This is your team leader talking. Welcome to IRFU Airlines, RWC 2023 flights. After takeoff, I’ll tow this old box high enough that you’re looking down on Ireland’s training for the next Rugby World Cup. The news was received by cheers from Irish supporters in the booth. Rugby Fans can buy RWC 2023 Tickets from our website.
Because this flight conveys the spirit of the 1987 World Cup, the responsible alcohol service has been suspended, smoking is allowed, toilets are free for everyone and the IRFU pays for it.
So get ready as we’re going way beyond the weekly trivia like whether an Australian or a New Zealander should play on Ireland’s left-wing and get ready for a sight of what Ireland is doing for France 2023.
To Michael in the galley. Send some cheeky G&Ts to the cockpit when you’re ready. Tower. After a while, through the smoke of cigarettes and the buzz of the cabin bar, the captain came out of the intercom again.
You can see the Rugby World Cup 2023 impending on the horizon if you look out the harbor window. I can get you to say, ‘Oh my Gosh, it’s much closer than I thought.’ Well, that’s a typical Irish response. On 9 September next year, Ireland will play their first Rugby World Cup match in Bordeaux.
As the cabin party shifted into gear, the captain continued.
A lookout the starboard window, it’s the right side of all the non-air puppets, two weeks later in The Decisive Ireland v South Africa pool match in Paris is in sight, a match that could decide whether Ireland will be knocked out in the quarter-finals for their 10th successive Rugby World Cup.
We see some big challenges for Ireland next year, trust me I part your pain if we think about it. On the plus side, we can all see that Ireland has done a lot of good work the change. There’s an exciting new plan of attack, the selection policy is correct and there is a delightful reconsidering of the team’s game plan.
At that moment there was a huge cheer in the cabin. Impulsively, the now well-oiled Irish supporters started singing Guantanamera tunes.