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Poll: Will you watch the Women's Rugby World Cup?

Give it to us straight. Be honest.

Ireland flanker Claire Molloy
Ireland flanker Claire Molloy
Image: Billy Stickland/INPHO

THE WOMEN’S RUGBY World Cup kicks off in UCD on Wednesday – a day eagerly awaited by Ireland’s squad who have been counting down the days.

Their first game will see them face Australia at 7pm out in the Belfield campus. That match will be live on RTÉ, which is showing all the nation’s games. Eir Sport will broadcast the Irish exploits, as well as the rest of the action.

The tournament moves to Belfast for the knockout stages from 22 August.

For your information, the good people of The42 have this handy guide to how everything is going to work from Wednesday.


Poll Results:

No, I've no interest (4352)
I'll just watch the Ireland games (3087)
Yes, I'll watch lots of it on telly (2677)
Yes, I'm actually going to the (sold-out) games (342)




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