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World Rugby to visit Ireland on March 21st as World Cup bidding process hots up quoting : The Irish Times

as declared in Ireland will welcome a technical review group from World Rugby on March 21st as the bidding process for the 2023 Rugby World Cup gathers pace.
And ahead of this, each country will receive their first official visit from World Rugby in March.
Rugby World Cup has demonstrated through past tournaments that it is a low investment, high-return proposition with proven benefits for host nations.
The 2023 host union will be selected by the World Rugby Council on November 15th.
The three nations who are candidates to host the tournament – Ireland, South Africa and France – are due to submit their detailed bid documents to World Rugby on June 1st.

World Rugby to visit Ireland on March 21st as World Cup bidding process hots up

according to Irish Rugby TV: Ireland v Australia Tunnel Cam Irish Rugby TV brings you a behind the scenes look at Ireland’s final GUINNESS Series game against Australia.
Irish Rugby TV: Garry Ringrose Previews Ireland v France Garry Ringrose made his debut for Ireland last November.
Irish Rugby TV: Ireland Squad Visit Monaghan RFC The Ireland squad paid a visit to Monaghan last week and held an open training session in Monaghan RFC.
Go behind the scenes on a rain-swept night in Cumbernauld with Irish Rugby TV.
Irish Rugby TV: Ireland v Australia Post-Match Press Conference Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt praised the squad’s ‘immense character’ following the 27-24 GUINNESS Series success against Australia.

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Rugby World Cup 2023 meetings in SA

A World Rugby delegation arrived in SA on Monday to begin two days of meetings with stakeholders involved with SA’s Rugby World Cup 2023 bid.
SA Rugby met World Rugby’s “applicant submission” deadline on September 1 2016 despite‚ at the time‚ not formally having national government’s backing to host the event.
SA Rugby needs the government to underwrite the associated costs of putting on the global showpiece‚ including World Rugby’s “fee” in the region of R2bn.
Basson said the EPG had delivered its report to Mbalula and the minister now had to review the data.
As of Monday‚ SA Rugby still did not have the formal backing of the government.

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