Your Six Nations guide to London

Words by Doireann Garrihy and Chris Jones Ireland face their final Six Nations test of 2018 with a big St Patrick’s Day clash with England at Twickenham in West London. Twickenham is one of the largest stadiums in Europe with a whopping 82,000 seats, and while the hustle and bustle that comes with sharing a… Continue reading Your Six Nations guide to London

Wales v Ireland: Your Six Nations Guide To Cardiff

– Compiled by Noel Byrne & Adrian Harmon, AA Roadwatch Ireland take on Wales at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on Friday 10th March. The game kicks-off at 8:05pm in what is expected to be a fiercely contested and highly entertaining encounter. If you’re planning on making your way to Cardiff for the match, we want… Continue reading Wales v Ireland: Your Six Nations Guide To Cardiff

Wales v Ireland: While You’re There

Once you’ve arrived in Cardiff, you’ll want to make the most of your time, however short. With that in mind this page has all the info you’ll need, from where to stay, eat, drink, dance and climb walls. You’re welcome. – Compiled by Noel Byrne and Adrian Harmon, AA Roadwatch See here, here and here for the rest… Continue reading Wales v Ireland: While You’re There

Wales v Ireland: Match Day Info

– Compiled by Adrian Harmon & Noel Byrne, AA Roadwatch If you are heading to Wales v Ireland on Friday 10th March, you may have a few questions: Where is the stadium? How long will it take getting there? Where’s best to park? What bus do I take? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. Have a… Continue reading Wales v Ireland: Match Day Info

Wales v Ireland: Getting There

– Compiled by Adrian Harmon & Noel Byrne, AA Roadwatch You’ve done the hard part, booked some time off work and got your ticket. Now, the only thing that lies between you and an unforgettable match weekend in Cardiff is the journey. Getting the time to look up transport and organise tickets can be painful… Continue reading Wales v Ireland: Getting There

Ireland v Scotland: Match Day Info

Compiled by Noel Byrne & Adrian Harmon, AA Roadwatch Main pic courtesy of Scottish Rugby It’s quite easy to get to the Murrayfield stadium in Edinburgh whether in a car, bus, tram or on foot. Whoever Scotland are playing, there will be a big crowd at the game and it’s recommended that ticket holders arrive at the… Continue reading Ireland v Scotland: Match Day Info

Irish Rugby fans warned of City Centre delays on Saturday

Irish rugby fans are gearing up for Saturday’s Guinness Summer Series showdown against Wales. As well as ironing your jersey and practising your chants, planning your journey is key if you’re looking to have a stress-free and enjoyable day out. Kick-off for the game is at 2:30pm and on that same day, two demonstrations are… Continue reading Irish Rugby fans warned of City Centre delays on Saturday

AA Roadwatch Guide To Marseille: Leinster v Toulon

It’s now down to the final four of the Champions Cup with Leinster the only Irish team still in contention. Taking on Toulon at Stade Vélodrome in Marseille on Sunday 19th April from 4:15pm, it looks set to be a tight affair with Leinster needing to churn out a performance that will need to be… Continue reading AA Roadwatch Guide To Marseille: Leinster v Toulon