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21 February 2018 19:04 Porter to start for Ireland as Furlong and Henderson set to miss out

James Ryan is set to return to Ireland’s second row for the Six Nations clash with Wales. JOE SCHMIDT IS set to hand Andrew Porter his second international start in Ireland’s Six Nations clash with Wales in Dublin on Saturday [KO 2.15pm], as Tadhg Furlong and Iain Henderson could miss out through injury. 22-year-old Porter is set to take over from Furlong 8

12 February 2018 14:10 Henshaw ruled out of Six Nations but Furlong looks good for Wales

The outside centre suffered a shoulder injury against Italy. IRELAND HAVE CONFIRMED that Robbie Henshaw will play no further part in the 2018 Six Nations. The centre this morning underwent a procedure on the injury to his right shoulder that he suffered in Saturday’s eight-try win over Italy. More positively for Ireland, Tadhg Furlong should be available 4

15 November 2017 01:32 Munster focus turns towards Johann van Graan and Zebre

The Munster squad returns to training today ahead of the Guinness PRO14 trip to Italy to face Zebre in 11 days, while the province’s medical staff have received a fresh influx of injured Ireland players. Keith Earls, Tommy O’Donnell and John Ryan are all back at Munster’s high-performance centre receiving treatment, following injuries sustained on Ireland 25

29 October 2017 02:35 Leinster overcome injury obstacles to derail Ulster

Ulster: C Piutau; T Bowe, L Marshall, S McCloskey (L Ludik 70), J Stockdale; C Lealiifano (P Nelson 67), A Cairns (J Stewart 62); C Black (A Warwick 56), R Best (R Herring 56), R Ah You (R Kane 74), A O'Connor (K Treadwell 62), I Henderson (capt), S Reidy, J Deysel (R Diack 17), C Henry. Leinster: R Kearney; A Byrne, R O'Loughlin, N Reid (J Larmour 4), D Kearney 4

28 October 2017 16:12 Man shot dead in north Dublin attack named by gardaí

Witnesses sought to killing of 24-year-old Jamie Tighe Ennis at Moatview Ave, Coolock A man shot dead in Coolock, Dublin early today has been named by gardaí. Jamie Tighe Ennis (24), of Timbermill Apartments, Artane, was shot at about 2.20am on Moatview Avenue, Priorswood in a suspected gangland attack. Mr Ennis was shot in the head as he was speaking 15

28 October 2017 12:44 Murder inquiry as man shot dead in north Dublin attack

Gardaí seeking witnesses to killing of 23-year-old at Moatview Avenue in Coolock Gardaí have begun a murder investigation after a man was shot dead in Coolock in Dublin in a suspected gangland attack. A 23-year-old man was shot in the head as he was speaking to some friends on Moatview Avenue in Coolock just before 2.30am on Saturday. The victim, who was known 17

14 October 2017 14:11 Leinster youngsters come of age to earn bonus-point win over Montpellier

The late introduction of James Ryan for the unavailable Scott Fardy further compromised a collective already operating without Jonathan Sexton and Sean O’Brien. This would be a test unlike any other for Leinster, never mind a 21 year-old lock making just his second start for The Blues. Montpellier’s intent was apparent from the get-go, their big men hoovering 2

07 October 2017 17:05 'It's not nice to come here and lose' says Rassie Erasmus after Munster defeated by Leinster

Munster boss Rassie Erasmus admitted his side only had themselves to blame after poor discipline allowed man of the match Johnny Sexton to secure derby victory for Leinster at Aviva Stadium today, writes Simon Lewis. Leinster captain Sexton kicked two conversions in the opening period and three second-half penalties, the first of which took the Ireland 13

07 October 2017 15:00 Sexton stars as Leinster overpower Munster ahead of European challenge

If they play this way in Castres next Sunday, they’ll be in big trouble. Their tight-five were out-muscled, their discipline was poor and their backline looked disjointed and had to live off scraps to stay in the game. It was eerily reminiscent of their three heavy defeats at the Aviva Stadium last season when Leinster, Saracens and Scarlets all handed 9

07 October 2017 14:59 O'Loughlin on the double as Leinster inflict more Aviva Stadium pain on Munster

The scoreboard will suggest a tight contest but Leinster proved far too strong again for their southern rivals. WHILE MUNSTER CAN put the wounding defeats to Saracens and then Scarlets on this ground down to being outclassed by a far superior team on the day, this defeat — their fourth at the Aviva Stadium in 12 months — is altogether more concerning 4