Australia  

Ireland 47-5 Samoa: Joe Schmidt and Rory Best look ahead to quarter-finals

Video Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO - Duration: 01:09s - Published
Ireland 47-5 Samoa: Joe Schmidt and Rory Best look ahead to quarter-finals

Ireland 47-5 Samoa: Joe Schmidt and Rory Best look ahead to quarter-finals

Ireland Rugby coach Joe Schmidt and captain Rory Best react to their side's 47-5 victory over Samoa, which secured a place in the World Cup quarter-finals.

A bonus-point victory in Fukuoka sealed a safe passage to the last eight, whatever happens in Japan and Scotland's typhoon-threatened encounter on Sunday.

The victory moved them top of Pool A and booked a last-eight clash against either New Zealand or South Africa, thanks to two tries from Sexton and scores for Rory Best, Tadhg Furlong, Jordan Larmour, CJ Stander and Andrew Conway.


You Might Like


💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions

FIFA World Cup FIFA World Cup Association football competition for men's national teams

Day we'll win World Cup finals, Women's Cricket will have different aura: Anjum Chopra [Video]

Day we'll win World Cup finals, Women's Cricket will have different aura: Anjum Chopra

Cricketer Anjum Chopra spoke to ANI on women's cricket. Speaking on Women cricket, cricketer Anjum Chopra said, "BCCI is working well towards the game, they are giving all facilities to the players. Now players should play role in betterment of their game and skills because, eventually it's time to get train to win World Cup. The day we'll win the finals, Women's Cricket will have a different aura after that altogether." Speaking on practice matches before, Women's Challenge Trophy and Women's IPL, cricketer Anjum Chopra said, "I feel, it is not cricket board's duty to organise practice matches before tournament. It is player's duty to be fully prepared before coming to the tournament. I don't think it would be possible to organise practice matches as everyone is in bio-bubble."

Credit: ANI    Duration: 04:07Published
Club World Cup postponed, Infantino speaks on racism and Swiss investigation [Video]

Club World Cup postponed, Infantino speaks on racism and Swiss investigation

RESENDING WITH COMPLETE SHOTLIST AND SCRIPT VIDEO SHOWS: FIFA PRESIDENT GIANNI INFANTINO HOLDING A NEWS CONFERENCE IN WHICH HE TALKS ABOUT THE POSTPONEMENT OF THE 2022 WORLD CUP/ INVESTING IN WOMEN'S

Credit: Reuters - Sports    Duration: 05:50Published
Spurs Women sign two-time World Cup winning striker Morgan [Video]

Spurs Women sign two-time World Cup winning striker Morgan

Two-time World Cup champion Alex Morgan joins Tottenham Hotspur Women on a season-long deal.

Credit: Reuters - Sports    Duration: 01:33Published
He won't make it to the World Cup [Video]

He won't make it to the World Cup

A very clumsy goalkeeper.

Credit: Cover Video STUDIO    Duration: 00:12Published

Scotland Scotland Country in Northwest Europe, part of the United Kingdom

Nicola Sturgeon: Spread of coronavirus among older people rising [Video]

Nicola Sturgeon: Spread of coronavirus among older people rising

Coronavirus transmission among older groups is rising in Scotland, NicolaSturgeon has said. Ms Sturgeon told the Scottish Government’s coronavirusbriefing: “The majority, the quite significant majority, are in the under-40age groups, with the bulk of those in the under-25 age group.”

