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# Knowledge

Last year
Ex-Ireland international Peat moves into coaching with Railway Union
The 41-year-old will also continue to play in the AIL.
All time
Leinster's Lancaster would be an ideal addition for the Lions next year
The 50-year-old has enjoyed helping young players like Ryan Baird and Harry Byrne to develop.
'What is it they've experienced? Ireland's experience was not to win' - Hansen
The All Blacks boss pointed out that his team had experience of winning World Cup knock-out games.
'It’s not a thing I’d do' - Schmidt insists he hasn't called on ROG for inside info
The former Ireland out-half spent two seasons working with the Crusaders.
Cian Healy's law knowledge nearly delivers clever try against France
The Ireland loosehead prop realised the ruck had ended on the French goal line.
Genia and Wallabies set for 'war of attrition' with statistically-strong Ireland
Scrum-half Will Genia has done his homework on the visiting Six Nations champions.
Sensational UCC seal historic promotion to Division 1A, while Ballina earn spot in AIL
‘College’ sealed a momentous promotion to the top division with a superb victory over much-fancied Banbridge at Rifle Park.
'Sometimes we look too much to the US and the UK for what they're doing'
Ireland Women strength and conditioning coach Ed Slattery is running the 2016 Athletic Performance Seminar.
You use them every day, but how much do you really know about search engines?
No Googling now!
QUIZ: How Much Did You Learn From Science Week?
Told you there’d be a test.
Here's a quick trip around Ireland with one piece of trivia from each county
They’re explored in Fatti and John Burke’s new book, Irelandopedia.
Know your sport? Prove it by taking our big weekly quiz
Have you been paying attention?
How well do you remember these Irish sporting debuts?
Ahead of Joseph Duffy’s first UFC fight, test your knowledge of some other notable Irish debuts.
QUIZ: How well do you remember the week in politics?
In which Seán Barrett saved his job, Alan Shatter came back to haunt the government and the Dáil debated abortion (again)…
QUIZ: How well do you remember the week in politics?
The week when Joan and Gerry went head-to-head, the government considered selling Aer Lingus, and protests were back in the news…
QUIZ: How well do you remember the week in politics?
The week when the government got a poll boost, jobs were on the agenda and ‘Charlie’ had us all talking…
QUIZ: How well do you remember the week in politics?
The week when Leo came home, Frank flirted with Fine Gael and Christy Burke did a u-turn…
How much do you remember from the GAA football season in 2014?
Were you paying attention over the past twelve months?
How well do you remember the Irish provinces' year of rugby?
Test your knowledge of how Leinster, Munster, Ulster and Connacht did over the past year.
What happens when a robot doesn't know something? It just goes on the internet
The Robo Brain system will allow robots to use the internet to learn about objects and how they’re used, along with human language and behaviour.
World Cup not in D'Arcy's thoughts as Ireland centre focuses short-term
The 34-year-old has learned to concentrate on six-month blocks.
Giovanni Trapattoni in talks to become next Ivory Coast manager
The former Ireland boss claims he could also have taken the Morocco job.
Opinion: Philosophy for kids? It's absolutely essential for the classroom
Let’s teach children how to think – not what to think.
O'Connor says it would be 'waste of the experience' for O'Driscoll not to coach
Meanwhile, Gordon D’Arcy is expected to renew his contract in the coming weeks.
Get to know your Super Bowl XLVIII teams
A guide to both teams, as well as the best food and drink Seattle and Denver have to offer.
'Fear of maths' affecting careers and the economy
Director of Maths Week says numeracy skills are vital – and not just for jobs.
Prophetic 1990s Kids' Video of the Day
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A Bluffer's Guide to... the Haka
It’s the enduring trademark of Southern Hemisphere rugby, but New Zealand’s pre-game war dance is about more than intimidation on a massive scale.
A bluffer's guide to... the USPGA Championship
Covering everything from the “Chubby Slam” to Tiger’s disturbing facial hair, get to grips with everything you need to know about the year’s final major.