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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 5°C

# Shoulder to Shoulder

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‘I ended up feeling sorry for myself, now I’m ready to take my second chance’
Dave Heffernan is determined to make his mark with Ireland after fearing his international career was over.
'It's a serious effort to get back in that timeframe': Henshaw huge for Leinster after shoulder injury
Robbie Henshaw worked tirelessly to make a remarkably quick return from shoulder injury.
Henderson makes the bench as Ringrose returns to Ireland's centre for Scotland clash
Iain Henderson and Tadhg Furlong have both shaken off hamstring injuries, but only the tighthead has forced his way back into the starting line-up.
A huge majority of Irish people are in favour of Ireland's bid for the Rugby World Cup
A new poll puts support at above 90%.
Conway and Scannell brothers included in Ireland's Six Nations squad
Joe Schmidt has named a group of 40 to gather in Carton House.
What do Ireland need to do to beat the All Blacks?
Attempt number 29 is this Saturday.
Hundreds attend Black Lives Matter demos in Cork, Dublin and Galway
President Obama also spoke at an emotional memorial in Dallas.
'It's going to be such a cauldron' - Ireland wary of a wounded Springbok outfit in Joburg
Jamie Heaslip has tasted success at Ellis Park with the Lions and he’s hoping to guide Ireland to a historic series win this weekend.
"We look out for each other": This Men's Shed meant an end to loneliness for these men
“A lot of men we have would have suffered from depression but the change in people after a few weeks here is unbelievable.”
Chris Henry: 'I hope Joe knows I've done a job for him in the past and I'm still there'
Ireland’s head coach places huge value in familiarity when picking squads and Henry hopes to prove himself fit for Twickenham this Sunday.
Peter Stringer: Honing basic skills the key to improving Ireland's gameplan A, B and C
“When you come up against a more physical team than you, you need a plan B.”
21 months later: Ambition still burning in Mike Sherry after shoulder nightmare
For a long time, a comeback looked doubtful for Mike Sherry, but he made an emotional return to the field of play last month.
Looking for meaty, bulky shoulders? Try this session
It won’t happen overnight though.
Ireland has gone in to bat for Microsoft in its landmark privacy case against the US
The tech giant is fighting an order to hand over email data stored on its Dublin servers.
Lack of Munster players in Ireland squad not an issue, insists Kiss
Just five players from last year’s Heineken Cup semi-finalists feature in the 34-man Six Nations squad.
No expectation, only hope as Ireland host flawless New Zealand
Brace yourselves, Ireland. This isn’t going to be easy.