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Six Nations Announces 2020 Season Restart

Thursday August 06, 2020

The Six Nations Rugby have announced an end to the postponed Six Nations Championship, following the decision of the World Rugby Council on the 30th of July. The Championship will resume on the 24th of October in Lansdowne Road, Dublin. Ireland will face Italy. That is then followed on Halloween by Wales V Scotland, Italy V England and finally France V Ireland in the Stade de France. \r\n\r\n

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WWC Semi-Final reaches 220,000 viewers

Wednesday July 03, 2019

Coverage of the Women's World Cup continues to grow on RTÉ with the average audience for the Semi-Final (USA V England) getting 220,000 viewers. The Audience peaked at 316,700 viewers at 9:45 as the game reached its conclusion. The share of the audience was at 20%.

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WWC Semi-Final reaches 220,000 viewers

Wednesday July 03, 2019

Coverage of the Women's World Cup continues to grow on RTÉ with the average audience for the Semi-Final (USA V England) getting 220,000 viewers. The Audience peaked at 316,700 viewers at 9:45 as the game reached its conclusion. The share of the audience was at 20%.

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FIFA Womens World Cup to air on Irish TV

Friday June 07, 2019

The Womens World Cup starts today. Unlike 2015 RTÉ and TG4 have been able to agree a deal with the EBU (European Broadcasting Union) to air all the games. The Girls in Green will not be taking part, but the tournament is sure to get a boost with the full coverage provided by both public service broadcasters. France is the host country for the tournament taking over from Canada in 2015. Games and Highlights will also be available from both broadcasters players.

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France beat Ireland and South Africa to Rugby WC 2023

Wednesday November 15, 2017

France have been announced as the hosts to the Rugby World Cup 2023, beating of competition from Ireland and South Africa. South Africa had been tipped to host the competition after it came out on top in all categories by the The Rugby World Cup Limited (RWCL) Board, however following 2 rounds of votes France was selected by the team nations. Ireland received 8 votes in the first round of voting and where then excluded from the second round of votes where France received 24 votes to South Africa's 15.

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Irish RWC 2023 Falters

Thursday November 02, 2017

The Irish Rugby World Cup 2023 bid falters as South Africa look likely to host the tournament in 2023. The Rugby World Cup Limited (RWCL) Board has unanimously recommended to the World Rugby Council the selection of South Africa as Rugby World Cup 2023 host. The World Rugby Council will now meet on 15 November in London to consider the recommendation and vote on the next host.