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Dubliners: Leinster v Bath

By P G Tips
December 12 2018

It will be a double dose of Dubliners for Bath and their fans this Saturday. For those of a certain age, “Dubliners” means lively Irish folk songs like “Wild Rover” and “Jug of Punch” and there is bound to be plentiful craic around Temple Bar and O’Connell Street after the match. So following one of Bath’s better performances last week in rattlin... More >

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