Six Nations

February 4th Decider! Leonard

Jason Leonard believes that whoever wins the Wales v Ireland clash in Cardiff on February 4th will go on to glory in the RBS Six Nations. He’s written off both the heavyweights in England and France, and the man who has played 54 Six Nations games and is the most capped prop in Test rugby… Read more »

Snow Joke!

Snow & Rugby, isn’t a common combination (other than for Henson and Charlotte Church’s holidays!), that all changed yesterday as the skippers of Wales, Scotland, France, Ireland, Scotland and Italy indulged in a staged playful snowball battle during the photo opportunities. Wales captain Stephen Jones and his Irish counterpart Brian O’Driscoll, Lions team-mates on the… Read more »

Croke – The First Session

GAA officials have confirmed that Ireland’s rugby team trained behind closed doors at Croke Park yesterday (Wednesday) for over an hour. Eddie O’Sullivan’s men focussed on scrummaging work and the players tried out different sizes of boot studs on the famed Jones Road pitch. In addition the whole squad had a walk around the corridors… Read more »

Farrell rates Ireland

We all realise that Ireland have been playing some fantastic rugby of late. You’ve got a group that has been playing together over a long period of time – a group that has grown together. Within that group you have many players who are coming to the peak of their careers. It’s very reminiscent of… Read more »

O’Sullivan – Favourites? – So What?

O’Sullivan isn’t bothered that his side are favourites to lift the RBS 6 Nations title. Three second-places and two Triple Crowns since 2002 mean he knows what he’s doing when it comes to getting his team ready for this tournament. He describes the tournament as “a long haul”, he feels Ireland have the ability to… Read more »