Munster skipper Peter O'Mahony has recovered from the hamstring strain that kept him sidelined for the Italy game.
Team captain Paul O'Connell wins his 92nd cap and packs down alongside Devin Toner in the second row, behind the Six Nations' leading front row combination of Cian Healy, Rory Best and Mike Ross.
Jonathan Sexton will again lead the back-line having put his thumb strain behind him with a fine two-try performance against Italy. Conor Murray has also fully recovered from the illness that saw him leave the pitch early against the Italians. On the bench, Ulster youngster Henderson provides cover for second row with Jordi Murphy covering the back row and Rhys Ruddock dropping out of the matchday 23. Ireland Women's captain Niamh Briggs spoke about her excitement for the Women's Rugby World Cup as the official tournament logo was unveiled in UCD today.
Ireland Women's Sevens captain Lucy Mulhall is in Langford this week for the Canada leg of the HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens Series. Ireland Women's Sevens captain Lucy Mulhall speaks about the build-up to the HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens tournament in Atlanta, Georgia. IRFU High Performance Manager Colin McEntee reflects on the Easter matches played by the Ireland Under-18 and Under-19 teams, which ended last weekend with wins over the England Counties U-18s and France U-19s. Watch highlights of the Ireland Under-18s' seven-try 43-0 victory over Scotland during the inaugural U-18 Five Nations Festival in Caerphilly, Wales. Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt and captain Rory Best give their post-match views following the four-try 35-25 win over Scotland at the Aviva Stadium. Irish Rugby TV brings you a behind the scenes look at today's RBS 6 Nations match at the Aviva Stadium where Ireland recorded a 35-25 victory over Scotland. Railway Union's Kim Flood made her debut at full-back for the Ireland Women in last weekend's 14-3 Six Nations win over Italy. Ireland scrum coach Greg Feek spoke to Irish Rugby TV on the eve of the final round of the RBS 6 Nations Championship.
Looking forward to the lineout battle with Scotland, Ireland lock Devin Toner said: "We went well again Italy, I think our set piece went well. Sligo and Connacht flanker Cillian Gallagher speaks about the bonds formed within the Ireland Under-20 squad as thoughts turn to their final U-20 RBS 6 Nations game against Scotland on Friday. Number 8 Greg Jones looks back at the Ireland Under-20s' win over Italy and previews the Friday Night Lights clash with Scotland at Donnybrook.
Ireland prop Mike Ross spoke to Irish Rugby TV about the threat posed by the Scottish scrum ahead of the RBS 6 Nations clash on Saturday. Ireland centre Jared Payne spoke to Irish Rugby TV about the nine-try win over Italy, and previews the challenge that Scotland will bring to the Aviva Stadium on Saturday (kick-off 5pm).
She has done it on the Gaelic football field for Dublin and on the basketball court, now Lindsay Peat is making a name in rugby with a try on her first start for the Ireland Women against Italy.
Medical student Claire McLaughlin made her debut for the Ireland Women as a second half replacement in their 14-3 win over Italy. We all know that Ireland recently entered rugby's record books as RBS 6 Nations champions for 2014, but how exactly did they do it?

Some of the most interesting data concerns the upturn in tries scored in the 2014 Six Nations, the influence of a strong defence, scrum and lineout and some of the main reasons why Ireland ended up lifting the title. This was not only the lowest average in Six Nations history, but the lowest in the 18 years since the game went professional in 1995.
There were 61 tries scored in the 2014 Six Nations, producing an average of 4.1 tries per match - a level last reached in 2007. The tournament proved once again that tries still remain the most significant element in winning matches. In 2014, almost 75% were won by the team scoring the most tries, in three matches the try count was the same and in only one match did the team scoring the fewest number of tries win (Scotland v France).
This contrasts with Scotland and Italy who, in total, conceded four times as many tries as Ireland and England. This happened in both 2013 and 2014 where Wales headed the tables in both collapses and sanctions. This year, for example, when Wales played there were 67% more collapses than when Italy played and almost three times more scrum penalties as Ireland's matches.
In the 10 matches not involving Wales, there were 32% fewer collapses and half the number of penalties and free kicks. The Munster Crusaders host round three of the Irish Wheelchair Rugby interprovincial league this Saturday, 3rd October at Little Island Sports Complex in Cork.
Admission for the event is free and the games start at 10.30am and continue throughout the day until 4pm. There will also be 'come and try' sessions from 11am to 1pm open to all ages for anyone who would like to try out the sport. Cork Constitution claimed their 27th Bank of Ireland Munster Senior Cup title today at Thomond Park Stadium following a 14-7 win over Young Munster. The much anticipated Bank of Ireland Munster Senior Cup final between Cork Constitution and Young Munster gets underway tomorrow at Thomond Park Stadium (KO 2.30pm). Munster Rugby in conjunction with laya healthcare recently ran a 10 aside schools rugby blitz at Irish Independent Park. Ireland’s hopes of hosting the 2023 Rugby World Cup have been given a boost with Transport, Tourism and Sport Minister Leo Varadkar pledging his support.
However, the Irish hopes hinge on the GAA granting permission for its stadiums to be used for rugby. Any potential World Cup bid would involve the use of 12 stadiums, North and South of the border, and Mr.
The minister will now need a guarantee from the government worth €125 million, so as to cover any losses suffered during the potential running of the tournament. The potential World Cup bid is good news for Irish rugby fans, during what has been a difficult period in recent weeks. SportsNewsIreland is an Irish website launched in 2009 to offer sports fans in Ireland an alternative and independent source to keep them up to date with all the news from around the country. Every week we bring you live score updates from all levels of GAA, rugby, soccer, racing and athletics.

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You may contribute to the Sports News Ireland Online Community and interactive services subject to the following terms and conditions. He returns at blindside flanker in place of Iain Henderson who reverts to the replacements bench.
Rachael Ingle and Breda Farrell of Aon are delighted to be sponsors of the Ireland Women's team and to be associated with Women's Rugby World Cup 2017 coming to Ireland next year. She is also looking forward to facing England, Canada and New Zealand in November this year as part of the build-up to #WRWC2017.
Number 8 and captain Caelan Doris scored a hat-trick of tries and winger Daniel Hurley bagged a brace. She is looking forward to experiencing the partisan crowd at Donnybrook again this Sunday when Scotland are the visitors.
He is happy that the team are focused but warns that it will be a tough encounter with Scotland tomorrow.
He talks about some of their back-line threats and how much he is enjoying his current injury-free run. The IRB Game Analysis department have turned up some clues in their annual tournament review. While penalty goals can have a major impact in parts of a match, matches are most often won by the team scoring the most tries.
When included, the ratio moved to 43 to 57 indicating scrum engagement issues in Wales matches.
Of the 61 tries scored in the 2014 Six Nations, scrum possession accounted for just 10 while lineouts accounted for 28. In the Rugby Championship last year 66 tries were scored, of which just five came from scrum possession. The GAA’s Annual Congress takes place in Derry at the end of the month and there will be a vote to pass the motion.
However, newer stadiums such as Croke Park, the Aviva Stadium and Thomond Park will not require any upgrades.
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