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2020 Guinness Six Nations Ireland v Wales

This is a crucial fixture, in round 2 of the Guinness 6 Nations Championships. Ireland will be keen to ensure Wales don’t win another Grand Slam, utilising their home advantage at the Aviva Stadium, Dublin.

8th Feb 2020 Aviva Stadium

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2020 Guinness Six Nations Ireland v Wales

8th Feb 2020
Package The Havelock Lounge
Price POA. For details, please call 02070 48 48 48
Ticket Multiple 2
Details
  • Early admission to the IRFU VIP corporate hospitality inside Aviva Stadium
  • Blocked and reserved match seats
  • Pre match celebrity guest speaker
  • Full complimentary bar (excluding champagne) 3 hours pre-match & 1 hour post-match
  • Superb 3 course gourmet meal
  • Superior wines
  • Half time drinks
  • Finger food during post match reception
  • Interview with current Irish players during the post match reception
  • Official match programme
  • Ref talk radio
 

Product Description

Ireland v Wales: Ireland rose to No.1 in the world rankings following a 19-10 victory over Wales at the Aviva Stadium. It was Ireland’s second victory over Wales in the space of a week and marked the end of both team’s World Cup warm-up campaigns in September 2019. Wales dominated the early exchanges and were 10-7 up at half time. However, in the second half the Irish pack did well in the collisions, and played deep in the Welsh half as they enjoyed the lion’s share of possession and territory. Tadhg Furlong and James Ryan forced their way over for tries and Johnny Sexton converted the first of them.

The previous week at the Principality Stadium, Cardiff Ireland bounced back from a record loss at Twickenham to beat Wales 22-17. A brace of tries from Jacob Stockdale, plus a Jack Carty penalty kick saw Ireland leading 15-3 at the break. In the second half, Ireland’s scrum was hugely dominant and led to a penalty try being awarded in the 57th minute, extending the visitor’s lead to 22-3. Wales fought back strongly with tries from Owen Lane and Rhys Patchell, but time eventually ran out for the home side.

Ireland v Wales, the two teams have played each other at rugby union since 1992. A total of 129 matches have been played. with Wales winning 69 matches, Ireland winning 53 matches and 7 matches drawn.

In 2019 Wales secured the Grand Slam with a convincing win over Ireland in Cardiff, and having progressed to the Semi-Finals of the Rugby World Cup Wales will be looking to continue their dominance whilst Ireland will be looking for revenge!

Enjoy a warm Irish welcome with hearty fare, cold guinness, good craic and an unbelievable atmosphere within the Aviva Stadium. Contact Engage Hospitality today to secure your places at Ireland v Wales, and entertain clients, family, friends or colleagues.

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