Irish rugby lines out for its most exciting year

Whether Ireland can win the World Cup is the big sporting question of 2019 but, either way, Joe Schmidt will have left a powerful legacy

30th December, 2018

It promises to be an Irish sporting year without equal. In the autumn an Irish rugby team heads for the Rugby World Cup In Japan carrying huge expectations. This group of young Irishmen threaten to accomplish this country’s greatest ever international sporting achievement and win rugby’s greatest prize. Having beaten every other major rugby nation in the world over the past two years, the Irish are entitled to be more optimistic than ever before....

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