From the Telstra Stadium to Anglesea Road: Munster and Ireland lock Donncha O'Callaghan brought his season to a close at Old Belvedere RFC on Wednesday night as he took part in the Budweiser Tag 'Challenge Donncha' match
'The Burbarians', Tag rugby regulars at Suttonians, faced the might of Donncha O'Callaghan's Select 7 team in Wednesday's much-anticipated Budweiser Tag 'Challenge Donncha' match. IrishRugby.ie caught up with the big man himself before the first blow of match referee Alain Rolland's whistle.
Before his final match of the season, Wednesday's Budweiser Tag 'Challenge Donncha' encounter at Old Belvedere, Munster and Ireland lock Donncha O'Callaghan chatted to IrishRugby.ie about taking on 'The Burbarians', his opinion of Tag rugby, his summer tour experiences, Tony McGahan's appointment as Munster coach and the immediate future for the Ireland squad.
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