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# Work in progress

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# Work in progress
'Are we currently comfortable with where we're at? We're never comfortable'
While Joe Schmidt says he has good depth in certain positions, there is still much work to do.
# Work in progress
Erasmus feels Munster are slowly clicking into gear ahead of Leinster showdown
Peter O’Mahony returned from injury with a cameo appearance in yesterday’s victory over Zebre.
# Work in progress
Is Denis Hurley Munster's long-term answer at 12? He thinks he's getting better there
Hurley has gotten a lot of game time at inside centre this season.
# Work in progress
'Connacht game-plan taking shape as Pat Lam clears the decks' - Adrian Flavin
“Connacht brought him over from the far side of the world,” says the former hooker. “They have to back him.”
# Work in progress
'We created chances and that is pleasing' - O'Neill keen to focus on the positives
Giving away sloppy goals and not putting away clear-cut opportunities cost Ireland, according to the manager.
# Work in progress
Ireland must develop squad depth to regularly compete with world’s best – Schmidt
The coach has suggested he is using the All Blacks as the template for Irish success.
# Work in progress
Daniel Radcliffe lined up to play Seb Coe in Ovett rivalry film
Filming on ‘Gold’ is due to begin in April next year.
# Aston Villa
'The team is growing' - Benitez a happy man after Villa rout
The Chelsea boss isn’t ruling out a title challenge after his side moved up to third with an 8-0 win yesterday.
# Draghing it out
ECB president: Fiscal Compact not ‘quid pro quo’ for deal on bank debts
But Mario Draghi says Ireland’s vote is a welcome affirmation of its priorities, and that market access could be close at hand.
# Work in progress
ECB to meet to discuss potential cut to interest rates
A 0.25 per cent cut would be good news for mortgage holders – though most expect it to come next month, not today.