Munster’s Craig Casey scores a try against Zebre. Photograph: Inpho

Munster 52 Zebre 3 Five Munster academy players, two senior debuts, eight changes to the Johann van Graan team that beat Glasgow last time out, seve(...)

Josh Wycherley starts in the Munster frontrow on Monday night. Photograph: Inpho

Munster v Zebre, Thomond Park, Monday, 8.15 – Live on Eir Sport 1 Munster coach Johann van Graan has included five academy players in the matchday 23(...)

Ulster’s Marcell Coetzee scored four tries on Monday evening. Photograph: Inpho

Zebre 14 Ulster 57 This one never really deviated from the expected narrative as Ulster ran in nine tries to obliterate Zebre and rack up six wins fr(...)

Dan Leavy is in line to play his first game of rugby in 18 months in  Leinster’s Pro 14 clash against Zebre at the RDS on Friday night. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Pro14: Leinster v Zebre Rugby, Friday October 23rd, RDS Arena, Friday, 7.35pm – Live on TG4, Eir Sport Dan Leavy is poised to return to action for th(...)

Leinster’s Rob Kearney and Fergus McFadden lift the Guinness Pro 14 trophy after the victory over Ulster in the final at the Aviva Stadium in September. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

The reaction to the probability of the four South African Super Rugby franchises joining an expanded Pro 16 has been mixed. By and large, the response(...)

Leinster hooker Rónan Kelleher has scored nine tries in his side’s 24-game unbeaten run, this effort coming against the Ospreys last October. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Leinster will be trying to engineer a 25th successive victory when they face Ulster in the Pro14 final at the Aviva stadium on Saturday night. Their m(...)

Jonah Lomu runs through the Ireland defence at Ellis Park in Johannesburg during the 1995 Rugby World Cup. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

All Black teenager, dead at 40, Jonah Lomu did plenty of living in between. Johannesburg May 27th, 1995 is where and when rugby gets divided into two(...)

The Ireland team for the Rugby World Cup quarter-final against France. Back Row (L-R) Nick Popplewell, Gary Halpin, Eric Elwood, David Corkery, Paddy Johns, Neil Francis, Gabriel Fulcher, Paul Wallace and Simon Geoghegan Front Row (L-R) Brendan Mullin, Darragh O’Mahony, Niall Hogan, Conor O’Shea and Jonathan Bell. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

On June 10th, 1995, 25 years ago this week, Ireland were beaten 36-12 by France in a Rugby World Cup quarter-final in King’s Park, Durban becoming the(...)

Stephen Aboud is in lockdown in Parma, where we works with the Federazione Italian Rugby. Photograph:  James Crombie/Inpho

Italy is in lockdown having been ravaged by the coronavirus, but it must still be eerie to walk down the Strada della Repubblica, one of the main thor(...)

Zebre has extended his stay with Zebre until the summer of 2022. Photograph:   Oisín Keniry/Inpho

Former Connacht coach Michael Bradley has extended his contract as Zebre head coach until the summer of 2022. The former Munster and Ireland scrumhal(...)

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