Juveniles set to watch Ireland vs. Italy live and exclusive on a truly ‘big’ screen!

All juvenile players, their siblings and parents are invited to attend an exclusive big screen viewing of Ireland’s opening RBS 6 nations encounter on Saturday 2nd February. Taking place at Croke Park, Ireland entertain Italy - whom they narrowly defeated in Belfast last August – in what will be Eddie O’ Sullivan’s first re-building match since the disappointments of the World Cup in France.

We are delighted to announce that we have, in conjunction with the Cineplex and Supermacs in Carrick-on-Shannon, organised an exclusive live viewing of this match. This will take place at the recently opened and ‘state of the art’ facilities at the Carrick Cineplex, Carrick-on-Shannon. An entire auditorium has been reserved for the exclusive use of Sligo Juvenile Rugby.

Following normal training arrangements on Saturday 2nd February, buses will be on hand to transfer players and their families from the Institute of Technology, Sligo to Carrick-on-Shannon. Lunch will be available on arrival at Supermacs. This will be followed by a live viewing of the game at 2pm in the nearby Cineplex. Afterwards, everyone will be returned to the IT car park with an expected time of arrival of 4.30pm.

This event has been priced at €15 per traveller and includes the cost of travel, food and the cinema.

Please text, as soon as possible, 086 2548369 to confirm whether you wish to travel. Given the likelihood of muddy training conditions, all players intending on travelling to Carrick-on-Shannon are advised to bring a change of kit with them on Saturday.