1 February 2024

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6 Nations Preview with Ronan O’Gara

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6 Nations Preview with Ronan O’Gara

Guinness, the official sponsor of the Guinness Six Nations, has enlisted Irish Rugby legend and La Rochelle Head Coach Ronan O’Gara to deliver a rousing team talk ahead of Ireland Men’s opening fixture against France in Marseille on Friday night, February 2nd. Not your typical pep talk for the players and delivered in Ronan’s unique French-Cork English dialect, he gives a playful yet passionate call to the people of Ireland to seize ‘l’opportunité’ and get together with friends at home, in the pub or the stadium, for 13 weeks of rugby across the Guinness Men’s Six Nations and Guinness Women’s Six Nations Championships.

Ahead of Ireland’s showdown with France, Ronan O’Gara has been speaking to our own William Davies about the hangover from the World Cup, the prospects of an Ireland win over France, his own success with la Rochelle and the impact of former Connacht and Ireland star Ultan Dillane with his adopted club in France…

Guinness is providing fans with the ‘l’opportunité’ to win exclusive, money-can’t-buy prizes, including match tickets and unique match-day experiences as part of the Guinness Giveaway. To enter, visit https://www.guinness.com/en-ie/guinness-give-away


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