Ireland flyhalf Johnny Sexton won the 2018 World Rugby Player of the Year award at Sunday night’s ceremony in Monaco.
The home nations have outperformed South Africa and Australia for the better part of three seasons and will head into the 2019 World Cup with a psychological edge, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Ireland’s systematic dismantling of the All Blacks in Dublin affirmed their status as the standout Test side of 2018, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Ireland produced a performance of guts and gumption to claim a 16-9 win over the All Blacks in Dublin on Saturday. CRAIG LEWIS reports.
Great goals, big hits and super tries … SportsClub‘s JUANDRE JOUBERT takes a look at some great sporting events you can’t miss this coming weekend.
The market for betting in rugby is very volatile these days, writes THE MONEY MAN in his column for Independent Media.
Steve Hansen says whoever wins Saturday’s Test between the All Blacks and Ireland in Dublin should be regarded as the No 1 side in Test rugby.
Cape Town City coach Benni McCarthy has officially become one of the most highly qualified coaches in South Africa after obtaining his UEFA Pro License.
Ireland flyhalf Johnny Sexton kicked five penalties as Ireland beat the Wallabies 20-16 in Sydney, reports DYLAN JACK.
Ireland won 26-21 in Melbourne on Saturday to claim their first win against the Wallabies in Australia since 1979. SIMON BORCHARDT reports.