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Sunday 24 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Murrayfield

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Know your enemy:’s 6 Nations fan focus, part 1
We asked the people who know Wales and Scotland best to spill the beans before the tournament kicked off.
In pictures: Ireland's 6 Nations hopefuls gear up for Wales trip
Declan Kidney’s squad were put through their paces at Carton House today.
Profile: Grandfather’s French Resistance heroism is in my DNA – says Les Bleus boss Saint-Andre
The France coach’s grandfather was executed by the Nazis.
'Find another route': Roberts plotting latest battle with 'greatest' O'Driscoll
The centre says playing with the former Ireland captain was the biggest learning curve of his career.
The Worst Boyband Ever Picture Of The Day
Declan Kidney lined out with his fellow head coaches at the official 6 Nations launch in London this morning.
‘I still outrank you, son’: Heaslip born for leadership role
The new Ireland captain has been groomed for a job like this for longer than he could hold an oval ball.
Do you think there should be bonus points in the 6 Nations? Philippe Saint-Andre doesn’t
What’s French for ‘old school’?
Heaslip: O'Driscoll 100% behind my captaincy
The new Ireland captain says he is ‘humbled’ by the chance to lead his country.
Edinburgh v Munster, Heineken Cup
Rob Penney’s men landed at Murrayfield on their magic carpet and were plotting a four-try win.
3 key battles that will make or break Munster's Heineken Cup challenge
Rob Penney’s men would be delighted to repeat their four-try performance against Edinburgh in Limerick.
Heineken Cup cheat sheet: Your guide to the weekend's action
Ulster can land a firm foot in the 1/4 finals while tries, and plenty of them, are needed elsewhere.
O'Callaghan: Munster intent on restoring pride among support
‘There are certain values people expect from a Munster team’ and the second row wants them all displayed on Sunday.
'Unduly lenient': IRB to appeal Thomson stamp ban
The New Zealand back row was given a one-week ban for stamping on the head of Alasdair Strokosch.
Strauss double ensures another Springbok win
South Africa took another celtic scalp on their November tour, a 21-10 victory over Scotland in Murrayfield.
Scots pay price for defensive lapses as Carter stars
Dan Carter landed 22 points as the All Blacks beat Scotland 51-22 in Murrayfield this afternoon.
Guinness Series: De Villiers highlights 14-man defensive effort as key to beating Ireland
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer revealed that a harsh exchange of words in the dressing room at half-time sparked a fightback.
High standards: Hansen wants All Blacks back on track against Scotland
The New Zealand coach says the team ‘let themselves down’ in the 18-18 draw with Australia.
On tour: Dan Carter is absolutely loving his trip to Scotland
Kilts, Irn Bru and mechanical pig racing – it’s all there.
'Ireland win at the Bell's Whisky Stadium' - Murrayfield considering name-change
The Scottish Rugby Union are hoping to follow in the footsteps of the IRFU that changed Lansdowne Road to the Aviva Stadium.
Scotland v England
Andy Robinson promised Stuart Lancaster a difficult Six Nations coaching debut, but were Scotland really capable of taking the Calcutta Cup?
Six Nations: All in the balance on opening day
Spring is in the air and anything seems possible at the beginning of a new international year.
Pro12 team news: Big guns return for Ulster's trip to Scotland
Andrew Trimble, Stephen Ferris, Tom Court and Rory Best will all start for Ulster against Edinburgh tomorrow evening.
Robinson names starting XV for Irish test
Glasgow’s Johnnie Beattie returns from a shoulder injury to start at number eight.
Ireland v England: as it happened
Join us for our final minute-by-minute of the Six Nations championship as England visit Dublin.
Players take responsibility for high penalty count
Gordon D’Arcy and Mike Ross admit that on-field discipline needs to improve before it costs Ireland any more victories.
Twitter Talk: Scotland 18-21 Ireland
Sick of listening to Hook and Popey? Here are some of the better comments to show up in our Twitterstream this afternoon.
In pictures: Scotland 18-21 Ireland
The rugby might not have been great, but at least the photos were good. Here are some of our favourites.
Scotland 18-21 Ireland: As it happened
We had minute-by-minute coverage of Ireland’s narrow win over Scotland in Murrayfield. Catch up with the details here.
Six Nations: Scotland unchanged while Gatland drafts Hook at out-half
The teams are in ahead of Saturday evening’s Six Nations showdown at Murrayfield.
Six Nations preview: Scotland to cause a few problems?
Thank God it’s Thursday evening, which means that there are just over twenty-four hours to go until this year’s Six Nations kicks-off. Andy Robinson’s Scotland are next up for the once-over as we continue our tournament preview.