Connacht came away from Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi with five well-won points as they moved to the top of Champions Cup Pool 2, ahead of their December double header opponents Wasps. Check out the match photo gallery and video highlights.
Leinster secured a valuable losing bonus point in Montpellier thanks to captain Isa Nacewa's 79th-minute converted try. Check out the match photo gallery and video highlights of the province's round 2 outing.
Ulster picked up their first win of this season's Champions Cup in nail-biting circumstances as Sean Reidy's first half try and 14 points from Paddy Jackson's boot saw them squeeze past Exeter Chiefs. Check out the match photo gallery and video highlights.
Reigning champions Old Belvedere ran out five-point winners over a determined Railway Union side in a keenly-contested Women's All-Ireland League encounter at Anglesea Road. Check out our match photo gallery.
Late drama at Kingspan Stadium tonight saw the lead change hands twice in the last five minutes as Paddy Jackson's drop goal two minutes from time cancelled out Gareth Steenson's effort to secure the slenderest of victories (19-18) for Ulster over Exeter Chiefs.
Munster opened their Champions Cup campaign with an inspirational performance and result, hammering Glasgow Warriors 38-17 on a day when they paid further tributes to their late head coach Anthony Foley. Check out our match photo gallery.
Co. Carlow FC was a hive of activity last Sunday as hundreds of boys and girls took part in the Leinster leg of the Aviva Mini Rugby Festivals. We take a look back at all the action with two bumper photo galleries and an Irish Rugby TV video round-up.
The Aviva Mini Rugby Festival season is in full swing with the latest leg taking place today at Ballina RFC in Co. Mayo. We take a comprehensive look back at last weekend's Munster event at UL Bohemian RFC, with two photo galleries and an Irish Rugby TV video round-up.
Just a day after their head coach Anthony Foley was laid to rest, Munster return to Axel's beloved Thomond Park to belatedly begin their Champions Cup campaign against early Pool 1 pacesetters Glasgow.
Pool 4 leaders Leinster will look to continue their winning start to the Champions Cup when they visit Jake White's Montpellier side, who are smarting from a late two-point defeat to Northampton Saints.
Munster director of rugby Rassie Erasmus has made one change to the team originally named to face Racing 92 for Saturday's European Champions Cup encounter with Glasgow Warriors at Thomond Park (kick-off 1pm).
Connacht begin a run of three successive away games with a trip to Parma where their GUINNESS PRO12 clash with Zebre last month was abandoned due to bad weather. The Italians were leading 22-10 at half-time.