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Rory Best admitted the British and Irish Lions let their standards drop in the 14-12 defeat to the Brumbies.
Rory Best says he is living the dream after arriving in Hong Kong to join up with the rest of the British and Irish Lions squad.
Sean O'Brien is set to return for Ireland's final Six Nations clash with England on Saturday despite spending last week in hospital.
Hooker Rory Best admits it will be a "great honour" to captain Ireland in Saturday's RBS Six Nations clash with Scotland.
Rory Best has urged his Ireland team-mates to rewrite the history books with a long-awaited victory on French soil.
Rory Best has called on his team-mates to maintain the level of performance shown against Australia throughout the World Cup.
Rory Best insists that Ireland have a squad capable of winning the RBS Six Nations, but expects a closely-fought competition.
Hooker Rory Best has confessed Ireland are sore from the disappointing conclusion to their RBS Six Nations campaign.
Rory Best and Marcus Horan have been named in the Ireland squad for the RBS Six Nations having recently returned to fitness.
Ireland hooker Rory Best believes head coach Declan Kidney has transformed the nation's fortunes since taking charge.
Rory Best looks set to make Ireland's RBS Six Nations opener against Italy despite an ankle injury.
Ireland hooker Rory Best is thrilled at being handed a start against French club side Bayonne.
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We spoke to England captain Chris Robshaw as he reflected on the autumn internationals, looked ahead to next year's tour of New Zealand and also the long-term build-up to the 2015 World Cup.
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