Aviva Stadium, the iconic home of Irish Rugby, will play host to a very special guest next week. The RBS 6 Nations trophy will be on display as part of the regular stadium tours from Tuesday to Thursday.
Don't miss your chance to get a photo taken with the most coveted silverware in Irish Rugby!
The tour gives you the unique opportunity to get a sense of what the Irish rugby stars really feel like on a match day.
You'll gain an insight into the players' match day routines as this unmissable tour will lead you into areas that are only accessible to players and officials. Join us on a stadium tour and immerse yourself in our sporting heritage.
For more information and to book a tour visit http://www.avivastadium.ie/tours
The Ireland squad paid a visit to Monaghan last week and held an open training session in Monaghan RFC. We spoke to Andrew Trimble after the session which was attended by over 2,000 cheering supporters.
Keith Earls notched up two tries against Italy on Saturday - he has now scored five in his last four matches for Ireland. We spoke to him pitchside immediately after Ireland's 63-10 RBS 6 Nations victory.
Ireland scrum coach Greg Feek spoke to Irish Rugby TV on the eve of the final round of the RBS 6 Nations Championship. He is happy that the team are focused but warns that it will be a tough encounter with Scotland tomorrow.
Looking forward to the lineout battle with Scotland, Ireland lock Devin Toner said: "We went well again Italy, I think our set piece went well. If we can just build on that and build on the positives then I think we'll be okay."
Joe Schmidt spoke to Irish Rugby TV this morning with an update on the squad, a look back at Ireland's nine-try win over Italy and a preview of our final match of the RBS 6 Nations Championship against Scotland.
Having marked his 50th Ireland cap with a try, hooker Sean Cronin said: "It's great to part of the squad for the last few years. To get 50 is something I'll look back on fondly. Great win today so it's extra special."
Irish Rugby TV brings you behind the scenes of today's RBS 6 Nations meeting of Ireland and Italy in Dublin. Check out the Tunnel Cam from the Aviva Stadium, including some post-match reaction from Ultan Dillane.