Anthony Davis, the chief executive of Ireland’s Rugby Union, said the tournament would be the most watched rugby match in the world.

“Rugby is a great game.

I think it will be the biggest event in history, I’m sure it will make it to the top of the Guinness Book of World Records,” Mr Davis told the BBC.

“It’s going to be a very special occasion.”

We are in a position where we have a chance to be the first team to go to the World Cup.

“The World Cup is a rugby union event and it was organised by the International Rugby Board.

“This is the first time in many years that it’s been done.””

I don’t think there’s been a competition like this,” said Mr Davis.

“This is the first time in many years that it’s been done.”

The format will be extremely exciting, the players will be up against the best of the world.

The format is going to make the game exciting and exciting for everybody.””

There’s going, of course, to be some competition.

The format is going to make the game exciting and exciting for everybody.”

It’s a chance for the players to be in front of the camera.

I mean it’s the first-ever World Cup and you have got to make sure that the players are up to the challenge.

“I think it’s a fantastic opportunity for the world to get behind the game.”

Ruganet, the company behind the World Rugby competition, have been very supportive.

We have got the best players in the business, we have the best teams.

We’re very confident that this is going in the right direction.

“In its bid to secure the World’s biggest sporting event, Rugby Union will play host to seven international rugby union matches in 2018, including the first two Tests of the Rugby Championship.

The Rugby Championship is played on grass at a venue called the Oriel Park.

“We’re going to have the world’s best rugby union players playing in a very intense competition. “

The tournament will be a showcase of rugby union in Europe,” said Rugby Union CEO Anthony Davis.

Rugby Union is also hoping to bring in a huge global audience. “

With the world leading facilities, the international media will be able to follow the matches.”

Rugby Union is also hoping to bring in a huge global audience.

“People from all over the world are going to see the games,” Mr Davis said.

“They’re going be seeing a great team of players, we’re looking to bring more people to the sport, a greater level of engagement with the sport.”

A report in The Irish Examiner last week said that there were more than a million people watching the World Series of Rugby at home in the United States.

The report suggested that a huge number of people were tuning in on television to see Ireland win the title.

“If there are any problems in Ireland at the World Championship, it’s going be because of the people that are coming from abroad,” said Ms Glynn.

“One of the things that is so exciting about this World Cup, I think is the amount of passion, the enthusiasm, the energy from Ireland in this particular tournament. “

“Our players have been outstanding in every tournament they’ve been in, but we need to bring that energy back.””

So far we’ve got all the support that we need and I think the fans will be there.””

Our players have been outstanding in every tournament they’ve been in, but we need to bring that energy back.”

So far we’ve got all the support that we need and I think the fans will be there.

“This World Cup has the potential to be one of the biggest sporting events of the year, with fans from all around the world coming to Ireland to see our players compete.”

If we can bring that enthusiasm back and the passion that we’re showing, then it’s only going to enhance the sport for many years to come.

“These World Cup matches will be on the biggest stage of the World. “

What we’ve seen in the past, especially at the Rugby World Cup in England and the World Challenge in France, is a fantastic showcase for the game, and we are hoping that we will continue that,” Mr Larkin told The Irish Post.

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For us, this is a World Cup for all the world, and it has a special place in our hearts for all of the rugby union fans around the country.”

The Irish Times