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Tuesday 28 November 2023 Dublin: 6°C

# tough task?

This year
Munster will travel to South Africa for the Champions Cup round-of-16
Graham Rowntree’s side will take on the Sharks in Durban.
Last year
Connacht will need something special to topple star-studded Bulls
The province are winless after the opening two rounds of the URC.
7 players depart Ireland's Six Nations camp to return to 7s duty
Outstanding second row Sam Monaghan has also been ruled out of the England game.
All time
Barcelona to play Napoli in Europa League knockout play-offs
The draw also saw Rangers handed a tricky assignment against Borussia Dortmund.
England among opponents as Irish U19s given difficult European Championship draw
The Irish U17s have also learned their qualification opponents.
St Pat's rally from two goals down but fall just short in Uefa Youth League first leg
Ross Fay grabbed a late goal for the hosts but his side will travel to Belgrade for the second leg trailing by 2-1.
Another quarter-final exit? Ireland's World Cup draw isn't straightforward
New Zealand or hosts France look likely to be waiting in the quarter-finals.
Connacht's crew of Ireland internationals available for massive test in Paris
Bundee Aki, Kieran Marmion, Dave Heffernan, Finlay Bealham, Quinn Roux, and Ultan Dillane are all set to play.
Spurs show new Southampton manager size of his task
Harry Kane, Lucas Moura and Son Heung-min got the goals for the hosts at Wembley Stadium.
Blues name eight All Blacks in team to face the Lions in Auckland
Sonny Bill Williams has been pencilled into the XV for Wednesday’s game.
Munster to face impressive Saracens in Dublin in Champions Cup semi-final
Mark McCall’s men overcame Glasgow in their quarter-final at Allianz Park this afternoon.
Paddy McBrearty on facing Dublin: 'In 2014 we exploited what we felt were their weaknesses'
The Kilcar forward put up the highest ever score by a Donegal player in Croke Park on Saturday.
Is this the toughest job of the week?
Aer Lingus are looking for a new staff member: an internal communications officer to liaise between management and staff.