Updated: Thursday, 11 Sep 2014 11:32 | Comments
International rugby joining will lapse to Tallaght when Ireland take partial in a European Championships opposite France, Scotland and Wales in October.
For a initial time in 14 years, dual comparison general games will take place in Ireland with Tallaght Stadium hosting Ireland’s dual home games in a Championships.
This will be a second time a south Dublin track will horde general rugby joining following a 2010 tie between Ireland and Scotland, while a Tallaght Tigers bar were in existence there from 1997 until 2013.
France and Scotland will be a visitors in 2014 with fixtures on a 18 and 25 of October respectively.
Rugby League Ireland executive Richard Egan said: “We are gay to be bringing rugby joining behind to Tallaght and in sold a trickery such as Tallaght Stadium.
“To be means to horde dual games in such a high turn trickery is a large boost for rugby joining in a Dublin area and serve afield.”
Ireland conduct manager Mark Aston added: “We are gay to be entrance behind to Tallaght that was a pivotal partial of a growth of rugby joining in Ireland in a early days.
“We had a tough World Cup final year that we knew we would have given a organisation we were drawn in. From that we have a good bottom of players to select from for this year.”
Also holding place in a 6,000 chair multi-purpose track will be Ireland’s initial ever Under-19 tie when Ireland accommodate Scotland.