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Why Irish rugby has the world at its feet

Ranked second only to New Zealand, our national team has a real chance to win the World Cup next year in Japan

26th August, 2018

The 2019 Rugby World Cup is just over a year away, and has there ever been a rugby season more anticipated in Ireland? Last season was the most successful ever in the history of rugby in this country, the national side winning a grand slam and an overseas tour in Australia, and Leinster winning the great double, the European champions cup and the Pro 14. Add to this the emergence last season of new super-talents...

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