Tag Archives: Ireland

What Lions Rugby can tell you about your Company and Management

Management/Leadership is something that a lot of companies seem to take the “set it and forget it” approach with. But times are always changing. Your business is changing, your clients are changing, and the way you communicate with one another is changing too. With that in mind, it only makes sense that your managers should […]


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The British and Irish Lions player selections that raised eyebrows and why Gatland went for them

The reasons why the Lions head honcho has plumped for the likes of Jared Payne, Ben Te’o and Ross Moriarty for rugby union’s toughest mission via Wales http://ift.tt/2oP3QOu


Some Thoughts on Today’s Lions Squad

11 Irish Lions Rory Best, Sean O’Brien, Johnny Sexton and Conor Murray are all set for their second British & Irish Lions Tour, as Ireland enjoyed an excellent return of 11 tourists in this year’s 41 man squad. Five from Leinster and three apiece from both Munster and Ulster, there will be a healthy green […]


Lions stars told to prepare for movie nights and choir practice as Warren Gatland hatches a very different plan

Gatland will have a rather unusual way of preparing the Lions squad to face New Zealand via Wales http://ift.tt/2oXJXXz


British and Irish Lions special podcast – experts from all four countries analyse Warren Gatland’s selections

The experts deliver their verdict on Warren Gatland’s Lions squad announcement via Wales http://ift.tt/2oXuNSb


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British & Irish Lions Squad – Our Picks

At the end of 2016 we had out first stab at the likely Lions squad to head to New Zealand to take on the reigning World Champions. Now the 6 Nations has finished it’s time to revisit our choices and see what changes we would make. The 6 Nations was probably one of the highest […]


Ireland spoil the England Grandslam party winning 13-9 in Dublin

Ireland have done it again. After stopping New Zealand’s winning run of 18 wins in a row, last year they have also stopped Six Nations Champion’s, England’s, winning run of 18 straight wins and stopped them winning a second grand slam in a row. Ireland beat England by 13-9. Although Eddie Jones has now tasted his first defeat, England still win the Six Nations title.

The winners and losers from Wales’ victory against Ireland as the Lions selection debate takes a new twist

We take a circumspect view of events at the Principality Stadium to decide who were Friday night’s winners and losers via Wales http://ift.tt/2mwaxFQ