Munster's nail-biting win, European games in doubt and Darren Cave interview
House of Rugby Ireland
Former Ulster & Ireland centre Darren Cave joins Eimear Considine and Ian Madigan to look back on two crucial inter-pro games and discuss what may happen to the Champions Cup and Guinness Six Nations amid spiralling Covid-19 cases. They also discuss Paul O'Connell's coaching gig with Ireland and a bizarre red card in French rugby.
Provincial report card, Part three: Ulster with Darren Cave
The42 Rugby Weekly
Gav and Murray are joined by Darren Cave, who makes a stunning pod debut as the lads discuss how Ulster have turned the ship around under Dan McFarland.Got a question/suggestion for the lads? Email us at email@example.com.You can also now become a member of The42 to get access to extra episodes of Rugby Weekly.
The Saturday Panel | Alan Quinlan, Marcus Horan, Mike Ross, Darren Cave | Dove Men + Care
OTB's Saturday Panel
Highlighting the dual role of players dedicated to their teammates on the field, but also to their families as ordinary caring sons, brothers and fathers, Nathan Murphy and former Irish international Alan Quinlan will be joined by a panel of guests for an OTB Roadshow Special #OneToughJob
Episode 10 - Munster gouging, unstoppable Leinster and Darren Cave interview
House of Rugby Ireland
Barry Murphy and Andrew Trimble look back on a (mostly) positive weekend for the Irish province's, the contentious calls in Munster vs. Castres and Joey Carbery's risky decision. Andrew has a fascinating, candid chat with Ulster and Ireland centre Darren Cave, and Barry casts Brian O'Driscoll and Declan Kidney in his Lord of the Rings analogy.
Darren Cave on life at Ulster, Ireland's Six Nations chances and Joe Schmidt's unique preparation
The Left Wing
On this week's episode of The Left Wing, Will Slattery and Luke Fitzgerald are joined by Ulster centre Darren Cave to look ahead to the Six Nations.Ireland are being tipped by a lot of people to win the tournament this year, and Darren and Luke are in agreement that having Joe Schmidt as coach gives the team an edge over their competitors.The lads look back to the 2015 World Cup and remember how Schmidt got them focused to take on Romania in a way that few coaches could match.It has been a difficult season for Ulster but Cave is hopeful that the province isn't far from turning the corner.Will and Luke are travelling to Paris this weekend for the big game - and Luke reveals that the last time he was in Paris was for a secret meeting with Michael Cheika over a move to Stade Francais.