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Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour Hits Ireland Next Week

Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour Hits Ireland Next Week

The Rugby World Cup trophy will take part in a tour of the island of Ireland in the coming days, taking in Belfast, Derry, Donegal, Galway, Limerick and Dublin between Tuesday, June 16 and Wednesday, June 24.

The Webb Ellis trophy will visit the Giant’s Causeway, Derry Guildhall, Belfast City Hall and Kingspan Stadium while in the north and also put in club appearances with Donegal RFC, Belfast Harlequins RFC and Banbridge RFC – Ireland hooker Rory Best’s home club.

While in the west, the trophy will visit Galway city and Galwegians RFC before appearing at the Father’s Day Rugby Festival at Thomond Park in Limerick.

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Full details of the Irish leg of the Rugby World Cup Trophy Tour are outlined below:

TUESDAY, JUNE 16 –

Morning: Photo opp/arrival moment at Giant’s Causeway
Afternoon:  On display at Derry Guildhall
Evening: Donegal Town Centre with Donegal RFC

THURSDAY, JUNE 18 –

Afternoon: On display at Belfast City Hall
Evening: Belfast Harlequins Tag Festival

FRIDAY, JUNE 19 –

Afternoon: Kingspan Stadium
Evening:  Banbridge RFC

SATURDAY, JUNE 20 –

Evening: Galwegians RFC

SUNDAY, JUNE 21 –

Morning: Father’s Day Rugby Festival at Thomond Park

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24 –

Late Afternoon: Reception at British Embassy

Related Links –

Webb Ellis Trophy Coming To Ulster

Webb Ellis Cup To Visit Galway

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