JACK ANDERSON: Sex is not a sport

For some, the very fact that Irish professional players may need dedicated programmes on respectful relationships, the meaning of consent, etc, will be seen to reflect badly on Irish sport, writes Jack Anderson

Ulster's Stuart Olding, left, and Paddy Jackson. Picture: Darren Kidd

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