The RBS 6 Nations trophy has been on the move ever since it arrived back from Paris and now more dates have been added to the tour.
Last weekend saw the RBS 6 Nations trophy in Ravenhill, Portadown and Banbridge with Rory Best before it moved on to Kilrush RFC.
This week O2 stores in Drogheda, Arklow and on Grafton Street in Dublin will be getting a visit from the trophy before it moves on to the RDS on Friday night for Leinster v Benetton Treviso.
The Sportsground will play host to the trophy on Saturday, May 3 for Connacht v Cardiff Blues which means all four provincial grounds will have had a visit from the trophy.
The Aviva Stadium is the place to be on Monday, May 5 as the trophy will be there all day as part of the Aviva Stadium tours.
The Leinster Branch leg of the trophy tour will take place from May 19 to May 26 and then it is on to Ulster from May 28 to June 7.
The Connacht Branch section of the tour will take place in September when the schools return, but the summer will see the trophy in all four provinces visiting IRFU Tag and Touch venues and summer camps all over Ireland.
The trophy visited clubs and schools in Munster earlier this month as well as O2 stores in Cork and Limerick.
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