TG4 have been serving up some superb early morning rugby coverage with all three of the Ireland Under-20s' IRB Junior World Championship pool matches shown live on the station. You can now watch full replays of those games on the TG4 Player (Ireland only).
Ireland supporters can relive every tackle made and try scored as Mike Ruddock's Under-20s made history by qualifying for the JWC semi-finals as Pool winners.
You can watch the opening 19-13 defeat to Grand Slam champions France followed by the back-to-back bonus point victories over Wales (35-21) and Fiji (38-0).
TG4 will have live coverage of both semi-finals at QBE Stadium on Sunday - England v Ireland (kick-off 5.05pm local time/6.05am Irish time) and South Africa v New Zealand (7.35pm local time/8.35am Irish time). The commentary team are Aonghus Ó hEochaidh and John Broderick.
There will be a full repeat of Ireland's clash with England at 11.50am on the Irish language channel, with highlights of both semi-finals at 7.15pm that night.
The Ireland Women's Sevens management team have selected a squad of 12 to travel to the Amsterdam 7s Invitational Tournament this weekend as they continue to develop and build the playing experience of the Irish Women's panel.
Head coach Nigel Carolan talks about the squad selection for next month's World Rugby Under-20 Championship in Manchester, while captain James Ryan is looking forward to leading the side against pool rivals Wales, New Zealand and Georgia.
Ireland Women's captain Niamh Briggs spoke about her excitement for the Women's Rugby World Cup as the official tournament logo was unveiled in UCD today. She is also looking forward to facing England, Canada and New Zealand in November this year as part of the build-up to #WRWC2017.
Ireland Women's Sevens captain Lucy Mulhall is in Langford this week for the Canada leg of the HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens Series. Following Ireland's Bowl win in Atlanta, Lucy previews our prospects this weekend.
Ireland Women's Sevens captain Lucy Mulhall speaks about the build-up to the HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens tournament in Atlanta, Georgia. The girls in green begin the pool stages against France at 12.52pm local time/5.52pm Irish time today.
IRFU High Performance Manager Colin McEntee reflects on the Easter matches played by the Ireland Under-18 and Under-19 teams, which ended last weekend with wins over the England Counties U-18s and France U-19s.
Watch highlights of the Ireland Under-18s' seven-try 43-0 victory over Scotland during the inaugural U-18 Five Nations Festival in Caerphilly, Wales. Number 8 and captain Caelan Doris scored a hat-trick of tries and winger Daniel Hurley bagged a brace.
Railway Union's Kim Flood made her debut at full-back for the Ireland Women in last weekend's 14-3 Six Nations win over Italy. She is looking forward to experiencing the partisan crowd at Donnybrook again this Sunday when Scotland are the visitors. Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.ie.
Ireland scrum coach Greg Feek spoke to Irish Rugby TV on the eve of the final round of the RBS 6 Nations Championship. He is happy that the team are focused but warns that it will be a tough encounter with Scotland tomorrow.
Looking forward to the lineout battle with Scotland, Ireland lock Devin Toner said: "We went well again Italy, I think our set piece went well. If we can just build on that and build on the positives then I think we'll be okay."