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Jan 6, 2002:  Alex King kicked Wasps to a narrow 36-32 victory over Ulster which put a dent in the Irish side's Heineken Cup dreams in pool two at Loftus Road on Sunday
Jan 6, 2002:  Former Ireland coach Warren Gatland has accepted an offer from Zurich Premiership side London Wasps to become their defensive coach
Jan 6, 2002:  Garryowen retained their second position in Division One of the AIB League as a result of the 28-16 victory over Blackrock College at Dooradoyle
Jan 6, 2002:  Leinster coach Matt Williams has hit back at claims that the provincial side pressurised the referee into postponing today's Heineken Cup clash at Newcastle
Jan 6, 2002:  Newcastle's Heineken Cup clash with Leinster has been called off for the second time in 24 hours
Jan 5, 2002:  Castres chalked up a 37-26 victory over Bridgend and in doing so set-up a crucial showdown with Munster in their final pool game next weekend
Jan 5, 2002:  Harlequins director of rugby John Kingston was full of praise for Munster after watching them crush his side 51-17 in the Heineken Cup
Jan 5, 2002:  Munster booked their place in the Heineken Cup quarter-finals for the fourth consecutive season with an emphatic 51-17 victory over Harlequins at Thomond Park
Jan 5, 2002:  Ulster coach Alan Solomons believes his forwards will hold the key when they travel to Wasps in the Heineken Cup on Sunday
Jan 5, 2002:  Saturday afternoon's scheduled Heineken Cup Pool 6 match between Newcastle Falcons and Leinster has been postponed because of a partially frozen Kingston Park pitch
Jan 4, 2002:  Harlequins' Irish international fly-half Paul Burke believes he has plenty to prove when the Zurich Premiership strugglers visit Munster on Saturday
Jan 3, 2002:  The qualification criteria for this season's Heineken Cup quarter-finals is detailed below
Jan 3, 2002:  Heineken Cup Round 5 Preview - game by game (all kick offs are local time) POOL 1 4 January - Perpignan v Llanelli Stade Aimé Giral Kick-off: 8.05 pm Referee: Dave McHugh (Ireland) TV: Live on BBC Wales Round 2 result: Llanelli 20 Perpignan 6 A must
Jan 3, 2002:  Eddie O'Sullivan will travel to France next month for an invaluable Heineken Cup "double-header" that could go a long way to setting the Irish selection agenda for the looming 2002 Six Nations Championship
Jan 3, 2002:  There are fears amongst European Cup and Shield organisers that the freezing weather could cause chaos to this weekend's fixtures
Jan 2, 2002:  Neath and Bristol Shoguns will clash in a good old-fashioned Anglo-Welsh showdown at The Gnoll on 5 January, 2002 - except this time a prestigious PARKER PEN SHIELD quarter-final place will be on the line
Jan 2, 2002:  Ireland and Munster scrum-half Peter Stringer is a doubt for the start of the Lloyds TSB Six Nations Championship
Dec 31, 2001:  Ireland have confirmed that rugby league coach Mike Ford has agreed to join the team headed by new coach Eddie O'Sullivan as defensive coach
Dec 30, 2001:  Ireland look poised to complete a deal to make Oldham rugby league coach Mike Ford the latest recruit into their coaching set-up
Dec 29, 2001:  The most famous day in Ireland's rugby history is set to be re-played every day for the next six weeks in the heart of London's theatre district
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