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Blues Talk TV - Episode 270

This week, in an audio only episode, we take a look back at Leinster’s lacklustre victory over Edinburgh in the RDS, discuss the rest of the weekends results, and how the Italian teams and Cheetahs are really contributing to the league so far this season before, in part two, previewing the Aviva Stadium clash between Leinster and Munster.


Ireland V Moldova 6th October

Ireland face a big challenge this weekend meeting Moldova in the Aviva Stadium Friday night in their attempt to qualify for the World Cup in Russia 2018. 28 more words

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Dublin ~ Ireland

Instead of states, Ireland is broken up into counties.  During this trip we plan to cover Galway, Clare and Kerry County.  The country of Ireland is an island surrounded by the North Channel, St George’s Channel, Irish and Atlantic seas.  2,003 more words

Tour 2017: Red Devils end on a high note

Manchester United ended the Tour 2017 with a win against Sampdoria last night, with new signing Matic getting in the starting line-up and already looking to impose himself as a leader as he barked orders around and looked composed at the base of midfield. 197 more words


Defensive frailties on show as United beat Samp in Dublin

Manchester United manager, José Mourinho was pleased with the overall performance of his squad throughout this pre-season tour, which ended on Wednesday evening with a 2-1 victory over Serie A side, Sampdoria at the Aviva Stadium. 592 more words


Where It All Breaks Down: Farewell Francis, Munster Rucking And Is It Time For Tommy To Pass The Baton?

Last week I wrote of how Francis Saili should get the nod over Jaco Taute for the Pro12 final because of his attacking qualities. Despite concerns about the New Zealander’s defence, I felt that regardless of selection, this electric Scarlets side would score tries and therefore scoring tries of our own had to be prioritised. 912 more words

Analysis: Sterner Test Awaits As Scarlets Size Up Munster

A HOME PRO 12 semi-final defeat of the Ospreys was largely expected. Munster have been exceptional this season and coming into the weekend no side had ever lost a semi on their own turf. 835 more words