2023 Failed Rugby World Cup Bid & does anyone remember the Interpros


#1482

Disappointing all these proposed renovations still include uncovered stands and unfinished stadia eh CCHA??


#1483

What about the new stadium for Cork?


#1484

Cork is grand boy, a fully enclosed venue with ample fanzone areas.


#1485

Not so sure about Dublin, those pillars have to go. Playing surface will be suitable.


#1486

Cork


#1487

John Delaney suggested this morning he had been brought in to do his bit to bring this bid home given his record of delivering international tournaments to Ireland. Shame on the IRFU to leave it so late but I suppose nobody calls for a superhero until there is a crisis.


#1488

Decision Day.


#1489

Indeed. As J.V. Pullin (Bristol & England) remarked at the post match banquet after a comfortable Ireland win in that 1973 fixture - “Well we might not be any good but at least we turned up.”


#1490

We were all officer class, it’s quite ironic that the yahoos down in trenches who play association football who should have formed a brotherhood turned on one another.


#1491

The only time your officers were called out for action, in 1916, the yahoos routed them.


#1492

I hope we get this guys, the country needs the pick me up.


#1493

We need the dolla dolla bills yall …

I’ll be taking a three week holiday if we get it and leasing the place out via Air b n b and making a fortune off a load of lazer beam rugger supporters… I wont be letting the soggy biscuit crowd in the door,


#1494

I wonder would they be interested in buying a fuckload of cowboy hats?


#1495

Hope you enjoy the soup


#1496

Jam.


#1497

Milk and honey


#1498

Today is the biggest day in Ireland’s sporting history since yesterday.

What a time to be alive.


#1499

Imagine if this came to pass, I’d fear for certain people on this forum given the goings on of last night as well.


#1500

I’m hearing good rumblings guys


#1501

What time are we up?