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# summer-tour - Wednesday 6 June, 2012

From The42 Summer Tour Diary: Ma'a Nonu's Irish impersonation - "Tanks a million!" GAA Blacks

Summer Tour Diary: Ma'a Nonu's Irish impersonation - "Tanks a million!"

What do you do when you have just won a World Cup? Ma’a went to Japan while Sonny Bill won a heavyweight boxing championship.

# summer-tour - Tuesday 5 June, 2012

From The42 Report: Nerveless Laidlaw kicks Scotland to victory Damp Squib

Report: Nerveless Laidlaw kicks Scotland to victory

The 9-6 win over a shadow Australia XV is Scotland’s first away win over Wallabies since 1982.

From The42 Summer Tour Diary: All Blacks talk up O’Driscoll, Kearney and not much else Tour

Summer Tour Diary: All Blacks talk up O’Driscoll, Kearney and not much else

Eoin Reddan is amazed by Tiger Woods’ winning charge and Simon Zebo sticks out ‘like a sore thumb’.

# summer-tour - Monday 4 June, 2012

From The42 Mike Ross an injury doubt for Ireland's First Test against All Blacks Banana Skin

Mike Ross an injury doubt for Ireland's First Test against All Blacks

The tighthead prop’s injured hamstring may prevent him from lining up against New Zealand on Saturday.

# summer-tour - Wednesday 30 May, 2012

From The42 VIDEO: Tindall's try for Barbarians against Ireland Summer Tour This post contains videos

VIDEO: Tindall's try for Barbarians against Ireland

In the absence of TV coverage, we’re down to amateur footage of Ireland’s 29-28 defeat.

# summer-tour - Tuesday 29 May, 2012

From The42 Wish list: Three things we want to see from Ireland tonight Baa-Baas

Wish list: Three things we want to see from Ireland tonight

Declan Kidney takes charge of his first game since Ireland were demolished at Twickenham.

From The42 Summer tour: Barbarians provide chance to impress for Ireland's fringe Preview

Summer tour: Barbarians provide chance to impress for Ireland's fringe

With Leinster players out of the equation, Declan Kidney has been forced to experiment in tonight’s game in Gloucester.

From The42 On the mend: Gatland hopes to join Welsh midway through Australian tour Warren G

On the mend: Gatland hopes to join Welsh midway through Australian tour

The Kiwi has also given assurances to the Lions that he’ll be ready to lead next year’s tour against the Wallabies.

# summer-tour - Monday 21 May, 2012

From The42 Zebo one of three uncapped players in Ireland squad Familiar Feel

Zebo one of three uncapped players in Ireland squad

Declan Kidney named most of his squad to tour New Zealand today, but there are still four spaces to be filled.

# summer-tour - Monday 14 May, 2012

From The42 All Blacks: World Champions name squad for Ireland tests Back To Work

All Blacks: World Champions name squad for Ireland tests

21-year-old Luke Whitelock was the only surprise inclusion when Steve Hansen named his first 35-man New Zealand squad.

# summer-tour - Monday 7 May, 2012

From The42 Every cloud: Kearney hopes to fill Fitzgerald void Stepping Up

Every cloud: Kearney hopes to fill Fitzgerald void

The 22-year-old prospect could benefit from Luke Fitzgerald’s injury trouble for both club and country.

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