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Johnny Sexton tries to step Tomos Williams during Ireland’s win over Wales. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Width, glorious width. Ireland moved the ball against Wales and reaped the rewards, running out handsome 24-14 winners against the Grand Slam champion(...)

Ireland’s Johnny Sexton salutes the fans after being substituted with 10 minutes to go. Photo: Brian Lawless/PA Wire.

Johnny Sexton runs the Ireland team now and he wants the messaging to be clear. He feels, since the misery of 2019, too much blame is being passed aro(...)

 Ireland’s Jordan Larmour scores the first try of the game. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

When scrum coach John Fogarty was asked at the captains’ run on Friday what threat Wales held, he referenced coach Wayne Pivac and his Scarlets team o(...)

Ireland’s Andrew Conway tackles Wales’ Ken Owens during the match at the Aviva Stadium. Photo: Donall Farmer/PA Wire.

Ireland 24 Wales 14 Rumours of Ireland’s demise appear premature. This was only the second game of the Six Nations and only the second game of the An(...)

 Josh Adams of Wales celebrates with Dan Biggar after scoring his team’s second try against Italy. Photograph: Getty Images

Wales 42 Italy 0 Wales made a strong start to their defence of the Six Nations title by beating Italy 42-0 at the Principality Stadium on Saturday af(...)

Gloucester’s Louis Rees-Zammit sores the second try of the game during the Heineken Champions Cup pool five match against Montpellier at Kingsholm. Photograph:  Simon Galloway/PA Wire

Teenager Gloucester wing Louis Rees-Zammit is in line to be named in Wales’ Six Nations squad. The 18-year-old has lit up English rugby this season, s(...)

South Africa’s centre Frans Steyn and scrumhalf Faf de Klerk celebrate their side’s win over Wales. Photograph: Charly Triballeau/AFP/Getty

Rugby World Cup semi-final: Wales 16 South Africa 19 For several seconds after Handre Pollard tapped the game’s final penalty, kicked the ball dead a(...)

Wales’ coach Warren Gatland during a training session at the International Stadium, Yokohama. Photograph:  Adam Davy/PA Wire.

Rugby World Cup semi-final: Wales v South Africa Kick-off: 9am Irish time, Sunday. Venue: International Stadium, Yokohama. How to follow: T(...)

Australia’s head coach Michael Cheika during a training session in Urayasu. Photograph: Getty Images

Michael Cheika launched a stinging attack on World Rugby following the three-match ban received by the Australia wing Reece Hodge for a tackle his hea(...)

Dan Biggar is tackled by Tamaz Mchedlidze during Wales’ opening win over Georgia. Photograph: Mike Hewitt/Getty

Wales 43 Georgia 14 If Wales at this World Cup is a three act play then scene one of the second just unfolded; a calming, clinical victory to follow (...)

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