# heineken-cup - Monday 24 February, 2014
The Saracens number eight’s new focus will be regaining fitness in time to face Ulster in the Heineken Cup.
# heineken-cup - Wednesday 19 February, 2014
The Munster CEO also warned that the Foley history in Munster will have little bearing if the next head coach cannot deliver.
The announcement of the former number eight to his ‘dream job’ was no surprise today, but there could be a few waiting down the road.
# heineken-cup - Wednesday 12 February, 2014
Suddenly, the future looks just a little bit brighter for the Heineken Cup.
# heineken-cup - Friday 7 February, 2014
The New Zealander arrived in Ireland with some radical ideas about changing the province’s playing style.
# heineken-cup - Thursday 6 February, 2014
A statement was released last night with officials set to reconvene on 19 February.
# heineken-cup - Tuesday 4 February, 2014
The ERC have yet to approach the GAA about possibly using the venue.
# heineken-cup - Saturday 1 February, 2014
The Irish scrum-half feels a home win over Clermont in two weeks’ time will put his team in the driving seat for a top six finish.
# heineken-cup - Monday 27 January, 2014
Munster have been handed another early kick-off, while Leinster meet Toulon on the Sunday afternoon.
# heineken-cup - Sunday 26 January, 2014
In the end, the Heineken Cup champions got Ben Mowen and Leigh Halfpenny. Handy consolation prizes.
# heineken-cup - Wednesday 22 January, 2014
We’ve examined the Leinster winger’s performances in the Heineken Cup so far this season.
# heineken-cup - Tuesday 21 January, 2014
The Connacht prop smashed the second row during his province’s heavy defeat to Saracens on Saturday.
Hooker Niall Annett tells TheScore.ie that 16 senior players are all chasing their coaching qualifications.
Toulouse fullback Clément Poitrenaud thinks the Heineken Cup quarter final has the potential to become a ‘nightmare’.
# heineken-cup - Monday 20 January, 2014
Meanwhile, Edinburgh’s Cornell du Preez will also appear before a judicial officer after his yellow card against Munster.
Former Munster forward David Wallace believes GAA headquarters would be perfectly suited for the potential cup tie.
Here are some of the more interesting figures after three of the Irish sides enjoyed wins in Europe.
We’ve taken a detailed look at what made the difference for Mark Anscombe’s men at Welford Road.
We bet you can’t.
The Ireland captain says he has enjoyed ‘playing under’ Peter O’Mahony.
We have selected the best team from the four Irish provinces and the smattering of Irishmen playing abroad.
‘I cannot see the tills ringing to see us play Zebre for the fourth time in a season,” said Dragons chief Gareth Davies.
Midi Olympique is claiming, however, that Leigh Halfpenny has signed up with the European champions.
The Munster coach says many of his players feel they deserve a better ‘crack’ with Joe Schmidt.
Former Ulster fullback Adam D’Arcy gives us his take on the rise of the Belfast Boys.
# heineken-cup - Sunday 19 January, 2014
Matt O’Connor believes his team has the capabilities needed to win their fourth Heineken Cup.
In this form, Toulouse had better bring their A game.
Munster will face Toulouse at home while Saracens will visit Ravenhill to meet Ulster.
Six tries were scored against an Edinburgh team that were simply overpowered.
Rob Penney’s men ran in six tries to dismiss the feeble Scottish challenge in Limerick.
Chris Henry is a tackling beast, Ruan Pienaar proves his class and Rory Best has some boot on him.
We went minute-by-minute from Thomond Park as Munster aimed to nestle into a snug home quarter-final place.
The westerners have three players in the extended Ireland squad.
The Ulster boss is taking nothing for granted after six wins from six in the Heineken Cup pool stages.
The Leinster tighthead prop has been increasingly impressive for his province this season.
The South African scrum-half was at the centre of everything good Ulster achieved in a vital win against Leicester.
Rob Penney’s side have their destiny firmly in their own hands against Edinburgh this afternoon.
The fullback has taken a step down from competing in Heineken Cup finals to battling away in the English Championship.
# heineken-cup - Saturday 18 January, 2014
Mark Anscombe’s men finish the pool stages as Europe’s top team. The hard work starts now.
The South African collected all 22 points for the province as they topped their group.
The Wexford native was on the losing side for Cardiff, but still managed to impress.