Category: Ian Keatley

Too Little, Too Late

  There were numerous disappointing aspects to Munster’s performance in Bordeaux at the weekend: they couldn’t handle Racing 92 for the first 30 minutes, they squandered several try-scoring opportunities that could have won them the game, their attacking play was one-dimensional and ineffective until Racing tired, and apart from Conor Murray and CJ Stander, their … Continue reading Too Little, Too Late

Nine Lives

  Ireland edged Fiji 23-20 on Saturday in a game that won’t have impressed their coaching ticket. There’s always a certain amount of scrappiness that goes with putting out a second-string side (especially one where five players were making their Tests debuts), but Ireland were reliant on the impact of their bench to get them … Continue reading Nine Lives