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Ireland train in front of fans as focus turns to Wales

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2:38 PM - 27 Feb 2017



Monaghan, Wexford and Ranelagh. Around 5,000 Irish supporters came from far and near to attend the Irish Rugby squad's latest open training session.

Joe Schmidt's men were back at the Aviva Stadium less than 48 hours after their impressive Six Nations victory over France.

The stadium will be packed to the rafters when Ireland host England in a potential title decider over the St. Patrick's weekend.

The atmosphere was more relaxed today as preparations began for the clash with Wales in Cardiff in a fortnight.

Ross Lindsay caught up with some of those in the stands.

 



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