Drawing to a close what has been a historic year for Irish Rugby, CJ Stander has been named the Guinness Rugby Writers of Ireland Player of the Year at the annual Guinness Rugby Writers of Ireland Awards hosted in the Guinness Storehouse tonight.
Ireland became the first team since England in 2003 to defeat the southern Hemisphere's 'big three' in the same calendar year with a hard-fought 27-24 victory over Australia. Check out our photo gallery from another memorable GUINNESS Series clash.
Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt praised the squad's 'immense character' following the 27-24 GUINNESS Series success against Australia. Meanwhile, captain Rory Best reflects on 'an emotional day' as he made his 100th appearance for his country.
A series of injuries threatened to derail Ireland's bid for a final GUINNESS Series win, but Keith Earls' 65th-minute try proved to be the decisive score in a compelling contest with Australia at the Aviva Stadium.
Irish Rugby TV brings you a behind the scenes look at Ireland's final GUINNESS Series game against Australia. Joe Schmidt's men marked captain Rory Best's 100th cap with a superb 27-24 victory over the Wallabies.
Australia stand between Ireland and a first ever clean sweep of the southern Hemisphere's 'big three' in the same calendar year. Michael Cheika's Wallabies are in town on the occasion of Ireland captain Rory Best's 100th appearance for his country.
The Ireland finished out their training week earlier today with the Captain's Run at the Aviva Stadium where they will take on Australia in tomorrow's final GUINNESS Series encounter. Check out some photos from the session.
Saturday's GUINNESS Series clash with Australia marks Michael Kearney's last game as Ireland team manager. We spoke to him about five memorable years in the role. Watch out for a couple of special cameos!
Ireland's preparations for their final GUINNESS Series Test against Australia continued today with a training session and the team announcement at Carton House. Check out some photos of Joe Schmidt's men in action.
A number of regulars return to the Australia team for Saturday's GUINNESS Series showdown with Ireland at the Aviva Stadium (kick-off 5.30pm), after being mostly rested for last week's 25-23 win over France in Paris.
In episode 3 of 'Inside Pass', Louise Galvin takes a look back at the action from the weekend that saw Ireland take on New Zealand in the GUINNESS Series and the Ireland Women host Canada at the UCD Bowl.
Ireland team manager Michael Kearney has confirmed that Jonathan Sexton (hamstring) and Robbie Henshaw (concussion) will play no part in next Saturday's GUINNESS Series finale against Australia at the Aviva Stadium (kick-off 5.30pm).