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Quiz: Can you name the top Irish Rugby try scorers of all time?

Are you ready to be tested with our quiz? Can you name the top Irish Rugby try scorers of all time? This  weekend Ireland will take on England in Twickenham, whether Ireland win or lose, they have already won the Six Nations! But if they beat England this weekend, it not only means they have…

3 June 2014; Ireland’s Jonathan Sexton during squad training ahead of their opening Summer Tour 2014 test game against Argentina on Saturday. Ireland Rugby Squad Training, Hurling Club, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Picture credit: Stephen McCarthy / SPORTSFILE

Are you ready to be tested with our quiz? Can you name the top Irish Rugby try scorers of all time?

This  weekend Ireland will take on England in Twickenham, whether Ireland win or lose, they have already won the Six Nations! But if they beat England this weekend, it not only means they have won the Six Nations, but they will also be crowned winners of the Grand Slam!

After a successful Six Nations, the Irish team should be feeling pretty chuffed with themselves. Jonny Sexton kicked a wondrous drop goal in the Stade de France, to secure victory over the French. Jacob Stockdale was without a doubt the standout star for Ireland. He broke Irish records to become the first Irish man to score multiple tries in consecutive games. Stockdale currently has scored 10 tries in total, and he only has 8 caps! Plus, did he mention that he is only 21?!

But this got us thinking! With Stockdale scoring tries and almost every match he has played in, are you able to name the top 10 Irish try scorers of all time? Why not give it a go? You have three minutes, ádh mór oraibh!

 


 

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Pippa Doyle

Pippa Doyle is a Sponsorship Executive at Littlewoods Ireland. She is a pop culture fanatic, avid Instagram scroller, and tea drinker; with a love of all things GAA, fashion, and chocolate. You will often find Pippa on the side lines of a GAA pitch!

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