Home Tag Archives: Ronan O’ Gara

Tag Archives: Ronan O’ Gara

Ireland’s Five Most Important Players Ahead Of The November Series

Scotland v Ireland - RBS Six Nations

Irish rugby seems to be going through a smooth transition. A number of years ago Irish rugby fans were horrified at the prospect of Paul O’Connell, Brian O’Driscoll, Ronan O’Gara and Gordon D’Arcy all retiring in quick succession. When you also consider that age and persistent injuries seemed to be catching up with the likes of Rory Best, Mike Ross, …

Read More »

Ronan O’Gara Says He ‘Would Take Up A Job’ At Leinster

Speaking on Newstalk’s Off The Ball in the Cork Opera House last night, Ronan O’Gara spoke openly to members of the audience and the hosts about a plethora of rugby issues.  One subject in particular on Wednesday night’s show has started tongues wagging across Leinster and Munster, however. ‘ROG’ revealed that he would be open to taking up a position at …

Read More »

Ireland Vs Australia – Top Five Irish Performances

With Ireland taking on Australia this Saturday at the Aviva Stadium, Brian Barry selects his top five Irish performances against the Australians.  5. 1991 World Cup – Ireland 18-19 Australia It may ultimately have been a loss which left a true sense of ‘what might have been’, but the old Lansdowne Road witnessed one of its great moments on 20th October, …

Read More »

Focus Friday – Munster’s Ian Keatley

In this week’s Focus Friday, Jonathan Fitzpatrick takes a look at Munster out half Ian Keatley’s career up to this point and what he can offer Munster in the future.  After last weekend’s heroics, it’s difficult not to place Ian Keatley under the limelight in this week’s Focus Friday. The Munster out half pulled off a sensational drop goal last weekend …

Read More »

The Irish Six Nations campaign thus far

Dave Gantly, the newest member of the ‘Sport Is Everything’ team, dissects the Irish Six Nations campaign thus far and addresses the Declan Kidney ‘situation’: What a difference a few weeks can make. Coming in to the first round of the Championship, Ireland were quietly confident they could beat a Welsh team low on confidence in their own backyard. At the Millennium …

Read More »

The junkies in the stands call for Kidney’s head

When the Irish Six Nations campaign kicked off in Cardiff at the start of February, a nervous sense of excitement was in the air. After a promising November series, the Irish supporters had cause for optimism. A narrow loss against South Africa, was followed by two convincing wins over Fiji and Argentina. When the curtain came down on a relatively …

Read More »