This Halloween Ireland march over the a locked down Paris to take on the resurgent French with the whiff of a title in the air. A whiff which is slightly different to the smell we had over the last 14 months. As I write this, only the irish team has been named but what are … More Ireland v France, for all the marbles.
I allowed an extra day to let the weekends results settle and to wait for the online backlash to subside a bit before reviewing the Irish exodus from Europe. Firstly, this is not the end of days like many would have you believe, losses happen in sport, it is all about what happens next after … More The Irish exit Europe, but it is not the end of days
Here we go! The biggest game of the season is hours away. The teams have been named and I haven’t been this excited to watch 30 fellas run around in shorts since…………… well that is private and for another blog Leinster welcome the scalp they want in Saracens to the Aviva this weekend and Saracens … More Leinster v Saracens, 2 teams chase 1 scalp.
The eve of the Guinness pro 14 final is upon us. Leinster take on Ulster in the culmination of a mad season. A season that delivered for the most part. 1 finalist is expected; maybe the other one is not? Coming out of lockdown and back into the season wasn’t easy for any team, and … More Ulster v Leinster: The Dog v The Machine
That was an emotional rollercoaster of a weekend for Irish rugby. Leinster v Munster had a lot of people reaching for the bottle and then Ulster v Edinburgh was so exciting it had people reaching for the Xanax. Starting in Dublin where Munster’s momentum hinged on a performance and a result against a Leinster side … More The Madigan show and a cure for insomnia