Home Tag Archives: irish rugby

Tag Archives: irish rugby

‘Sleepless Demons’ – Johnny Sexton Opens Up On Difficulties Coping With Missed Kicks [Exclusive]

In the midst of Ireland’s Grand Slam winning Six Nations campaign, Johnny Sexton sat down to discuss the habits and mindset of an elite athlete on the FFS podcast in partnership with Pundit Arena. After Ireland emphatically claimed what was just the third Grand Slam in the nation’s history last weekend, one would forgive Johnny Sexton for giving himself an old-fashioned …

Read More »

Joe Schmidt Makes Two Changes As Ireland Team Named For Scotland

Joe Schmidt has named his Ireland team to take on Scotland in Saturday’s crucial Six Nations clash with Scotland at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.  In total, Schmidt makes two changes to the starting XV which secured a dramatic victory over Wales last time out and the Ireland head coach will be hoping that this side can get the better …

Read More »

‘If You’re Unhappy Doing Something, Why Are You Doing It?’ – An Insight Into The Marvellous Mind Of James Lowe

On a bitterly cold February morning, James Lowe enters a popular cafe on Dublin’s southside. He spots me from across the room with a typically big smile and the 25-year-old affable Kiwi plants himself on the seat opposite mine and orders a coffee. The former Chiefs star has been on the receiving end of many plaudits lately for his try-scoring exploits …

Read More »