A Irish rugby fly half, Ronan O'Gara has starred for Munster and the Irish national team. O'Gara earned the record for highest points scorer in the history of the European Rugby Cup, totalling over 800 points. He is Ireland's all-time points leader as well as also one of the highest scorers in all International play. O'Gara was instrumental in Munster's victory in the 2006 Heineken Cup.
Ireland strong favourites but Scotland have recent record on their side
? Brian O'Driscoll to break Ronan O'Gara's cap record ? Chris Henry replaces injured Sean O'Brien in Ireland team Statistically the Ireland game in the Six Nations must not look too attractive to Scotland, with only three wins to their credit. Juggle the figures a bit though and two of those three positive experiences have come in the past four meetings. Better still, if you factor in a warm-up ...Irish rugby star and wife welcome fifth child
Former Irish rugby star Ronan O'Gara and his wife Jessica welcomed a baby boy into the world last night (April 9).Toulouse still set the gold standards
Irish attitudes towards French opposition in Europe have changed markedly, but a healthy respect remains for Guy Noves? Toulouse, writes Ronan O'Gara.Potent Thomond cocktail can leave French reeling
Memo to Munster fans: get into Thomond Park a good 45 minutes before tomorrow?s Heineken Cup quarter-final.Clermont & Toulon can deny Sarries & Munster - Guscott
Clermont's class and Toulon's power will prevail against Saracens and Munster respectively in the Heineken Cup semi-finals, says Jeremy GuscottKeatley reflects on career choices
Ian Keatley is only 27, but playing for his third Irish province is set for the biggest game of his career when Munster face Toulon.How to win the Heineken Cup: a smart fly-half is a good place to start | Dean Ryan
Many other factors come into the equation, but a quick-thinking No10 is vital to emerging victorious against Europe's elite If this is to be the last Heineken Cup, as seems probable, it's worth looking back, at least over the past decade to discover what it takes to be European champions. The answer? I know it's broader than this, but it seems to be a dominant fly-half. Get yourself a good No10 ...Munster v Gloucester stirs up painful memories of a Heineken Cup classic | Dean Ryan
Old Thomond Park was as intimidating a ground as you would wish to find and it was there 10 years ago the Kingsholm club famously came unstuck If this is to be the Heineken's final bow, then the old lady is going out in style. Week one was compelling from its Ulster start to the final bows at Exeter and Toulon. And this weekend ?? Saracens v Toulouse at Wembley on Friday night, Ospreys at ...The Joy of Six: nearly men and women | Jacob Steinberg and Ian McCourt
Missed finals, unfortunate timing and unfulfilled promise ? the sportsmen and women who could have been so much more 1) Michael Ballack There is a great photograph of a distressed Michael Ballack during the penalty shoot-out in the Champions League final in 2008. Taken just after John Terry had squandered the chance to win it for Chelsea, Ballack is caught slumping to the floor, his legs turning ...Picture: Brian O'Driscoll had some pretty interesting post today
Brian O'Driscoll may have made his first tentative foray into the world of coaching, thanks in no small part to an enthusiastic fan?s kicking expertise.
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O'Gara was born in the United States, in San Diego.
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