Showcased on Ireland's tour to South Africa and officially launched today by Robbie Henshaw, the new Irish Rugby jersey is the most innovative and technically advanced rugby jersey ever worn by an Irish rugby team.
The IRFU are inviting applications for the position of Head of Coach Development. Reporting to the Director of Rugby Development, this is a new role within the IRFU's Rugby Department, working to implement the Union's national strategy for development.
Stephen R Hilditch, an Honorary Life member of Grosvenor RFC, Belfast was enrolled as the 129th President of the Irish Rugby Football Union at today's annual Council meeting, held at the Aviva Stadium.
Philip Browne, Chief Executive of the Irish Rugby Football Union, has warned that the IRFU can no longer be the 'lender of last resort' for the professional game as the governing body does not have the capacity to absorb ever increasing player wage inflation.
In a boost for the profile of a range of World Rugby tournaments, Eir Sport has been named as rights-holding broadcaster in the Republic of Ireland for Rugby World Cup 2019, Women's Rugby World Cup 2017 and other key events.
The Ireland Men's Sevens team had a comfortable passage through to the Cup quarter-finals at the Rugby Europe Trophy tournament in Prague today, chalking up wins over Monaco, Cyprus and Israel along the way.
With pre-season now underway, seven new recruits have so far been added to the Greencore Munster Rugby Academy for the 2016/17 season. Ireland Under-20 players Shane Daly, Vincent O'Brien and Sean O'Connor are included in the new intake.
A look back on a great weekend of Sevens rugby at UCD where fans from around the world came together to support their teams. Spain claimed the final place at Rio 2016 and Ireland retained their place on the HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens Series.
The Ireland Women finished third in the World Rugby Women's Sevens Olympic Repechage tournament at UCD last weekend, retaining their place as a World Series core team in the process. Check out our bumper photo gallery from both days.
A first ever win over the Springboks in South Africa, four new caps, and all 32 players getting game-time. From Cape Town to Johannesburg to Port Elizabeth, it was a tour to remember for Joe Schmidt's men, despite a frustrating finish and a 2-1 series loss.
The Ireland Under-20 squad can look back on their campaign in Manchester with huge pride, having achieved a best ever finish of second at a World Rugby U-20 Championship and become the first Irish national men's team to beat a New Zealand side. Number 8 Max Deegan was also crowned the Player of the Tournament and four forwards - Andrew Porter, Adam McBurney, James Ryan and Deegan - were picked for the Championship's Dream Team.
The Ireland Women went from the disappointment of missing out on Olympic qualification to the joy of securing their World Series status for next season, as the World Rugby Olympic Sevens Repechage came to a thrilling close at UCD.