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# new faces

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# Transfers
Here's who the Top 14 clubs have signed for the 2015/16 season
The French sides absolutely love a bit of recruitment.
# Transfers
Here's who the Premiership clubs have signed for the 2015/16 season
JJ Hanrahan’s move to Northampton brings a while new Irish angle to the English league.
# Your Say
Is it time for some new faces in Irish politics?
It’s a very Irish thing to fear change, but would some new talent give the Dáil the kickstart it needs?
# Accuracy
Schmidt disappointed by Ireland's breakdown effort as Baa-Baas win
‘We got a little bit of an opportunity to look at guys at a level they haven’t played at before.’
# next chapter
All change for Ireland Women with 12 new faces for Six Nations
New head coach Tom Tierney will look to build on the momentum of last year’s World Cup.
# Shaking Things Up
2 key Tipp hurling defenders to miss league but there's 8 new additions to squad
James Barry and Michael Cahill are set to go under the knife.
# new faces
5 Ireland players we're hoping to see feature against the US tonight
Cyrus Christie and David McGoldrick are set to start, while further changes from the Scotland game are expected.
# new faces
3 changes for Kildare team to take on unchanged Monaghan next Saturday night
Kildare face Monaghan at 7pm in Croke Park in Round 4B of the football qualifiers.
# Out with the old
Joan Burton: 'It's always sad when Cabinet members have to go'
The Tánaiste said that the new faces in Cabinet will allow them to ‘work afresh’.
# Transfers
Here's who the Top 14 clubs have signed for the 2014/15 season
We’ve rounded up all the business done on the transfer market in France this summer.
# new faces
Three championship newcomers as Kerry get set for Munster semi-final
While two other players will make their first championship start for the Kingdom.
# ch-ch-ch-changes
The RA thinks Irish Cabinets are like the Leitrim football team, and it wants changes
Term limits for ministers, performance-related pay, and giving everyone a say on the Budget… The Reform Alliance has a lengthy political wish-list.
# Transfers
Leinster point out the importance of recruiting 'top quality international players'
Meanwhile, team manager Guy Easterby explains how Luke Fitzgerald’s fitness is being managed at present.
# new faces
Lyne and O'Leary drafted in to Kerry football team to face Westmeath
The Kingdom are on the road to Mullingar this weekend.
# new faces
Guiney and McDonald drafted in to Wexford hurling team to face Cork
Wexford travel to Páirc Uí Rinn to face Cork on Sunday.
# new faces
Bernard Jackman's Grenoble secure two transfers ahead of next season
The Top 14 club have been busy organising their squad for the Irishman’s first campaign as head coach.
# uncapped
Schmidt's seven: The new faces in the Ireland squad
The likes of Robin Copeland, Kieran Marmion and Jordi Murphy may have a chance to make their international debuts next month.
# new faces
Schmidt includes seven uncapped players in Ireland squad
Simon Zebo has been left out of an extended 44-man squad, with Robin Copeland and Rodney Ah You included.
# new faces
Johnny Doyle and Ciarán McKeever added to Irish squad
The Kildare and Armagh players will link up with Paul Earley’s squad for the second International Rules test.
# new faces
James Cronin included in Munster's Heineken Cup squad
“It’s going to be a tough season for them,” says Munster legend Alan Quinlan.
# new faces
Foley and Mahony drafted into Waterford hurling side for Westmeath qualifier
The Deise travel to Mullingar next Saturday.
# new faces
Feeney replaces O’Connor in Mayo attack to face Roscommon
The teams meet in next Sunday’s Connacht semi-final clash.
# new faces
Uncapped 10 in Johnson's Scotland Six Nations squad
The interim coach believes there are several youngsters good enough to make the step up to international level.
# new faces
Keogh and Clifford earn late Ireland call-ups
The duo come in for Aiden McGeady and Keith Fahey, who have been ruled out of the Greece friendly.
# new faces
Seven players added to Ireland training squad for Guinness series
Meanwhile, Brian O’Driscoll’s ankle injury is not as serious as first feared, but he will be monitored.
# new faces
Galway ring the changes for Antrim encounter
The side have brought in a number of new players for the All-Ireland SFC qualifier round 2 match.
# new faces
Homeward bound: Niall O'Conner seals return to Ulster
The fly-half is one of two signings announced today as coach Mark Anscombe vows to develop home-grown talent at Ravenhill.