Financial realities could spell trouble ahead for Irish rugby, as it strives to keep holding its own against the monetary muscle of England and France. Barry J Whyte reports
Donal Spring, the brother of the former tánaiste and Labour leader Dick Spring, is a solicitor nowadays. But on October 31, 1978, Spring was one of the 15 men who pulled on the red jersey for perhaps the most famous day in Munster rugby’s history.
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