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Wednesday 1 February 2023 Dublin: 6°C

# On The Road

Last week
22nd January 2023 - 28th January 2023
# On The Road
Dublin narrowly hold off Kildare to open Division 2 campaign with a victory
The sides clashed in the league opener at Croke Park.
# CONFIRMED
Waterford to play Munster hurling championship home games in Thurles
FBD Semple Stadium has been approved as the venue for Déise’s meetings with Limerick and Clare.
# On The Road
'It's a challenge, we like a challenge at this club' - Munster's Rowntree
The Munster boss says they welcome the challenge of travelling to take on the Sharks.
Last year
2022
# On The Road
After their travel nightmare, Leinster must be close to best against Racing
Leo Cullen’s side weren’t able to do their captain’s run due to long delays on the journey to Le Havre.
# On The Road
'It's a long drive to Thomond Park, and it has always been a pretty rubbish trip back'
Billy Burns has yet to win away against Munster since joining Ulster in 2018.
# On The Road
Wilkins says daunting South Africa trip gives Connacht chance to get house in order
The squad will be away for over two weeks, having not returned to Galway after Saturday’s loss to Ulster in Belfast.
# Bit O'Red
'I'm unbelievably proud' - Sligo Rovers boss feels they deserved famous European win
John Russell gave his thoughts after last night’s victory away to Motherwell in the Europa Conference League qualifiers.
# On The Road
Munster focused on 'playing the game we want to play' ahead of URC quarter-final date in Belfast
The province are the only team to beat Ulster at the Kingspan Stadium in the URC this season.
# On The Road
'It's a shame for a semi-final, it's unacceptable' - Ronan O'Gara
La Rochelle are frustrated at Racing moving the clash to Lens in the north of France.
# On The Road
Irish internationals and Luke Marshall return as Ulster confirm South Africa touring squad
The squad travelled to Cape Town yesterday ahead of the upcoming URC games.
All time
# On The Road
Arsenal v Benfica Europa League return leg switched to Greece
Arsenal will travel further for the home leg of their tie than the away leg.
# On The Road
Did you sit your driving test this year? Here are the pass rates for each RSA test centre for 2020
Here’s how drivers fared at each centre across the country this year.
# On The Road
Cooney and McCloskey return from Ireland camp for Ulster's clash with Cardiff
Matty Rea will win his 50th cap for the province, while Billy Burns and Luke Marshall return from injury.
# On The Road
Ulster A leave the RDS with deserved four-try victory over Leinster
Bill Johnston scored 14 points as the Ulster back row delivered an excellent performance.
# On The Road
There were an extra 14,000 uninsured vehicles on Irish roads last year
MIBI said the figures show an urgent need for an automatic number plate recognition system.
# On The Road
Sheehan goal sets Cork on way to success in Leitrim and Tipp finish strong to beat Louth
The Munster duo both won their ties today in Division 3.
# On The Road
117,000 new cars registered in Ireland in 2019 and just 3% were electric
The government is expected to soon publish draft legislation banning the sale of petrol and diesel vehicles by 2030.
# On The Road
Out-of-sorts Ospreys mean Munster have chance for perfect start in Europe
Johann van Graan’s side must not miss their opportunity to begin with a win in Swansea.
# feeling 22
Fitzgerald's star continues to rise as Connacht thrash Dragons and return home with bonus point
Gavin Thornbury, Matt Healy, Finlay Bealham, Cillian Gallagher and Kieran Marmion all ran in tries in Newport.
# The Italian Job
Deegan impresses with two tries as Leinster survive Zebre scare with bonus-point victory
Leo Cullen’s men came out on top at the Stadio Luigi Zaffanella on Saturday.
# On The Road
Waterford lose home advantage for league opener after breaching training regulations
Padraic Fanning’s side will face Offaly at Semple Stadium later this month.
# On The Road
Did you sit your driving test this year? Here are the pass rates for each RSA test centre for 2018
Data released to TheJournal.ie showed the pass rates for each centre where a car tests was carried out this year.
# On The Road
Larmour's intercept try crucial as Leinster squeeze out away win in Bath
Leo Cullen’s side weren’t at their best in tricky conditions but found a way to win.
# On The Road
'It's been absolutely overwhelming': After being forced to close its doors, the Lambert Puppet Theatre heads on tour
It was confirmed earlier this year that the iconic venue was to close – but Liam Lambert says the show will go on.
# On The Road
Slight drop in cost of petrol and diesel, but we're still paying more than last year
Drivers are paying 10c more compared to July 2017.
# Blue Monday
This is what buses will look like on 24 Dublin routes later this year
The travel experience will stay largely the same for commuters, the company says.
# Driver dilemma
Have a summer road trip on the horizon? Here's how to prep your car for the journey
It’s not just about the picnic stops and the playlist.
# On The Road
Jim Gavin names experienced Dublin side for Wicklow clash
The Dubs head to Portlaoise tomorrow.
# On The Road
Letter from Bilbao: Leinster feel a bond in the Basque Country
Leo Cullen’s men took in some of the sights in the city after their captain’s run in the sun.
# On The Road
Leicester dispatch dismal Arsenal as Gunners remain without a point away from home in 2018
Arsene Wenger’s side were defeated at the King Power on Monday, meaning they have lost every away game in the Premier League this calendar year.
# On The Road
At a time when Ireland's industry was on its knees, we became surprising trailblazers in car making
A new book is highlighting a “forgotten” story of Ireland’s journey to modernity.
# On The Road
Dundalk on the double as they see off gutsy Bray to maintain top spot
Pat Hoban and John Mountney bagged the goals.
# On The Road
The42 Rugby Show is coming to Cork next week - get your tickets here
Tomás O’Leary is our special guest as we look ahead to Munster v Toulon, Leinster v Saracens, and a bumper weekend of European action.
# On The Road
Tayto Park has launched a 'driving school for kids' with Nissan cars
Children can learn the rules of the road and get their own driving licence.
# On The Road
Gavin makes no changes on opening weekend win as Dubs make trip to Tyrone
Dublin are aiming to make it back-to-back wins in the Allianz National Football League at Healy Park this evening.
# On The Road
Late, late show as Durcan edges Mayo past 12-man Monaghan at the death
Mayo took the points on offer in the Clones opener.
# On The Road
U2 confirm America and European dates, promise Dublin show announcement 'soon'
The tour will kick off in Oklahoma on 2 May.
# On The Road
Drink-drivers caught five times over the limit as Christmas campaign kicks in
A number of arrests for drug-driving have also been made.
# On The Road
McCabe, Greene and Brennan ensure Seagulls continue to soar high
Bray Wanderers had a comfortable win away to Finn Harps tonight.
# Weather Warning
Careful out there: Motorists urged to watch out for flying debris in high winds
Gusts of up to 100 km/h are being predicted.