The World Rugby’s oldest trophy lands in Ireland
PIC SHOWS: (l to r) Richard Wilson; Ballyfermot Bears, Richard Keatley; RLI,An Taoiseach Enda Kenny T.D., Ruth Adler; Australian Ambassador to Ireland , Brendan Guilfoyle – International Rugby Player and Wayne Finnerty Ballyfermot Bears.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny T.D. today officially marked the arrival in Ireland of the Rugby League World Cup Trophy, the oldest trophy in world rugby.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny T.D. officially marked the arrival in Ireland of the Rugby League World Cup Trophy, the oldest trophy in world rugby.Thomond Park in Limerick will be the only Irish venue to host a match in this year’s Rugby League World Cup tournament, which is being hosted by Wales and England. The home of Munster Rugby will see Ireland play Australia in their Group A clash on November 9th in front of an expected global TV audience of over 20 million viewers.
Further details on the 2013 Rugby League World Cup are available from http://www.rlwc2013.com. Tickets for the Ireland v Australia game on Saturday, 9th November are on sale at http://www.ticketmaster.ie.