# six-nations - Today’s News
We’ve detailed every single action by Irish players at the rucks and breakdown last weekend.
“Joe does not stop you from backing yourself,” says the star scrum-half.
# six-nations - Yesterday’s News
Ireland’s play-making number nine is almost completely satisfied with a job well done against England and is ready to get back to work tomorrow.
Papé appealed punishment following France’s Six Nations defeat in Dublin last month.
Oh and Johnny Sexton is the ‘most dangerous man in Europe.’
Exiting, discipline, the halfbacks, and a solid set-piece were building blocks for an impressive win.
# six-nations - Monday 2 March, 2015
The opposition’s journalists were impressed by what they saw from the home side yesterday.
Joe Schmidt’s men have moved above the English thanks to their commanding victory.
The presenter quickly corrected himself, but the damage was already done.
There was an odd incident in the 22nd minute of play yesterday in Dublin.
C’mon. Admit it. How many do you remember?
The team captain suffered a contusion to his knee during his country’s defeat of France at the weekend.
Head coach Philippe Saint-André is coming under heavy criticism after the defeat to Wales.
Both concussed players have begun their return-to-play protocols.
We’ve picked apart the build-up to the Connacht man’s wonderful score against England.
Most of them were Welsh.
From Alsace to Bordeaux, there's a wine to appeal to every taste.
Six of England’s starting XV yesterday had fewer than 10 international caps.
Joe Schmidt’s men were in imperious form against England as they extended their winning run to 10 games.
The 24-year-old was superb in the victory over England in Dublin yesterday.
Ireland will gather for a short training camp in Belfast this week as Warren Gatland’s side come into focus.
# six-nations - Sunday 1 March, 2015
The Munster wing’s hard work made him a stand-out performer against England.
Ireland will finish off this year’s Championship on the road and the captain still hasn’t decided whether he will play beyond the World Cup.
‘Control is fickle’, says the Ireland coach after his team took over at the top of the Six Nations Championship.
Ireland play Wales in two weeks time and already opinions are flying around.
Fake it til you make it…
Two of Ireland’s most important players went off injured during the big win over England.
There’s much talk of chariots losing their wheels on social media this evening.
What a way to score your first international try.
Grand Slam hopes remain on track after a third consecutive win in this year’s Six Nations.
The Ireland flanker was taken off with a suspected concussion in the first half.
After a two-week build-up the big day has finally arrived.
The World Cup-winning boss is firmly backing his team.
The former out-half spoke to us about injuries, THAT drop goal and whether he should have left Newcastle sooner.
We caught up with the Ireland fullback ahead of this evening’s crucial Six Nations clash with England.
Only England coming to town can inspire such heated debate.
‘I don’t say the exact same thing to the visiting captain as I say to Paul O’Connell’ – President Higgins on those pre-game line-ups Exclusive
The President on the importance of sport in the life of a country.
# six-nations - Saturday 28 February, 2015
The second-row was involved in last season’s 13-10 defeat to England.
Between missed kicks and squandered overlaps, the French left a lot of points out there.
It wasn’t pretty but the players savoured every second of the victory.
The visitors struck at the death to earn their first Six Nations away win since 2007.