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 01:23Published
Nicola Sturgeon: Students not at fault for surging coronavirus cases [Video]

Nicola Sturgeon: Students not at fault for surging coronavirus cases

Nicola Sturgeon has insisted students are not to blame for a rise incoronavirus outbreaks, as she announced a record daily total of new Covid-19cases. Hundreds of students at universities across Scotland are self-isolatingafter outbreaks of the virus. All students face disciplinary action if theybreak strict measures imposed on them by their universities, including bans onvisiting pubs over this weekend and restrictions on socialising. Speaking atthe daily briefing in Edinburgh, the First Minister said 558 people testedpositive for coronavirus in Scotland in the past 24 hour, bringing the totalto 26,518. This is the highest daily total since the pandemic began.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 01:24Published
High Court trials in Scotland set to begin with remote jury centres at cinema [Video]

High Court trials in Scotland set to begin with remote jury centres at cinema

The first trials using a cinema complex to host a jury will begin next week ina bid to address the court case backlog worsened by the coronavirus pandemic.Interview with Tim Barraclough, director of the Judicial Office for Scotland.From Tuesday, some High Court cases in Edinburgh and Livingston will havejuries sitting in five screens of the Odeon cinema at Fort Kinnaird retailpark in the capital.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 00:55Published
Nicola Sturgeon: R number possibly as high as 1.6 in Scotland [Video]

Nicola Sturgeon: R number possibly as high as 1.6 in Scotland

Nicola Sturgeon said the R number in Scotland – the average number of otherpeople infected with the virus by each person with Covid-19 – could nowpossibly be as high as 1.6. Speaking at the start of First Minister’sQuestions at Holyrood, she said the latest figures showed why the ScottishGovernment had announced further “tough measures” aimed at curbingcoronavirus.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO    Duration: 01:30Published
Sturgeon announces record positive Covid test numbers [Video]

Sturgeon announces record positive Covid test numbers

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced that a record total of 486 people tested positive for coronavirus in Scotland in the past 24 hours, Ms Sturgeon described the figures as "a real cause for concern" during her government press conference in Edinburgh today. Report by Blairm. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

Credit: ODN    Duration: 00:50Published

South Africa South Africa Southernmost country in Africa

South Africa: Gauteng rail service disrupted by vandalism [Video]

South Africa: Gauteng rail service disrupted by vandalism

In South Africa, Gauteng's railway system grinds to a halt, leaving hundreds of thousands stranded.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:46Published
Foreigners 'live in constant fear' in South Africa, Human Rights Watch reports [Video]

Foreigners 'live in constant fear' in South Africa, Human Rights Watch reports

Credit: FRANCE 24 English    Duration: 01:21Published
Officers accused of killing South African teen to appear in court [Video]

Officers accused of killing South African teen to appear in court

Killing of Nathaniel Julies, a 16-year-old boy with Down syndrome, sparked outcry and protests against police brutality.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:40Published
South Africans in vaccine trial hope 'to save the world' [Video]

South Africans in vaccine trial hope 'to save the world'

Khensani Nkuna is a volunteer in AstraZeneca's experimental coronavirus vaccine trial in South Africa and she hopes to "save the world". Colette Luke has the latest.

Credit: Reuters - Politics    Duration: 02:35Published

Tweets about this


Related videos from verified sources

Schmidt regrets ‘losing focus’ [Video]

Schmidt regrets ‘losing focus’

Outgoing Ireland coach Joe Schmidt has spoken of his regret that his side did not reach the World Cup semi finals after a crushing defeat to New Zealand.

Credit: Sky Sports UK     Duration: 00:39Published
NZ coach Hansen praises Ireland's retiring Best and Schmidt after World Cup win [Video]

NZ coach Hansen praises Ireland's retiring Best and Schmidt after World Cup win

VIDEO SHOWS: REACTION FROM IRELAND COACH, JOE SCHMIDT, AND NEW ZEALAND COACH, STEVE HANSEN, AFTER THEIR RUGBY WORLD CUP QUARTER-FINAL IN TOKYO RESENDING WITH SCRIPT SHOWS: TOKYO, JAPAN (OCTOBER 19,

Credit: Reuters - Sports     Duration: 05:17Published
All Blacks thump Ireland to set up England semi-final [Video]

All Blacks thump Ireland to set up England semi-final

Retiring Ireland captain Rory Best and head coach Joe Schmidt react to the 46-14 defeat to New Zealand in Tokyo, knocking Ireland out of the Rugby World Cup.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:43Published