AT LAST: Ireland Vs New Zealand Thoughts And Reaction

Half time and it’s 25-8 to Ireland. That familiar vibe of optimism was felt in the local pub’s atmosphere. Many were getting ready for history to be made. “I think we’re going to do it” was overheard, likewise however was, “it’s going to be 2013 all over again.” I was inclined to agree with the … More AT LAST: Ireland Vs New Zealand Thoughts And Reaction

Munster Haka Rugby Championship Preview!

1st Place: New Zealand  Danger Man: Beauden Barrett Key Player: Ben Smith One to Watch: Ardie Savea Best XV: Moody, Coles, Franks, Whitelock, Retallick, Cane, Savea, Read; Smith, Barrett, Crotty, Fekitoa; Naholo, Smith, Dagg Question to be answered: They looked as confident and classy as ever in their June destruction of Wales, but how will the All Black’s manage to navigate … More Munster Haka Rugby Championship Preview!

Player Profile: Bill Johnston

‘Player Profile’ is the name that we’ve stuck to player analysis pieces that feature up and coming youngsters playing for Munster. Unfortunately, with the exception of Jack O’Donoghue, our player profiles have been a kiss of death to every single player that has featured, with Brian Haugh, Luke O’Dea, Darren Moroney and Paddy Butler all being released from the Munster set up within … More Player Profile: Bill Johnston

Irishman Lands Last Minute Dropgoal to Secure Victory for the USA

There was glory for the USA in the Pacific Island Cup last night as 25 year old Irishman AJ MacGinty landed a last minute drop goal to secure victory over Canada. From Dublin, the Blackrock student has been very impressive for the Eagles in recent months. However, last nights events were perhaps the most important … More Irishman Lands Last Minute Dropgoal to Secure Victory for the USA

PART THREE: Rugby is Dying, if Not Already Dead

In an era of financial imbalance, concussions and complications, we discuss the current state and future of the game that we all love. Will France’s dominance ever fade from European club rugby and will Super Rugby survive the French magnetism? What changes have to be made to support the players that put their bodies on … More PART THREE: Rugby is Dying, if Not Already Dead