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WIN: The ideal Rugby World Cup brunch for you and your friends

With thanks to Volkswagen, we will feed one lucky group of Ireland fans ahead of this Saturday’s Pool A clash against Samoa.

Two Ireland fans enjoying the tournament.
Two Ireland fans enjoying the tournament.
Image: Eugene Hoshiko

IRELAND’S RUGBY WORLD Cup hopes all boil down to this weekend’s Pool A decider against Samoa. 

The team’s performances in Japan have been mixed thus far, but victory in Fukuoka on Saturday will guarantee Joe Schmidt’s men progression to the quarter-finals. 

The whole nation will be tuned for kick-off at 11.45am (Irish time), and The42 are giving away the perfect prize to set you and your friends up for a busy day of sport. 

With thanks to Volkswagen, sponsor of our 2019 Rugby World Cup coverage, we will provide one lucky group of Ireland supporters (maximum 10 people) with brunch on the morning of the game.  

It will be delivered right to your door, so all you have to worry about is sitting back and enjoying the match. 

To enter, simply email the answer to the following question along with your name and location to competitions@the42.ie:

Name the ex-Samoan international who coached an Irish province to their first-ever major trophy.

The competition will close at 8pm on Thursday evening and a winner will then be randomly picked. Entrants must be based in Ireland. 

Volkswagen has been proud sponsors of Irish Rugby since 2011, and is also rugby partner to The42 during the 2019 World Cup. For more, visit volkswagen.ie/rugby  

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