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As Ireland prepare to take on Scotland, the IRFU plans to drive revenue from next year's World Cup

The IRFU is already advancing plans for a large corporate revenue-raising programme ahead of next year's Rugby World Cup (RWC) in England.

2nd February, 2014

The Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) is already advancing plans for a large corporate revenue-raising programme ahead of next year's Rugby World Cup (RWC) in England, and will start talks with current and potential sponsors in the coming months.

Ireland line out against Scotland at the Aviva Stadium this afternoon, in the first of three home games - they face Wales on February 8 and Italy on March 8 - and all 156,000 tickets for...

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