Six Nations Trophy to visit SDCC County Hall today

by Mark O'Brien

As part of the Six Nation’s trophy tour, the Six Nations Trophy and the Triple Crown Trophy will visit County Hall, Tallaght today from 3pm to 4.30pm.

The visit will offer an opportunity for members of the public to view and get their pictures taken with the cups.

Leinster Rugby development officers will be on site with the cups.

The tour of the trophies is part of a road trip to clubs and schools around South Dublin County and the wider Leinster region which started on Saturday, April 7 and will run until Thursday.

Ireland secured the Grand Slam and Triple Crown trophy with an impressive 24-15 victory over England in Twickenham on St Patrick’s Day.

South Dublin County Council’s offices at County Hall are located in the heart of Tallaght Town Centre, off Belgard Square North, and adjacent to the Civic Theatre, Rua Red Arts Centre and County Library, Tallaght. The Tallaght terminus of the Luas Red Line is located outside County Hall.

A full list of venues and locations can be found on the Leinster Rugby website.

 

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