4 Dec, 10:19
Grand Slam winners Fiona Coghlan and Nora Stapelton have returned the Women's RBS 6 Nations trophy to Chief Executive John Feehan at the Six Nations offices in Dublin.
10th October. Australia v Argentina (10am). 11th October. Romania v Ireland (8.00am). 12th October. Scotland v Japan (11.00am): England v Georgia (1.00pm) 18th October England v South Africa (1.00pm). 19th October. Namibia v Ireland. (11.00am) 25th October. France v Scotland (11.30am). 26th October. Argentina v Ireland (7.30am): England v Samoa (9.30am). 1st November. Australia v Ireland (9.30am). 2nd November. England v Uruguay (7.30am): New Zealand v Wales (9.30am).
The quarter final games (November 8th and 9th), the semi-finals (15th and 16th November), the Third Place play-off (20th November) and the Final on Saturday November 22nd will all be televised live on RTE Television.
ITV's coverage of the Rugby World Cup 2003 is the most extensive ever undertaken by the broadcaster for any major sporting event with over 200 hours of programming dedicated to the tournament.
Every one of the 48 matches will be shown live on ITV1 or ITV2,/b> and there will also be three opportunities to see a 60-minute highlights programme on each match day. ITV2 will air highlights at 7pm, the ITV News Channel at 9pm and ITV1 at around 11pm.