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Ireland! Ireland! Where To Watch And Follow This Weekend

Ireland! Ireland! Where To Watch And Follow This Weekend

The Ireland Under-20s in South Africa, the Ireland Women’s Sevens in Ghent and of course the Ireland senior side in action at Eden Park tomorrow morning! We’ll keep you up to date with all the action this weekend.


The action kicks of at Danie Craven Stadium in Stellenbosch this evening when the Ireland Under-20s, fresh from their win over hosts South Africa, take on England in the IRB Junior World Championship.

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The match kicks off at 5.45pm Irish time and is live on TG4 and Sky Sports 2.

Related Links –

Junior World Championship Preview: England U-20s v Ireland U-20s


Claire Molloy will lead the Irish Women into Sevens action in Ghent, Belgium this weekend with Rugby World Cup Sevens qualification on the line. Updates and scores will be on www.twitter.com/@ec7gent and www.twitter.com/irfurugby.

We will also have a full report on IrishRugby.ie next week.

Related Links –

Women’s Sevens Squad Named For European Championship


The main event is at Eden Park in Auckland on Saturday as Ireland take on the current World champions New Zealand.

The match kicks off at 7.35pm New Zealand time or 8.35am in Ireland and is live on Sky Sports 2 with coverage starting at 8am Irish time.

You can hear the dulcet tones of Michael Corcoran broadcasting for RTE Radio 1 live on MW, LW, RTE Digital and online.

Finally, you can follow the game right here with text updates and integrated radio on our O2 MatchDay Live service on www.irishrugby.ie/live.

Don’t forget to follow us on www.twitter.com/irfurugby and search #irishrugby #nzirl #wolfpuppies #wrugby.