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Saturday 3 June 2023 Dublin: 17°C

# Powerhouse

Last year
# Powerhouse
'I decided to step away last year. When injuries keep happening, it can wear you down'
Galway midfielder Cillian McDaid reflects on his unique sporting journey.
# Powerhouse
'I've had a rodeo ride with injuries through the years so it's a big one for me personally'
Damien Comer reflects on the ‘special’ feeling of scoring two goals in yesterday’s All-Ireland semi-final.
All time
# Powerhouse
Should Tyrone start McShane in the All-Ireland final?
It’s one of the biggest talking points heading into Saturday’s decider.
# Physical
Roux proud to play part for Ireland with family watching on from South Africa
The Connacht lock is hopeful he has done enough to keep his place against England.
# Powerhouse
World Cup red card behind him, Bundee Aki bringing form into the Six Nations
The 29-year-old teams up with Garry Ringrose in midfield for Saturday’s clash with Scotland.
# Powerhouse
'That's what your foreign players should be, big players that have big moments'
South African back row Marcell Coetzee continues to stand out for Ulster.
# Powerhouse
'If your chance comes, it comes. If it doesn't, you keep working'
Ultan Dillane is delighted to have worked his way through intense competition to get a first Six Nations start.
# Scoring Star
Dublin's captain fantastic lands top award to cap historic league campaign
Deadly forward Sinéad Aherne has been named Player of the Month for May.
# Powerhouse
Lions pack sends out message to All Blacks with dominance in Rotorua
Conor Murray and Johnny Sexton were excellent in the halfback positions.
# Powerhouse
Billy Vunipola admits he 'probably won't make' Six Nations finale against Ireland
The Saracens back row was the a clear key to England’s resurgence under Eddie Jones last year.
# Powerhouse
Timani to make first Wallabies start in Argentina clash at Twickenham
Michael Cheika’s side can still finish second in the Rugby Championship if results go their way.
# Injury
Guy Novès rules powerhouse Picamoles out of clash with Ireland
The Toulouse number eight limped off during the win over Italy in Paris today.
# Powerhouse
Huge boost for Munster as CJ Stander signs on for two more years
The powerful back row is now qualified to play for Ireland.
# llama
Huge boost for Ulster as Ireland's Iain Henderson returns in back row
The 23-year-od starts against Saracens tomorrow night in Belfast.
# Powerhouse
Te'o primed for full-tilt run with Leinster but return to league beckons
The 28-year-old centre was linked with a move to the NRL during the summer.
# Transfer
Toulon have confirmed the signing of world-class number eight Vermeulen
The Stormers captain will join Mourad Boudjellal’s club on a three-year contract.
# Powerhouse
Disappointing Donnybrook evening for Ireland U20s as England victorious
Nigel Carolan’s men lost for the first time in the 2015 Six Nations.
# breaking the lawes
Blow for England as explosive Lawes set to miss start of Six Nations
The 25-year-old lock will undergo ankle surgery today but may be back in time to face Ireland.
# Loan Deal
Howard learning quickly after de Villiers and Smal set up Munster switch
The 22-year-old centre delivered another physical performance against Leinster on Friday night.
# Report
Who needs strikers anyway? Silva's double and Yaya's bullet moves City level with Chelsea
Manuel Pellegrini’s side comfortably defeated Crystal Palace in the day’s early kick-off.
# versatile
Ruddock ready for Georgian power after starring in Boks beating
The Leinster flanker turned 24 today and now feels a settled part of Joe Schmidt’s group.
# Powerhouse
Analysis: Toulon combine freakish power with clever twists, but Munster can cope
We’ve examined the Toulon attack, using GIFs and videos to illustrate the threat Rob Penney’s men face on Sunday.
# Powerhouse
'It's only taken me seven months!' - Nick Williams hitting form for Ulster
The explosive No. 8 believes the northern province can make up for Heineken Cup disappointment in the Pro12.