Category: Joey Carbery

Thinking Outside The Box

While Ireland’s victory over Wales in February was impressive, it must be noted that it was against a team who are undergoing a major transition (both in terms of personnel and playing philosophy) under Wayne Pivac. Their other two performances in the Six Nations were characterised by the recurring theme of an inability to build … Continue reading Thinking Outside The Box

The Way Back   At some point during the day after Ireland’s 22-17 win over Wales in the Principality Stadium last month, I suddenly remembered how people called for Schmidt’s head after Leinster lost 3 of their 4 opening Magners League fixtures of the 2010-2011 season before going on to win the Heineken Cup in fine … Continue reading The Way Back