The rugby autumn internationals, which kick off with Ireland’s clash against World Cup holders South Africa at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday, are expected to generate €100 million for the economy.
This is the first time Ireland will play four games as part of the Guinness Series, and the Irish Football Rugby Union (IRFU) believes it will result in a spending boom for the local economy. Ireland play Samoa on November 13, followed...
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