Archive for the ‘Connacht’ Tag

Blues Talk TV – Episode 323   Leave a comment

This week we take a look back at Ireland’s disappointing loss to Wales in Cardiff and review what was ultimately a troubled Six Nations campaign before previewing Leinster’s trip to Murrayfield to take on Edinburgh in the Guinness Pro14

 

 

 

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Blues Talk TV – Episode 322   Leave a comment

This week in Blues Talk we take a look back at Ireland’s 6 Nations win against France in the Aviva Stadium and the rest of the weekend’s action before previewing our trip to Cardiff to take on a Grand-Slam chasing Wales.

Blues Talk TV – Episode 321   Leave a comment

This week on Blues Talk we take a look back at Leinster’s bonus point victory over The Cheetahs in the Guinness Pro14, review the rest of the weekend’s rugby, preview Ireland’s Six Nations game against France in the Aviva Stadium and discuss the machinations in Wales and around the World League

 

Blues Talk TV – Episode 320   Leave a comment

This week on Blues Talk we take a look back at Leinster’s bonus point home victory over the Southern Kings in the Guinness Pro14, Ireland’s four try win in Italy in the Six Nations, and the rest of the rugby news

 

Blues Talk TV – Episode 319   Leave a comment

This week on Blues Talk we take a look back at Ireland’s victory over Scotland in Murrayfield and review the rest of the weekend’s Six Nations results before previewing Leinster’s trip to Italy to take on Zebre in Viadana.

 

 

 

 

Blues Talk TV – Episode 318   Leave a comment

This week on Blues Talk, we take a look back at Ireland’s disappointing loss to England in the Aviva Stadium in the Six Nations and review the rest of the weekend’s international action before previewing Ireland’s visit to Edinburgh to take on Scotland

 

Blues Talk TV – Episode 317   Leave a comment

This week on Blues Talk we take a look back at Leinster’s Guinness Pro14 victory over Scarlets and review the rest of the weekend’s action.  We also preview the upcoming Six Nations tournament and look forward to Ireland’s opening clash with England in the Aviva Stadium.