After a brilliant victory over Wales at the weekend, Shane asks if Ireland can dare to dream of 6 Nations glory.
The loss of Johnny Sexton is a major blow for Leinster. Now that Shane's recovered, he takes a look at what the move might mean for Irish rugby, and looks ahead to the 6 Nations.
Despite a good performance, Leinster are now out of the Heineken Cup and have to make do with the Amlin Cup as a consolation prize. Shane looks at last weekend's rugby.
It's time to ditch the crystal balls and get out the abacuses. Shane runs through the weekend's action as the Heineken Cup predictions begin in earnest.
Ronan O’Gara became the highest capped Munster player of the pro era on Saturday in his home town of Cork, but can he add more caps to his 234 after another lethargic Munster performance?
Things couldn’t have panned out much worse in the Heineken Cup fourth round for the provinces. Shane looks back. Well, we say 'looks', but he's actually wincing.
Rabo action returns with three of our four provinces racking up strong performances. Shane reviews, and looks forward to the 2015 Rugby World Cup... just over 1000 days away!
Shane's celebrating Ireland's fantastic performance against Argentina, but one big question remains: why aren't we this superb all the time?
A win for Ireland, but hardly an impressive one, as the weekend's rugby action saw a dire performance from Fiji at Thomond Park.
The game has changed in recent years, but Ireland’s game strategy and the thinking of our manager has not. Shane takes a look at Ireland's defeat by the Springboks.
Victories for Munster, Connacht and Ulster, but not Leinster, as they come up against their bogey team yet again. Shane looks over the weekend's rugby action.
As Ireland prepares for the rugby autumn internationals, Shane picks his starting 15 for the South Africa match, and questions whether Declan Kidney should remain in command.