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.
Last week Ireland's 2023 bid to host the Rugby World Cup was showcased as part of a two-day visit from World Rugby. GAA stars Bernard Brogan and Henry Shefflin were in Croke Park to showcase Europe's third largest stadium.
The World Rugby Technical Review Group visited Dublin for two days last week as part of the ongoing assessment of the #Ireland2023 bid to host the Rugby World Cup. Take a look back over the visit as excitement for Ireland's bid builds.
Four of our stadiums through the eyes of four Irish sporting legends. O'Driscoll on Aviva Stadium, Brogan on Croke Park, Matthews on Kingspan Stadium and O'Connell on Thomond Park. The world is invited #Ireland2023.
Irish Rugby TV caught up with flanker Sean O'Brien to get his reaction following Ireland's hard-earned 13-9 victory over RBS 6 Nations champions England. He singled out man-of-the-match Peter O'Mahony for special praise.
Peter O'Mahony reflects on what went wrong for Ireland in Cardiff and tells Irish Rugby TV that he is focusing on the squad and their work this week ahead of the final Six Nations game against England.
The Ireland squad paid a visit to Monaghan last week and held an open training session in Monaghan RFC. We spoke to Andrew Trimble after the session which was attended by over 2,000 cheering supporters.
Keith Earls notched up two tries against Italy on Saturday - he has now scored five in his last four matches for Ireland. We spoke to him pitchside immediately after Ireland's 63-10 RBS 6 Nations victory.
Winger Eimear Considine, who won her first cap, and number 8 and captain Paula Fitzpatrick look forward to the second round of the Women's Six Nations and Ireland's clash with Italy in L'Aquila on Sunday (kick-off 1pm local time/12pm Irish time).