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Brian O'Driscoll insists Ireland must adapt to the controversial new interpretation of the tackle law as soon as possible.

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Earls too fast for beached Wales

Ireland 27 Wales 12: No comeback this time as another yellow card leaves Gatland's men high and dry in Dublin

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Ireland coach Declan Kidney refuses to buy into talk of England's decline heading into Saturday's RBS 6 Nations clash at Twickenham.

Ireland appeal Flannery ban

Ireland have chosen to appeal the six-week suspension given to Jerry Flannery for his dangerous lunge on France winger Alexis Palisson.

Kidney hands flame to Sexton to light up World Cup route

Irish coach drops fly-half O'Gara and makes three injury-enforced changes
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