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Ireland V France: RBS Six...

25th February 2017
The Six Nations Championship is without doubt one of the world's greatest rugby tournaments. 
Each year the six proud nations – Ireland, England, France, Italy, Scotland and Wales – come to battle and fight to be crowned RBS Six Nations Champions and for the potential to be given the much coveted Grand Slam title. 
Some of the rivalries in this tournament date back more than 140 years, which simply adds to the sense of occasion.
This year's competition, spread over February and March, promises to be just as enthralling as last year's, kicking off with Scotland V Ireland in Murrayfield.
Ireland's first of only two matches at home will be against France in the Aviva Stadium on the 25th February 2017 and kick-off is set for 16.50pm.
It will be an interesting clash between the two rugby giants as even though both nations fought hard in the world cup and other various competitions over 2016, they haven't come up against each other since our last Six Nations battle.

Ireland V England: RBS Si...

18th March 2017
In mid March, Ireland will proudly host it's second of two RBS Six Nations bouts at home in the Aviva Stadium. Ireland will battle England on 18th March 2017, with kick-off at 17.00pm.
As two of the closest nations in the Six Nations competition, Ireland and England's rivalrys have been legendary and this clash will be no different. 
It always promises to be an exciting and adrenaline fueled match and with the Millennium Trophy and Triple Crown up for grabs, 2017's head to head will be no different.

Betway Premiere League

6th April 2017
The Betway premier league THE world’s top darts stars will return to the 3Arena for the Betway Premier League on Thursday April 6 2017, with the likes of Michael van Gerwen, Phil Taylor and Gary Anderson competing for the prestigious title.

The Betway Premier League sees ten stars competing across four months at arenas in the UK, Ireland and Netherlands in a bid to win the coveted trophy, which was claimed for a second time by van Gerwen in 2016.

The Premier League, televised live by Sky Sports and broadcast worldwide, has also been won six times by legendary Stoke star Taylor since its inception in 2005, with Scottish hero Anderson – the back-to- back World Champion – claiming the title twice and both James Wade and Raymond van Barneveld also lifting the trophy.

6th April 2017

Tickets from Ticket Master.

From The Castle Hotel to 3Arena you can go by:

LUAS (city tram) – walk distance 5 minutes to Abbey station towards The Point station (one way ticket €2.35)
Walking distance 3km - 35 minutes
Taxi (€10+)