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Wednesday 4 October 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Northern Exposure

Last year
Visits to Nordic countries part of a strategic plan to grow Ireland's links with Scandinavia
Visits by the Taoiseach and others are all part of a plan to align Ireland with the countries.
Brain as important as brawn as Ulster plot trophy tilt, insists settled Duane Vermeulen
The Red Hand host Toulouse in Belfast tonight.
All time
'That was a shadow of our normal selves'
Ulster’s first game back ‘won and lost on the sofa last night,’ says head coach Dan McFarland.
Adverse weather claims two of tonight's Airtricity League Premier Division games
Finn Harps v Shels and Pat’s v Derry City are both postponed.
O'Halloran double not nearly enough as Edinburgh power to win over Connacht
Jack Carty was one of three Connacht players sin-binned as Edinburgh forced a five-try win.
Cooney's sparkling form continues as Ulster run five past Munster
The scrum-half and centre Stuart McCloskey held sway in a dominant Ulster performance.
Even Rory McIlroy dragged in as Canada prepares to celebrate an NBA title
Kawhi Leonard is leading a terrific Toronto side against a great Warriors outfit.
On-loan Nagle enjoying a new lease of life at Ulster
The second row has enjoyed consistent game time since moving north on loan in November.
Beauden Barrett happily adapting to get 'excited about chasing kicks'
The All Black number 10 is keen to embrace the varied conditions that the northern hemisphere offers
Scarlets snap up a second Cheetahs star for next season
The Welsh region will lose Tadhg Beirne, Scott Williams and John Barclay this summer, but they’ve looked to the Pro14 new boys to bolster their ranks.
Hurricanes coach Boyd to take charge of Northampton next season
The Super Rugby-winning coach will move to England in August on a three-year contract.
'It's been a sort of sad week, counting the days until you won't be around here anymore, a place I've really enjoyed'
Christian Lealiifano is aiming to go out on a high with Ulster tomorrow.
Far from Sevens heaven as Timoney digs in for Ulster
Injuries in Les Kiss’ pack have fast-tracked the Dubliner to the extent that he was the senior man in the back row last weekend.
'Scenic' Donegal Airport wants 'through connections' with the UK and Europe
The hub is a ‘vital element of infrastructure’ because of the county’s poor transport links.
'Tomorrow could finish you and you're six feet under': New Ulster recruit Lealiifano on cancer recovery
The Brumbies 10 is in Belfast on a short-term contact.
South Africa's Cheetahs will travel to Ulster for Pro14 opener
The Cheetahs get their first taste of their new competition on 1 September.
Gerry Adams doesn't think power-sharing deal will be reached by Monday
Theresa May has called both Arlene Foster and Michelle O’Neill to outline her government’s desire to see a deal in the North.
'Southern hemisphere people think it's a kick-fest and we play in the mud'
Hayden Triggs is reveling in a confident Leinster side hoping to pick up exactly where they left off in the Pr012.
The Mayo men helping a Scottish GAA club on historic tilt at All-Ireland glory
Dunedin Connollys are into the semi-finals of the junior club competition.
'We were error-ridden, to tell you the truth' -- Les Kiss
Defensive lapses gave Ulster a mountain to climb at the RDS yesterday.
Rory McIlroy braves the miserable conditions to watch dominant Ulster push past Connacht
Iain Henderson and Charles Piutau impressed for Les Kiss’ side, who move back into the top four with the win.
The UFC just announced they're returning to Ireland this year
Belfast will welcome the MMA promotion in November.
'It it doesn’t guarantee us anything' but Les Kiss pleased with Ulster display
Ulster saw off Leinster yesterday.
Alan Browne secures new Preston North End deal
The former Cork City youth player has impressed in the Championship and his performances have earned him a new deal with the club.
5 questions for Ulster ahead of their latest European adventure
Can Neil Doak guide his province to greatness, or will it all end in heartbreak again?
7 of Antrim's best sporting moments in 2013
Come on down, Antrim.
Eamon McGee: Eyes on the prize despite Donegal hype
The All-Ireland champions face Monaghan in the Ulster decider this weekend.
Poll: Donal Óg Cusack wants to create a Team Ulster hurling side... is he right?
The Sunday Game pundit reckons a new team from the north could bid for the Liam MacCarthy.
Portrush set to be named as Irish Open venue tomorrow
The European Tour have schedueld a press conference for the Antrim venue tomorrow.
International duo still in contention for Stephen's Day run out
Shane Jennings and Cian Healy will be ‘monitored’ by Leinster staff ahead of meeting with Ulster.
Gerry Armstrong still waiting on Northern Ireland response
World Cup hero says he’s yet to hear back from the IFA on his application to succeed Nigel Worthington.
Ulster game a must-win tie already - insists Tigers boss Cockerill
Geordan Murphy is expecting a tough test from the Irish province when they meet on Saturday.
The Surf Report: all signs lead to Bundoran
Easkey Britton is the only Irish competitor left in the Ladies Open at Eurosurf Bundoran.
Friends reunited: 3 memorable Armagh-Tyrone clashes
Since the turn of the millennium these sides are used to meeting one another in Ulster finals, All-Ireland semi-finals and even an All-Ireland final.
Poll: Is John O'Shea's transfer to Sunderland a good move?
Waterford’s finest is way to Wearside for a medical this morning as his Old Trafford career seems over. Is it good news?
Cox gets the nod but Dunne out as Trap names side to face North
Giovanni Trapattoni hands an international debut to the West Brom man in Carling Nations Cup clash with Northern Ireland tomorrow night in Dublin.
Northern Ireland fans' charity game in Dublin off amid 'sectarian fears'
Dublin officials, reportedly, advise against supporters having pre-match kick-about.
How an Irish part-timer is battling Messi for world's best goal of 2010
Glentoran striker Matty Burrows is the centre of attention ahead of the Puskas Award announcement tonight.