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Tributes have been pouring in from all corners of the world for Nelson Mandela and the All Blacks paid their respects for the South African with a touching message.
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The sport was divisive in South Africa but the 1995 World Cup, and Mandela’s actions, began a change that is reflected brilliantly here.
Brian O’Driscoll has recovered from concussion to take his place in the Leinster team to face Northampton in one of a number of cracking Heineken Cup ties this weekend.
And he’s not miming this time, he’s singing. For realsies. Remember where you saw it first!
Representatives of the 12 Aviva Premiership clubs and from Leeds and Bristol will meet today to discuss the future of English teams in European competition from next season onwards.
Darren Cave has certainly been honest with some comments about the Ireland squad, but we’re not sure how well they’ll go down, particularly with Jamie Heaslip.
We never thought we’d say this, but our favourite charity calendar so far this year features a team of naked rugby players. (NSFW-ish)
Leinster are holding a special competition to bring a fan home from abroad for the Northampton game next weekend, but everyone else might as well give up now ‘cos this guy’s gonna win.
No offence to Sean O’Brien, he had this one coming.
Ulster have been dealt a setback with the news that Tommy Bowe has been ruled out for up to six weeks with a groin muscle tear.
There won’t be many complaints with the selection of Kieran Read as the IRB Player of the Year and this sublime pass against Argentina was one of his finest moments of 2013.
Perpignan will be without several key players ahead of their crucial double header with Munster in the Heineken Cup.
Racing Metro owner Jack Lorenzetti confirmed today that the club have signed the Welsh scrum-half and he could turn out for his new team as early as this weekend.
Frank O’Driscoll, a GP, is concerned about the impact of concussions on his son.
14 points from Paddy Jackson and a try from Darren Cave helped Ulster to an away victory in Zebre today and the five-pointer was a thing of beauty.
Fla says that yes it was heartbreaking on Sunday, but the team are moving in the right direction.
The Connacht squad were being put through their paces today at Murrayfield in advance of their RaboDirect PRO12 game tomorrow evening and the setting couldn’t have been more photo friendly.
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