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# The Test

Last year
Ireland end summer tour on losing note as Japan rally with dominant display to draw series
The hosts secured an impressive win in the second Test in Tokyo.
All time
'If we lose to Tyrone, it's probably one of the worst years in Cavan football history'
Pádraig Faulkner says there is added pressure on his side to get a result after suffering league relegation for the third time.
Serbia's prime minister has taken a lie detector test to disprove tabloid allegations
Aleksandar Vucic took the test voluntarily after being accused of involvement in a blackmailing scam.
Leo Varadkar has called for an increase in HIV testing in Ireland
With the number of new positive test cases on the increase HIV Ireland has echoed the health minister’s words.
Kimmage: Brian O'Driscoll left 'very interesting' bits out of his book
BOD’s former collaborator believes The Test would be very different had they continued to work together.
Brian O'Driscoll's 'The Test' is the Irish Sports Book of the Year
The autobiography overcame strong competition from other nominees, including Roy Keane’s memoir
11 things we learned from BOD's big new book
A shocking revelation about a snooze button, developing Ireland’s defence and his attachment to that number 13 shirt.
'I'm shook, a sitting duck': How Brian O'Driscoll talked his way back onto the field against France
The centre was treated for suspected in concussion in a gruelling Six Nations clash with France in 2013.
O'Driscoll thinks 'Lunster' fans showed a 'lack of loyalty'
O’Driscoll also spoke to RTE about Michael Cheika’s influence and ROG vs Sexton.
Harvard's 1869 entrance exam: would you pass?
Suddenly the Leaving Cert doesn’t seem so bad…