Thursday July 2, 2020

Can Ireland continue to escape rugby’s cash crisis?

Given its smaller fan base and playing numbers, it is something of a miracle that, to date, Irish rugby has managed to stay out of the red

7th March, 2009

It’s the only good news story around. As the financial gloom deepens, the Irish quest to win a first Six Nations rugby title and the first Grand Slam in more than 60 years is still on course. Next weekend, Ireland travel to meet Scotland in Murrayfield. Victory there would set up a fantastic finale at the Millennium stadium in Cardiff against Wales for the championship.

It’s the final game in this year’s Six Nations,...

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