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Ireland pulled off an impressive win over England in the 2015 RBS Six Nations keeping their plans on track to win back to back Six Nations tournaments.

Pictured: Man of the match: Robbie Henshaw scores his first international home try against England

With Jordi Murphy the only addition to the Irish starting XV, in for the injured Jamie Heaslip in the backrow, this I...

The smoke settled from the rousing pre-match fireworks and it was time to get down to business. Ireland went into this game with Jonny Sexton and Jamie Heaslip restored to the starting XV while long term injury layoff Cian Healy had been named on the bench.

Pictured above, Man of the Match Jonathan Sexton and Tommy Bowe celebrate Ireland's win over France

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In the wake of the latest concussion furore, Hugh Foyle asks is it time for World Rugby to follow the example of the NFL and introduce injury spotters?

The National Football League introduced 'injury spotters' at all games from 2012 to help alleviate the growing concern over head injuries within the sport.

The time for talking and gesturing is over, as the constant iss...

It's 'Zero Hour' - plus five days - when Andrew Conway takes a half hour to shoot the breeze with Emerald Rugby.

It's the Thursday following Munster's Champions Cup shellacking at Allianz Park, the province's heaviest European defeat in 18 years, a 33-10 reversal that has raised a litany of questions about the men in red's current standing.

From a journalist's perspective, a...

 From Schools cup to Rugby World Cup in a couple of years, it's been one heck of a ride thus far for Robbie Henshaw, a rising star of Irish and Connacht rugby. In the first of three episodes, Three’s #AllitTakes series focuses on the remarkable journey of Robbie Henshaw.