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9th July, 2017
Joan O’Shaughnessy, chairman of Tourism Ireland, and Niall Gibbons, chief executive of Tourism Ireland, with the Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 trophy in the Tourism Ireland office in DublinShane O’Neill

Tourism Ireland has launched a promotional campaign to leverage the tourism benefits of the upcoming Women’s Rugby World Cup.

This year’s tournament will take part in Dublin and Belfast, beginning with pool stages in Dublin’s UCD on August 9. The finals are scheduled for Queen’s and Kingspan Stadium Belfast from August 22 to 26.

Tourism Ireland hopes rugby fans come for the games and then stay for the “craic”, and...

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