Irish Rugby TV went behind the scenes at the launch of the RBS 6 Nations in the Hurlingham Club in London. It was a case of 'lights, camera, action' as Joe Schmidt and Paul O'Connell spoke to the assembled media to preview rugby's greatest Championship.
Ulster youngster Iain Henderson talks about his return from injury after seven months on the sidelines. He will play for Ireland Wolfhounds on Friday, as competition increases for Six Nations selection.
The 2015 RBS 6 Nations Men's and Women's tournaments were launched in London earlier today, with the Irish contingent of Joe Schmidt, Paul O'Connell, Niamh Briggs and Tom Tierney in attendance. Check out some photos from the event.
Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt speaks about player injuries ahead of the start of the RBS 6 Nations, his side's title defence, the challenge of facing Italy away first up and mentions some of the players who might feature for the Ireland Wolfhounds on Friday.
Newly-appointed Ireland Women's captain Niamh Briggs chats to Russell Hargreaves at the launch of the RBS 6 Nations Championship. She talks about her captaincy role, the uncapped players who have come on board and the mood in camp ahead of next week's opener away to Italy.
Speaking at the 2015 RBS 6 Nations launch, Ireland captain Paul O'Connell comments on matters both provincial and national as he looks forward to leading his country for the defence of their Championship crown.
The winners of 2015 RBS 6 Nations Championship will lift a brand new trophy on March 21. Designed and crafted by world-renowned silversmiths Thomas Lyte, this is only the second trophy since 1883 to be created for rugby's greatest Championship.
The 2015 RBS 6 Nations launched in style at the Hurlingham Club this morning, with the unveiling of a brand new trophy. Joe Schmidt and Paul O'Connell represented defending champion Ireland, with new Irish Women's head coach Tom Tierney and captain Niamh Briggs also present.
A bad run of injuries have certainly curtailed Felix Jones' opportunities at international level, from the ankle ligament injury that dashed his 2011 Rugby World Cup hopes through to ankle and shoulder injuries in more recent years.
With an enlarged squad in camp, Carton House is a hive of activity this week as the Ireland coaches and players prepare for the upcoming Wolfhounds and Six Nations matches. Check out some photos from today's pitch session.