RUGBY fans in Belfast are in for a provide this week as former Irish general rugby star Brian O’Driscoll visits a city to make a TV film about a internal charity.
With his personification days behind him a former Leinster and Ireland captain, who played for his county 133 times, was creation adult for mislaid time when he tucked into a full Irish grill during Cultúrlann in a heart of west Belfast yesterday morning.
The 35-year-old has taken a purpose as an consultant rugby researcher for BT Sport given timid from general rugby progressing this year.
He is in Belfast to assistance make a documentary about a work of The Supporters’ Club – a BT beginning that brings people together by competition – that will be promote on BT Sport subsequent month.
While in Belfast filmmakers are looking during a work of a Active Communities Network.
Based on a Whiterock Road, a girl and village growth gift seeks to tackle misery and amicable deprivation.
A orator for BT Sport said: “The film focuses on a work of Active Communities Network in Belfast, that recently perceived a extend from The Supporters Club, enabling them to broach a sports-based employability plan opposite Belfast. The film premieres in Oct on BT Sport. The new film is a eighth film constructed by BT Sport Films to showcase a work of The Supporters Club.”
* PLAYING DAYS: O’Driscoll in movement for Ireland as captain during an RBS 6 Nations compare during Croke Park, Dublin, in 2010
* TRY A FRY: Brian O’Driscoll tucked into a full Irish breakfast during Cultúrlann in west Belfast yesterday