Cork native joins team-mate Leah Lyons at the Twickenham Stoop.
# Irish Abroad
Irish prop O'Donnell set for Mitre 10 Cup debut alongside Sonny Bill Williams
The Sligo native starts for Counties Manukau on Saturday.
# Irish Abroad
'There aren't too many 27-year-old Irishmen coaching in New Zealand schools'
Ian Robinson is part of the backroom team at St Andrew’s College in Christchurch.
# Irish Overseas
English women's top-flight games to be streamed live and free on FA's new app
A handy way to keep an eye on the strong Irish contingent in the Women’s Super League.
# Irish Abroad
Irish prop O'Donnell features in Kiwi side's Mitre 10 Cup squad
The 23-year-old tighthead has joined Counties Manukau after playing for the Sunwolves.
# oh canada
Irishman Peter Nelson makes international debut as Canada suffer defeat to US
The 26-year-old Dungannon native featured at out-half as Canada fell to a 47-19 defeat.
# Irish Abroad
'The dream is to get a professional contract, whether it be here or at home'
Irish out-half Seán Kearns has been in excellent form in the Shute Shield in Australia.
# Irish Abroad
Irishman Nelson named at out-half for Canada debut against US
The 26-year-old will be playing with and against several other Irishmen.
# bon courage
Ireland U20 international Scannell signs for French club Biarritz
The 19-year-old hooker joins after a season in the Munster sub-academy.
# Irish Abroad
Former Connacht flanker joins growing Irish contingent at Nottingham
James Connolly has joined the English Championship side for the 2019/20 season.
# blue-ringed octopus
Irish tourist in Australia says he'd no idea an octopus he put on his arm is the world's deadliest
Venom from the blue-ringed octopus usually leads to paralysis and can even kill.
# Referendum
Campaigners want to 'bust some myths' about presidential voting rights for citizens abroad
We’ve been promised a referendum on the issue later this year.
# World Cup countdown
‘They weren't expecting a female referee. They said, 'Hello, Michael!’ I was like, no, my name's Michelle’
Michelle O’Neill became the first Irish woman to referee at a World Cup four years ago. This month in France she will officiate at her second finals.
# Irish Abroad
'I've realised that Ireland is where I want to settle when the rugby career ends'
30-year-old Ian Madigan has had a challenging season with Bristol Bears.
# The42 Rugby Weekly
'Agents are realising, actually Irish players are a pretty valuable commodity'
After Conán O’Donnell’s Super Rugby debut, Murray Kinsella and Andy Dunne wondered which other Irish players would thrive down south.
# Irish Abroad
Monaghan defender helps Dundee United keep clean sheet to secure Scottish play-off advantage
Former Ireland U21 international Mark Connolly featured as Dundee United overcame Inverness away from home.
# Irish Abroad
'It came as a shock because South African rugby is famous for second rows'
26-year-old Jerry Sexton has earned a contract in the Pro14 with the Southern Kings.