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Freddie Mercury, Albert Einstein, Friedrich Nietzsche, Charlie Chaplin, Lemmy, Friedrich Engels, and Willy O’Dea are famous for their moustaches and Galway men can emulate them from tomorrow.
Ireland take on France in an Electric Ireland u20 Six Nations Championship clash at Dubarry Park, Athlone, tonight, Friday March 8 - kickoff time is 7.45pm.
In advance of Ireland’s great win in the RBS 6 Nations against Wales last Saturday, Land Rover brand ambassador and Ireland Rugby Captain, Jamie Heaslip, has been presented with the keys to his new 2013 Land Rover Discovery 4, writes Padraic Deane.
This battle with the ‘old enemy’ always draws a bumper crowd to the compact Athlone venue and they meet again tonight at 7.35pm in a 6 Nations u20 clash. Dubarry Park’s central location and ease of access from the M4 motorway ensures it is an easy reach from the broader Midlands as well as from Dublin and Galway for one of sports great rivalries.
Many great men have sported moustaches - Albert Einstein, Friedrich Engels, Ghandi, Salvador Dalí, Freddie Mercury, Friedrich Nietzsche - and Galwaymen have a chance to join their ranks this month.
“Since I don’t smoke, I decided to grow a moustache - it is better for the health,” so said the Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dalí, and next month Galwaymen can grow a moustache for health reasons too.
Ireland bid to make it three wins out of three in this season’s u20 Six Nations Championship when they take on Italy at Dubarry Park, Athlone, tonight, Friday, at 7pm.
Ireland, who made a winning start to the defence of their u20 Six Nations Championship crown with a 28-9 win away to Italy last week, square up to France in a mouth-watering second round fixture under the Dubarry Park floodlights in Athlone this Friday night. Kickoff for this ESB Electric Ireland match is 7.45pm.
Ireland begin this season’s U20 Six Nations championship with a home game against Italy as international rugby returns to Athlone tonight, Friday February 5. Kickoff for this hugely anticipated match is 7.30pm. Pre-sales of tickets are going well but cash will be taken at the turnstiles for what should be a lively and highly entertaining encounter.
Connacht have a chance to redeem themselves after last week’s mauling at the hands of Cardiff when they host the current Magners League champions Leinster on Sunday at the Galway Sportsground (6pm).