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Win a Six Nations matchday hamper by telling us your best story from going to Ireland v England

We’re looking for fans to take part in the final instalment of our ‘Hear The Roar’ series.

THIS WEEK MARKS the three-year anniversary of Ireland winning their most recent Six Nations Grand Slam at a packed Twickenham on St Patrick’s Day.  

A truly magical occasion for Irish rugby, but how the world has changed since then. 

On Saturday, England arrive in Dublin to face Andy Farrell’s team but there will be a sterile atmosphere at the Aviva Stadium as no fans can attend. With neither side in the hunt for the championship, there’s also just pride to play for. 

aidan-odonnell-cathel-quinlivan-and-kevin-hayes Ireland supporters outside Twickenham on St Patrick's Day in 2018. Source: Bryan Keane/INPHO

We’re running the final instalment of ‘Hear The Roar’, a series of articles remembering the good times — in partnership with our Six Nations coverage sponsor William Hill — and we want you to win a great prize by taking part. 

Do you have a memorable story about going to a Six Nations match between Ireland and England, either at Twickenham or the Aviva Stadium?

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Simply email or comment below with your full name and where you’re from, and tell us all about it — the year, the venue and what made it so memorable. 

Those picked to feature in the series will win themselves a Six Nations matchday hamper, which will undoubtedly improve your experience of watching the action on TV.

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