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Ireland Resume ‘A’ Games

Ireland are set to resume ‘A’ internationals, after their last game was in 2003 – Eddie O’Sullivan was keen to have another platform for player development and hopeful international players.

The Six Natons ‘A’ series was discontinued last season when Scotland and Wales pulled out due to financial constraints.

Their first game will be against France A at Donnybrook on 11th March.

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