Some positive news for Ireland as both the northern and southern governments are bidding to host the Rugby World Cup in 2023.
Ireland, the all team which recently won the Six Nations Championship, could soon have home advantage in the biggest tournament in Rugby. Leaders from the North and South, which included Enda Kenny, Martin McGuinness and Peter Robinson, joined the Irish Rugby Football Union at an event in Armagh on Friday to officially announce the decision.
In Armagh for announcement of Ireland’s bid to host 2023 Rugby World Cup pic.twitter.com/IcEHx0mz5u
— Sinéad Kissane (@sineadkissane) December 5, 2014
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