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DUBLIN (Reuters) - Leinster second row Devin Toner will start in place of Iain Henderson in the Irish second row for Sunday's Six Nations game against England after the Ulster lock was ruled out for family reasons, the Irish Rugby Football Union said.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona have signed Denmark striker Martin Braithwaite from fellow La Liga side Leganes for 18 million euros (15.05 million pounds) after receiving permission from the league's organising body to acquire a player outside the transfer window.
(Reuters) - Scotland have made three changes to their team for Saturday's Six Nations clash in Italy as they look for their first win of the tournament, coach Gregor Townsend said on Wednesday.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - A vist by U2 singer Bono to Ireland's training camp was the only major adjustment to coach Andy Farrell's preparations as he named an unchanged starting line-up for Sunday's Six Nations trip to face England at Twickenham.
(Reuters) - Wales prop Wyn Jones expects France to "cheat" in the scrum when the teams meet at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff in the Six Nations on Saturday.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland coach Andy Farrell says there is still room for improvement following back-to-back wins at the start of the Six Nations and with a crunch clash against England at Twickenham later this month.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland fullback Jordan Larmour scored a fine solo try as they claimed a deserved 24-14 bonus-point victory over defending champions Wales in a bruising Six Nations encounter at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday.
ZURICH (Bloomberg) -- Credit Suisse Group AG said Chief Executive Officer Tidjane Thiam is resigning, a stunning reversal for the executive who was backed by key shareholders after a damaging spying scandal.
(Reuters) - Ireland coach Andy Farrell has made two changes to the starting lineup for their second Six Nations game against champions Wales on Saturday, with Robbie Henshaw and Peter O'Mahony being named as injury replacements.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - New coach Andy Farrell saw glimpses of the kind of attacking play he wants his Ireland side to adopt but it was their customary grit that pleased him most in Saturday's 19-12 Six Nations victory over Scotland.