Monday 22 July 2019

Brilliant Ireland have beaten France: As it happened

Rob Kearney scores the first try for Ireland
Rob Kearney scores the first try for Ireland
France's wing Brice Dulin (L) attempts to stop Ireland's full-back Rob Kearney score a try during a Pool D match of the 2015 Rugby World Cup between France and Ireland at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, south Wales, on October 11, 2015. AFP PHOTO / GABRIEL BOUYS RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE, NO USE IN LIVE MATCH TRACKING SERVICES, TO BE USED AS NON-SEQUENTIAL STILLSGABRIEL BOUYS/AFP/Getty Images
Ireland's Paul O'Connell receives treatment after sustaining an injury
Ireland's Paul O'Connell receives treatment after sustaining an injury
Ireland's centre Robbie Henshaw is tackled during a Pool D match of the 2015 Rugby World Cup between France and Ireland at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff
Ireland's Paul O'Connell receives treatment after sustaining an injury
Ireland's full-back Rob Kearney catches the ball during a Pool D match of the 2015 Rugby World Cup between France and Ireland at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff
France and Ireland fans
11 October 2015; Ireland and France supporters ahead of the game. 2015 Rugby World Cup Pool D, Ireland v France. Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales. Picture credit: Brendan Moran / SPORTSFILE
Ireland supporter Donna Smyth, from Mountnugent, Co. Cavan, with French supporters in Cardiff ahead of the game. Picture credit: Stephen McCarthy / SPORTSFILE

Frank Whelan

Finally, the game we have been waiting for is here. Will Joe Schmidt's side continue their good run against France? Or will Les Bleus consign us to a daunting quarter-final date with the reigning world champions New Zealand? Join Frank Whelan to find out.

 

 

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