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    Paul O’Connell Picks His Lions XV From Round 3 Of The Six Nations

    By |February 27th, 2017|Categories: British & Irish Lions, General, RBS 6 Nations|

    Paul O'Connell is back with his British & Irish Lions XV from Round 3 of the Six Nations. The former Ireland, Munster and Lions captain has once again gone with an interesting selection. Conor Murray

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    Sean O’Brien Has His Say On Italy’s Ruck Tactics Against England

    By |February 27th, 2017|Categories: General, RBS 6 Nations|

    Ireland back-row Sean O'Brien has applauded Italy for their efforts against England. The Leinster star has praised Conor O'Shea and his coaching staff for their ‘smart and clever’ tactical approach England dealt with it in the

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    World Rugby Respond To Calls To Change Laws Following England & Italy Game

    By |February 27th, 2017|Categories: General, RBS 6 Nations|

    World Rugby is considering whether to review the laws governing the breakdown in light of the tactics used by Italy against England on Sunday according to Press Association Sport. England boss Eddie Jones was furious

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    ANALYSIS: Plenty Of Subtlety, But Not Enough Impact From Jamie Heaslip In 2017

    By |February 27th, 2017|Categories: General, RBS 6 Nations|Tags: , , , |

    Written by Ronan Calvert of Munster Haka Six Nations 2009, Ireland Vs France, Jamie Heaslip scores a vital try. Rapid, powerful, talented. Heaslip epitomized Declan Kidney’s Grand Slam winning team. I think Ireland were on

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