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Donnybrook Stadium, Sunday 9th February

Ireland vs Wales – Women's Six Nations.

Since moving their Six Nations home games to Energia Park in 2016, the Ireland Women have been greeted by vociferous support and growing crowd numbers. This made for a special atmosphere on Sunday against Scotland, and back rower Anna Caplice hopes it can be replicated for the upcoming clash with the Welsh – “Today was just so enjoyable. The crowd were just buzzing. I was almost thinking to myself, thinking of my friends, ‘Why aren't they here? Why aren't my whole extended family here? Why isn't everyone here?!' This is unbelievable, just as entertaining as the men's game and good quality too. That's my plea to everyone to come out, get into the stands and sell it out completely.”

Tickets for Ireland vs Wales – Women's Six Nations at Energia Park are priced as €5 Child, €10/€15 Adult, and include a family ticket (2xAdult, 2xChild) for €25.


Date:
Sunday 9th February
Time:
1.00pm
Price:
€5 | €10 | €15
Address:
Donnybrook Rd, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Donnybrook Rd, Dublin, Ireland

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