Game 4, Sun 17 Oct, 2:00pm, Neath
Congrats to the 14/17 of you who correctly guesed that Wales would beat Scotland!
And to the 4/6 of you who picked France over Scotland.
Friendly - Oct 6th - Wales 6-13 Italy - Wrexham - 2,791
Game 1 - Oct 9th - France 58-24 Ireland - Avignon - 14,522
Game 2 - Oct 10th - Scotland 22-60 Wales - Glasgow - 787
Game 3 - Oct 16th - France 22-12 Scotland - Albi - 6,721
Game 4 - Oct 17th - Wales 31-30 Ireland - Neath - 2,165
France - P2, W2, +44, 4
Wales - P2, W1, +39, 4
Ireland - P2, W0, -35, 0
Scotland - P2, W0, -48, 0
The last time these guys faced each other...
2009: Wales 42-12 Ireland (European Cup)
2005: Wales 31-10 Ireland
2004: Ireland 25-12 Wales
North Wales Daily Post
South Wales Evening Post
South Wales Echo
Wales: M. Lennon (Cronulla), C. Beasley, I. Webster (both Central Queensland), B. Flower, G. Thomas, G. Dudson, J. James, L. Williams, L. White (all Crusaders), R. Divorty (Featherstone), D. Jones (Keighley), N. Budworth (Mackay), A. Gay, A. James, C. Roets (all South Wales), J. Emmitt (St Helens), I. Watson (Swinton), L. Briers (capt), R. Williams (both Warrington), J. Ross (York).
Ireland: Brett McDermott (Barrow Raiders), Sean Hesketh (Batley Bulldogs), Paddy Barcoe (Carlow Crusaders), Matthew Fox (Dewsbury Rams), Liam Finn (Featherstone Rovers), Bob Beswick (Halifax), Jamie O'Callaghan (Harlequins RL), Scott Grix, Greg McNally (Both Huddersfield Giants), Adam Aigbokhae (Irish Students), Luke Ambler (Leeds Rhinos), Joe Taylor (North Dublin Eagles), Matt Ashe, John Gillam, Wayne Kerr (All Oldham), Ryan Boyle (Salford City Reds), Tim Bergin, Michael Haley (Both Sheffield Eagles), Brendan Guilfoyle (Treaty City Titans), Simon Finnigan (Widnes Vikings).
You can still buy tickets for the match here. An adult ticket is £8, concession is £6 and child is £4 but on the day they'll all be a little more expensive.
Edited by ShotgunGold, 18 October 2010 - 10:26 AM.