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Tuesday 5 December 2023 Dublin: 4°C

# Men At Work

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Genia takes home Super 15 honour
The scrum-half’s Queensland Reds were named Australian team of the year in the end of season honours.
Gatland arrives, Howley still in charge of Wales
Gatland, who broke bones in both his feet after falling from a ladder in April, has flown across from his home in New Zealand for Wales’ final two Tests against Australia.
State of Origin: This beauty of a try helped New South Wales level the 2012 series
Seeking their first series title in seven years, New South Wales beat Queensland 16-12 in Sydney this morning.
Deans to call on fresh legs for Welsh test
The Wallabies were beaten by Scotland in Newcastle earlier this week.
Men at Work member Greg Ham dead at 58
Ham was found dead at his Melbourne home yesterday. His signature flute riff was on the smash hit song Down Under but was later found to have been stolen from a classic campfire song.
East 17: Walsh gets Kennelly's old shirt, but struggles to make an impact on Swans debut
Former Kerry star Tommy Walsh got his first taste of action for the Sydney Swans today.
White Swan: Walsh ready to make his Aussie Rules breakthrough
Former Kerry star Tommy Walsh is all set to make his senior debut for the Sydney Swans tomorrow evening.
Purple reign: Ian Poulter surges into the lead in Australia
Motivated by end-of-season sponsor bonuses, the Englishman is on the prowl for valuable ranking points.
Australia confirm details for the Lions' return Down Under in 2013
The British and Irish Lions will play tests against Australia in Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney as part of their 2013 tour.
Sydney move for Setanta Ó hAilpín in AFL draft
The former Rebel star has been drafted number 79 in this morning’s Aussie Rules draft.
Australia v Ireland in the International Rules
Anthony Tohill’s men went into the second Test with a commanding 44-point lead from the first leg. So, could they bring home the Cormac McAnallen Cup?
Advance Australia fair? Ireland expecting Aussies to bring the rough stuff
After last week’s comfortable victory for the Irish, the hosts want to up the ‘physicality’ this week.
Tohill bulks up for Australian challenge
The Irish manager has added some experienced faces to his International Rules panel ahead of next weekend’s departure.
Cluxton to skipper Irish for Rules Series in Oz
Manager Anthony Tohill names the first 18 members of his squad ahead of their two International Rules Tests in Australia.
Men at Work lose bid to prove they didn't copy 'Down Under' flute riff
The Aussie band were appealing a judge’s earlier ruling that the group had copied the signature flute melody of “Down Under” from the song “Kookaburra Sits in the Old Gum Tree.”
Men at work: Tohill names International Rules panel
Thirty-one man squad will be cut by eight before departure for Australia.
Down starlet Mooney looking forward to life down under
Eighteen-year-old set to complete his move to Collingwood next Wednesday.
St. Kilda consider throwing Walsh in at the deep end
Saints coach Ross Lyon is tempted to hand the former Kerry footballer his first-team debut against the Western Bulldogs tomorrow.
AFL debut beckons for Walsh as St. Kilda promote him to senior list
Former Kerry star named as one of three emergency players for Saturday’s game against Fremantle.
View from Oz: historic weekend as new boys Gold Coast pick up first-ever AFL win
Neil Sherwin spent the long weekend holed up in a small little Aussie bar watching sport on the telly. Here’s what he made of the action Down Under.
View from Oz: Stoner fuming after clash with Rossi in Jerez
Neil Sherwin runs the rule over another turbulent weekend in Aussie sport.
Heslin the latest GAA star to head down under
Eighteen-year-old Westmeath footballer will join Tommy Walsh and Tadhg Kennelly in the AFL next season.
Walsh bucks the trend as AFL clubs cool on the Irish
The St. Kilda defender is rising just as the number of Irish imports is falling, writes Martin Blake in the Sydney Morning Herald.
Walsh eyeing showdown with Kennelly as he finds his feet down under
After impressing on his senior debut last weekend, the former Kerry football star has been included in the squad for Saturday’s NAB Cup game against Geelong.
Guess where the Aussies spent their time when in Dublin
One Harcourt Street nightclub left a lasting impression on the tourists.
Ready to rumble at Croker
Croke Park is set for the decisive second test tonight.
What's another year, agree Rules rivals
Mick Malthouse is expected to retain his job for the next Rules installment.
Time for talking is over, says Tohill
Manager Anthony Tohill looks forward to the action at the Gaelic Grounds tomorrow night
Tohill adds to Rules panel
Preparations continue for Saturday night’s big throw-in, as Ireland finalise their series squad.
Everybody needs good neighbours: International Rules' greatest hits
They come from a land down under – and, as always, there’s sure to fireworks when the Aussies take to the field in Limerick this week.