Supporters Club Audio: Limerick Camp Press Conference
1 November 2008 09:10
A general view of the top table at Thursday's press conference in Limerick, where Declan Kidney, Paul McNaughton, Brian O'Driscoll, Paul O'Connell and Ronan O'Gara answered questions from the assembled media
Members of the Ireland management and playing squad took part in a press conference at their team hotel in Limerick this week. Head coach Declan Kidney, team manager Paul McNaughton, captain Brian O'Driscoll, Paul O'Connell and Ronan O'Gara replied to questions from the assembled media.
To listen to the press conference (in two parts), please click on the links below:
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