Ireland must find their killer instinct in the‘ pool of death’

Ireland must find their killer instinct in the‘ pool of death’

Devastating victories over minnows Namibia and Georgia in the Rugby World Cup will be vital in keeping Irish hopes alive.

Devastating victories over minnows Namibia and Georgia in the Rugby World Cup will be vital in keeping Irish hopes alive.

The Rugby World Cup begins this Friday evening in the Stade de France in Paris when hosts France meet Argentina.

This is the opening game in the tournament and, as it features two of Ireland’s Pool D opponents. It is of immense significance for us. Both of these major world rugby powers stand between Ireland...

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