# six-nations - Yesterday’s News
The Leinster back row got through 50 minutes of impressive action on his return from injury.
Picking out individuals was no easty task, but these men may have increased their Six Nations chances.
We’ve rounded up the best photos from the open session in Dublin.
Ireland’s powerful openside is patiently following the road to recovery, so probably won’t be travelling to Rome for the Six Nations opener.
A number of positions remain unclear for the trip to Rome in two weekends.
The back row’s Leinster teammates came up with an unkind nickname during the early stages of his injury.
# six-nations - Thursday 29 January, 2015
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Also, Ireland’s Glenn Whelan signs a new contract and Man United threaten season ticket holders with bans.
The Munster man wears 13 for the Wolfhounds in tomorrow evening’s clash with the England Saxons.
The competition’s chief has said he would considering allowing satellite channels to bid for it from 2018.
From the Rock to Rob Kearney, Ferriss to Phelps. The Ireland number eight chews through any insight that can help his game.
Ireland management insist players can put their hands up to face Italy in tomorrow night’s clash with the Saxons.
The second row was also issued a citing warning over an incident in the win over Sale.
RTÉ and the BBC’s current rights deals conclude after the 2017 tournament.
The team-sheets will be unveiled today for the ‘A’ international in Cork.
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The Ireland captain says he doesn’t want to have any regrets when he makes a decision about retirement.
Meanwhile, the Ireland head coach is pleased with Luke Fitzgerald’s recent form.
# six-nations - Wednesday 28 January, 2015
The Kiwi head coach prefers to focus on elements that are ‘tangibly going to add value to what your performance is.’
The Munster fullback has endured a rough time with injuries in his career, but it’s ancient history as far as he’s concerned.
There was positive news on Conor Murray too, with the Ireland coach ‘quietly confident’ the scrum-half will play against Italy.
The countdown is on to February 7th.
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The Ulster forward made his presence felt on his return from injury on Saturday.
# six-nations - Tuesday 27 January, 2015
The Leinster back could be given a chance to impress at number 10 for the Wolfhounds this Friday.
The Waterford native was an obvious choice given her experience at the highest level.
Joe Schmidt is not the only coach with worrying injury problems.
The Racing Metro out-half is still over a week away from resuming contact training.
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Joe Schmidt put his players through their paces earlier at Carton House.
The Munster back row is keen to add to his collection of six international caps.
# six-nations - Monday 26 January, 2015
Do you know your Ian Dowlings from your Ian Whittens?
The Ulsterman was dynamic on his return from injury against Leicester on Saturday.
Lock Dave Foley will also see a surgeon about his wrist this week.
# six-nations - Thursday 22 January, 2015
Picking 46 men gave Schmidt a lot of flexibility to include guys recovering from long-term injury.
The only two non-internationals in Schmidt’s squad are playing catch-up, but don’t rule them out of an autumn trip to England.
Jonathan Sexton is also among the extended squad, despite being ruled out of at least the opening fixture.
# six-nations - Wednesday 21 January, 2015
36-year-old Nick Easter has also been handed the chance to rebuild his international career.
Several big names in the visitors’ squad to play the Wolfhounds at Musgrave Park.
Apart from ‘Can we win it, Joe?’