Padraig Harrington says he will have to make big changes to his playing schedule. Photograph: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images

Win makes him eligible for five additional tournaments - ‘It’s a nice problem to have’

Padraig Harrington shakes hands with Daniel Berger on the second playoff hole during the continuation of the fourth round of The Honda Classic. Photograph: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images

Three-time Major winner explains how his mindset changed between playoff holes

Isa Nacewa may be returning to Leinster next season with talk of his signing a year-long contract in a player/coach role. Photograph: Dan Sheridan /Inpho

Leo Cullen says squad needs to be bolstered, especially with players going to World Cup

Leinster say Zane Kirchner contract talks are at an advanced stage. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Isa Nacewa return in player/coach capacity is ‘miles off’ say province

Generally speaking Conor Murray’s box-kicking was wonderfully accurate and it was an area of the game in which Ireland generated huge currency in possession terms.

A fine 19-9 victory with just enough ‘work-ons’ to occupy Joe Schmidt and his management team over the next fortnight.

 Billy Vunipola makes a break at the Aviva Stadium. James Crombie/Inpho

John O’Sullivan assesses the English performances at the Aviva Stadium

Rob Kearney: A couple of loose kicks aside he was the personification of calm collection under the high ball and that infuses confidence in those around you. Rating: 7

How Ireland’s players rated in today’s 19-9 win over England

Leinster’s Luke Fitzgerald would love to make the match squad against England on Sunday. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Switching between centre and wing doesn’t faze Ireland star getting back to his best

Bath’s director of rugby Mike ford talks to his son George, the outhalf of that club and England. George will have a pivotal position as kicker when England come to Dublin for the Six Nations game on Sunday. Photograph: David Rogers/Getty.

The son of Ireland’s former backs coach is back in Dublin as outhalf

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