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Wales v Ireland, Six Nations 2019: Roles reversed from 2009 Grand Slam drama?

BBC Local News Friday, 15 March 2019
Wales v Ireland, Six Nations 2019: Roles reversed from 2009 Grand Slam drama?BBC Local News: Mid Wales -- Wales will aim for a Grand Slam when they face defending champions Ireland on Saturday - a role reversal of their dramatic 2009 clash.
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The Duke of Cambridge visits Brains Brewery in Cardiff ahead of the Wales vs Ireland Six Nations match.

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