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Sunday 29 January 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Scrum time

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# Taking the positives
'At the start I was actually going into the scrum myself!': Ross making his impact felt
The performance of the scrum was one positive aspect of Ireland Women’s heavy Six Nations defeat to England on Friday.
# hiring
Wallabies engage Argentinian 'scrum doctor' ahead of World Cup
Australia’s scrum struggled at times against South Africa at the weekend.
Scrum battle looks decisive for Ireland against Marler and England
Marty Moore says Ireland got through some seriously tough scrummaging sessions at Carton House this week.
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Peter Stringer gave a scrum-half masterclass on BT Sport
The 37-year old showed exactly how important communication is at the set-piece.
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Twitter pics, illegal angles and BJ Botha's problems with Wayne Barnes
The Munster tighthead found himself in a spot of bother at the scrum against Clermont last weekend.
# Expert
Greg Feek leaving Leinster for full-time Ireland scrum coach role
The former All Black prop will be involved with the National Scrum Development Programme from next season onwards.
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Opinion: Are Ireland’s pack just a little bit too nice?
Free your inner Rodrigo Roncero, writes the Whiff of Cordite experts.
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In pictures: Ireland rugby players are put through their paces in Kildare
The squad are in camp ahead of this month’s November internationals in Dublin and Limerick.
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Simon Hick's View from the Frontline: welcome to the capital of cool
There’s a coffee shop every 50 yards, the locals walk and talk a little faster than your average New Zealander and there is a sense of a town with very little time on its hands.
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View from the Frontline: Simon Hick’s World Cup dispatches, Part 3
“One country looking on at this bluff-fest with a worried interest is Ireland. You wouldn’t do it to us France, would you – go and get all high and mighty and try to win the game?”