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Republic of Ireland to face France before World CupThe Republic of Ireland will play France at Tallaght Stadium in a send-off game before the Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
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'Victory assured' - van der Flier secures Ireland's 34-10 winWatch the moment Ireland's Josh van der Flier scores their fourth and try to secure a 34-10 victory over Wales.
Why Wales made 'the worst possible start'BBC Sport's Sam Warburton and Tommy Bowe look at the way poor defensive organisation by Wales allowed Ireland to score an early try and take control of their Six..
New Ireland stadium talks 'serious' says DeutromCricket Ireland chief executive Warren Deutrom believes the Irish Government is ready to begin discussions on a new national cricket stadium.
Signing Goodwillie was a 'misstep', say RadcliffeEnglish seventh-tier side Radcliffe release David Goodwillie and admit making a "a significant misstep" in signing the ex-Scotland striker.
Fagerson and Watson ready to return for ScotlandZander Fagerson and Hamish Watson are both available for Scotland's Six Nations meeting with Wales on Saturday.
Wednesday's Scottish GossipCeltic confident manager will not be tempted south, Rangers striker rejects move to Turkey and Aberdeen target rules himself out...
Quiz: Can you name Wales' Murrayfield try scorers?As Wales head to Scotland, can you name the 16 Welshmen who have scored Six Nations tries at Murrayfield since 2003?
Scots 'underachievers' will get stronger - WilliamsWales legend Shane Williams believes Scotland are well placed to avoid a repeat of losing to Wales after beating England in the last two Six Nations.
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