England stun Ireland in Dublin

England made a brilliant start to their 2019 Six Nations campaign courtesy of a 32-20 bonus-point win over defending champions Ireland in Dublin on Saturday. As expected, this was a spellbinding and uncompromising encounter characterised by great physicality from both sides. The collisions were brutal but, in the end, England got the rub of the green and

Result: Australia 21 v 26 Ireland (16-06-18)

Follow @RedefinedRugby Ireland returned to winning ways when they beat Australia 26-21 in Melbourne on Saturday to level the three-Test series at 1-1. The Six Nations champions dominated for large periods – especially during the second half – and were deserved winners even though their hosts outscored them three tries to two. It

Preview: Australia v Ireland (16-06-18)

Follow @RedefinedRugby Ireland will be looking to turn around a 1-0 deficit when they take on Australia at AAMI Park in the second Test between the sides on Saturday. Last weekend it was a case of Ireland exerting the majority of the pressure without being able to capitalise on their dominance, whereas

Result: Australia 18 v 09 Ireland (09-06-18)

Follow @RedefinedRugby The Wallabies broke Ireland’s 11-game winning streak as they overcame the Grand Slam champions 18-9 at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane on Saturday. They have now won their last two matches – against the All Blacks and Ireland (one and two in the world) – at the Queensland venue. Bernard Foley and

Preview: Australia v Ireland (09-06-18)

Follow @RedefinedRugby     Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane Local time kick off 20:00 NZ Kick Off - 22:00, Sat 09 Jun 2018 Referee: Marius van der Westhuizen (South Africa) Assistant referees: Pascal Gaüzère (France), Paul Williams (New Zealand) TMO: Ben Skeen (New Zealand) AUS (on 85.49 points) at home -vs- IRE (on 89.11 points) RR WORLD RANKINGS Possible Outcome Rating Point Exchange New AUS Rating New IRE Rating Will AUS overtake IRE? If

6 Nations 2018 : England 15 vs 24 Ireland {17-3-18}

Follow @RedefinedRugby Ireland saved their best performance until the final round as they won the Grand Slam after comfortably defeating England 24-15 at Twickenham. Joe Schmidt’s men were excellent throughout but the first half set up the victory with Garry Ringrose, CJ Stander and Jacob Stockdale all crossing the whitewash. Elliot Daly responded