After a massive weekend for Irish sport which saw Stephen Kenny's men draw with the world number one Belgian side, Ger Gilroy and Johnny Ward bring you Monday's OTB AM.
While Republic of Ireland fans will celebrate the 2-2 draw in the Aviva, it was heartbreak for Greg McWilliams' Irish side, who lost 27-19 in the RDS. Alan Quinlan will join the show to dissect the opening round of the TikTok Six Nations.
Former Republic of Ireland midfielder Matt Holland will reflect on the draw with an understrength Belgian side and look ahead to the friendly against Lithuania on Tuesday.
Dublin are relegated from Division 1 of the Allianz Football League! Anthony Moyles will join the lads to break down where the former six-in-a-row Dubs are headed this year.
Finally, Ger and Johnny will have all of the weekend's performances wrapped up. You do not want to miss Monday's OTB AM.
Republic of Ireland were the top performers of the weekend, but where the Dubs the worst?
Dublin are going down, Kildare are going down, Offaly are going down, Meath have stagnated and Louth are the only Leinster team going up. And yet only Dublin are in the red on Monday's Performance Rankings with Gillette Labs.
However, the Irish rugby team needs to bounce back from a grand performance against Wales in front of a record crowd at the RDS. Finally, Stephen Kenny's Ireland were the pick of the greens on OTB AM.
Ireland need to mix it up under Stephen Kenny, according to Matt Holland
Stephen Kenny is Hannibal Smith and he just loves it when a plan comes together. That is how former Republic of Ireland midfielder Matt Holland felt about Ireland's 2-2 draw with the world's best side, Belgium, on Saturday.
He looked at how Jason Knight, Chiedozie Ogbene and others played, and what he wants to see on Tuesday night against Lithuania.
Can Dublin really fix the problems they've found this year?
Dessie Farrell is not concerned about going down to Division 2, and Anthony Moyles agrees that he shouldn't be. The former Meath captain looked at the lack of form of the former unbeatable Dubs, and also ranked his top five players so far.
Ireland can bounce back from that loss to Wales. Were Ulster robbed of a try?
While there was a lot to be happy with in Ireland's performance against Wales, Alan Quinlan feels that Greg McWilliams' side still has a long way to go and the Irish public needs to have patience with them.
In the URC, however, the former Munster flank felt that Ulster are rightfully disappointed with the TMO on Saturday for not allowing the final try that would have won them the game against the Stormers.
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