Brendan O'Brien wonders if Italy are still worthy of their Six Nations spot.
Tiernan O’Halloran has been touted for selection as Ireland full-back, on the basis of his good form, but elite sides are delicate eco-systems, and changes can have knock-on effects, writes Brendan O’Brien.More
Charlie Conerley had a heck of a life.More
This probably comes across as premature given we’re still over a week out from the first round of games, but you can take it as read that, regardless of what happens between now and March 18, the worst day of the Six Nations has already come and gone as far as the six captains and coaches are concerned.More
Brendan O’Brien talks about the "challenges, strategies, and governance of sport in Ireland" and what the men in charge plan to do about them.More
Brendan O’Brien reveals how Donald Trump could affect sport in the US over the next four years.More
It must be a decade now since Dessie Farrell found space for two seats amid the organised chaos that was the Gaelic Players Association’s (GPA) old offices in Drumcondra and told this column he had no intention of staying on as chief executive beyond another few years.More
There’s a clever little post doing the rounds on Facebook the last while, writes Brendan O’BrienMore