For the weekend that’s in it.
Saturday, February 16, 1974.
When the quarterback style toss into the line-out was the done thing.
Edmund Van Esbeck, writing in the Irish Times said:
Ireland’s total of 26 points was the highest yet recoded against England at any venue by an Irish side.
John Pullin was warm in his tribute to Ireland after the game: “the Irish pack is definitely in the veteran class and tired a little towards the end, but they are still a formidable proposition for any opposition.”
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