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Friday 2 June 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Nations Cup

All time
# Turbulent Times
Autumn Nations Cup match between Fiji and France cancelled following Covid cases
Five players in the Fiji team have tested positive for the virus.
# Nations Cup
‘The mindset at the out will be to perform as well as we can to win the competition’
Can the birth of a new tournament signal a new dawn for Irish rugby? Irish scrum coach John Fogarty certainly thinks so.
# Upheaval
Wales rocked ahead of Ireland clash as defence coach quits
Byron Hayward has left his role just five days ahead of the Nations Cup meeting with Ireland.
# New Look
Exciting autumn for Farrell's Ireland as Fiji and Georgia get a welcome invitation
Fixtures against Italy and Georgia look like chances to test the depth
# show jumping
'It's bittersweet' - Ireland finish runners-up behind hosts after jump-off in Florida
Second for the second year in-a-row at the Nations Cup.
# future plans
After World Cup failure, what's next for Ireland?
It is more than a year until the Boys in Green’s next qualifier for a major tournament.
# Easy Rider
Ireland's showjumpers deliver under pressure to win $100,000 Nations Cup in Florida
Cian O’Connor’s double clear steers Ireland to Ocala win.
# Interview
Win, lose or draw, the Irish netball team are gaining admirers home and abroad
The side recently competed in the Nations Cup in Singapore.
# Challenge
Irish netball team set for Singapore adventure
The tournament sees them face sides including Samoa, Botswana, Papua New Guinea and Malaysia.
# Interview
The Irish athletes who take annual leave to compete in their sport
Sinèad O’Connor chats to us about the Irish netball team and her indefatigable love of the sport.
# love eight
Copeland offers Munster fans a dashing glimpse of the future
The Wexford native was in fine form for Emerging Ireland during the Nations Cup.
# summer shovin'
Robin Copeland took on Romania on his own, and won
The Munster-bound forward received ample help from his Emerging Ireland team-mates but a super solo burst had them flying.
# thunderstruck
Emerging Ireland beat Russia 66-0 despite playing just 45 minutes
The game was abandoned with Ireland well on top.
# Nations Cup
Mike McCarthy captains 26-man Emerging Ireland squad for Romania trip
20-year-old Leinster hooker Bryan Byrne has been included in a squad that features six senior internationals.
# powerchair football
Glenn Whelan joins John Delaney to celebrate inspirational powerchair stars
Ireland have been competing in the sport since 2003.
# Interview
Irish netball side set for Nations Cup adventure in Singapore
We interview team spokesperson Liz Allan about their hopes and preparation ahead of the tournament.
# London 2012
'We couldn't afford another DQ at Olympics' say horse jumping chiefs
Denis Lynch lost his spot on the team heading for the London Games yesterday and has been replaced by Cian O’Connor.
# Dublin Horse Show
Gallery: Drama-filled Aga Khan day at the Dublin Horse Show
Ireland lost out to Britain in the Nations’ Cup, while some horses were turned inside out!…
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Trap’s boys rout the North, Cork name a side for their Munster championship opener and Rafa Nadal survives a scare at the French Open.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Thursday
All the news of the day you might have missed…
# Set-back
Duff to miss Macedonia trip after operation
Fulham winger will miss the rest of the season as he goes under the knife.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Thursday
United cruise into the Champions League final, Follow The Plan claims the Punchestown Gold Cup, and German football legend Lothar Matthaus throws a bit of a strop.