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Friday 22 September 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Murrayfield

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Celtic to use Murrayfield for next season's Champions League
The Scottish champions, and champions-elect, hope the rugby ground’s playing surface will be in good order come July.
Stunning Huget breakaway and last-gasp penalty save France in Scotland
The Scots thought they had achieved an upset but indiscipline cost them in the closing stages.
Rugby fan dies after collapsing at Murrayfield
The 60-year-old man was watching the Scotland versus England Six Nations game at the time.
Jennings keen to end 'massively disappointing' week with Edinburgh win
A tricky trip to Scotland and two interpros await the league champions.
'No need to reinvent the wheel at Leinster' -- Luke Fitzgerald
The former Lion says there is no need for Leinster to panic after losing to Northampton.
Connacht suffer heavy Pro12 defeat in Edinburgh
Pat Lam’s charges were on the wrong end of a 43-10 scoreline after a late flourish by the home side.
Snapshot: Cousins Cooper and Maitland trade international jerseys
Tokoroa has a lot to answer for.
Springboks utterly dominant in victory over Scotland
Heyneke Meyer’s men displayed their power and finishing ability in a 28-0 win at Murrayfield.
Rob Penney was right to question his players publicly after Edinburgh defeat
The Munster coach said his players would be ‘embarrassed’ by their showing in the Heineken Cup clash at Murrayfield.
Edinburgh v Munster, Heineken Cup
We went minute-by-minute as Munster went to Scotland in search of a bonus point…
Munster history not a burden, it's a nice warm wind at your back -- Penney
Munster are ready to flex their Heineken Cup muscles once more.
Scout's report: Edinburgh looking to catch Munster out at Murrayfield
Alan Solomons’ side are bottom of the Pro12, but will welcome a fresh start in Europe.
BJ Botha positive about scrum changes ahead of Heineken Cup
Munster’s South African tight head prop has been enjoying getting to grips with the new laws.
No Irish bid for 2014 Heineken, Amlin Cup finals
The ERC has received three new bids after France pulled out of hosting next season’s European rugby finals.
'Henshaw is a rapid guy and an elusive runner' - Tim Visser
High praise for the Connacht fullback from the Pro12′s leading tryscorer three years in succession.
Ian McGeechan tells Warren Gatland to pick Lions on form not record
That’s not good news for some of Ireland’s hopefuls is it?
Brian O'Driscoll handed 3-week ban for stamp on Italian
The decision means the talismanic centre will miss two Rabo games and the Amlin Challenge Cup quarter-final.
Opinion: A new set of voices is needed to reboot Irish rugby
‘What value is corporate knowledge when you keep losing?’ ask Whiff of Cordite who think a new broom is required within the game here.
Brian O'Driscoll citing hearing set for tomorrow in London
The Leinster legend was sin-binned in Rome for a stamp on Simone Favaro.
Declan Kidney: I'll have to think about new contract
“I’d have to sit down and think about whether I want a new contract,” the Corkman said after the loss in Rome.
Open thread: what's your verdict on Ireland's 6 Nations campaign?
Is it the end of the road for Declan Kidney? Did they do as well as expected considering injuries? Have your say.
VIDEO: 'The Greatest' -- RTÉ tribute to Brian O'Driscoll feels a lot like a goodbye
Let’s watch your best bits, Brian.
Cian Healy unsure of Brian O'Driscoll plans after today's 6 Nations finale
‘He could go on for a few years so it is however his body feels at the end of it.’
Italy boss Brunel wary of 'fighting' Irish ahead of St Patrick's weekend tie
“It will probably be O’Driscoll’s final match, so that will add an extra dimension to their game. But overall, Ireland is a team full of good, talented players.”
Jonny Sexton out of trip to Rome, Paddy Jackson to start
The Leinster out half went over on his foot during training this morning.
6 Nations: Ireland to delay Italy team announcement, as potential BOD farewell in the balance
O’Driscoll suffered concussion, a lacerated ear and a dead leg in the 13-13 draw with France over the weekend.
6 Nations: Halfpenny boot shines through messy Welsh win
The fullback’s eight successful kicks were the difference in Murrayfield after Richie Gray was stretchered off.
Ireland v France: We'll take 3-0 as well, says under-pressure Declan Kidney
Kidney and his France counterpart Philippe Saint-Andre are desperate for a win in Dublin.
In pictures: Paddy Jackson gets in some late kicking practice on Captain's Run at Aviva Stadium
Ireland take on France at Lansdowne tomorrow.
Opinion: It's not the ending he deserved but axing Ronan O'Gara is the right call from Kidney
The Munster great should have went after the World Cup in 2011, say Whiff of Cordite.
Here's Your Cian Healy Is The Next Tom Brady Picture Of The Day
‘How much you wanna make a bet I can throw a football over them mountains?’
France lock Pascal Pape to miss Dublin trip, rest of 6 Nations
Pape picked up the injury while he was captain of the side that lost 23-18 to Italy in Rome on 3 February.
7 people who think Cian Healy is a lucky boy this evening
The Ireland forward is free to face Les Bleus in Dublin next time out.
Good news for Ireland as Cian Healy’s 6 Nations ban appeal upheld
The Leinster man is now free to face France in Dublin.
Injury update: Scans for Gilroy and O'Callaghan as Sexton expected to be up and running this week
Next up, France in Dublin.
Opinion: ‘Giving Jamie Heaslip the captaincy of Brian O’Driscoll’s team could never work’
Kidney has made a cardinal mistake according to Emmet O’Rafferty.
6 Nations: 'Rope-a-dope' Scotland effort delights Johnson
The Australian coach cited the spirit of Zaire after beating Ireland in Edinburgh.
Opinion: Allow Kidney his 6 Nations farewell but new coach is needed for summer tour
It would be pointless to have an outgoing coach take a young Irish squad to play America and Canada in June.
Reaction: Coach, captain lament 'missed opportunity' as Scotland make Ireland suffer
After another tepid second half display from Ireland, there is only pride to be salvaged.
Match report: Scotland rally to down out of sorts Ireland
It is the first time the Scots have won back-to-back Six Nations matches since 2001