08/02/1938 : Ireland v England
Good condition programme from this very rare game played at Lansdowne Road.
Writing on the front and some loose pages.
England won 36-18
11/02/1961 : Ireland v England
Good condition programme from this game, marks on the fornt played at Lansdowne Road.
Ireland won 11-8.
OUT OF STOCK
21/02/1976 : Ireland v Wales
Very good condition programme from this game played at Lansdowne Road, name change sin pen
OUT OF STOCK
30/03/1985 : Ireland v England
Very good condition programme from this game played at Lansdowne Road.
Re-scheduled from Jan 19th
Triple Crown season for Ireland
08/03/2003 : Ireland v France
Mint condition programme from this Six Nations encounter at Lansdowne Road.
Ireland kept alive their dreams of a Grand Slam with a hard-fought and try-less 15-12 win over France, four penalties from David Humphreys the key as the boot dominated a tense RBS Six Nations encounter in a damp Dublin.
There may have been no tries scored at Lansdowne Road, but both sets of players displayed enough raw passion and skill to ensure plenty of entertainment for rugby purists.
Surprisingly, given what was riding on this match, the crowd were relatively subdued for much of the game, though it may have been the tension of the occasion which got to the spectators.
Ireland won 15-12.
22/02/2004 : Ireland v Wales
Mint condition programme from this game at Lansdowne Road.
Ireland recorded an easy 36-15 RBS Six Nations win over Wales at Lansdowne. The home team scored six tries to two - with hooker Shane Byrne scoring two of Ireland's five-pointers.
The wind blew effectively at Irish backs on a cold, sunny Dublin afternoon and at half-time the Irish led 24-3, four tries to nil. They scored another two in the second half before losing interest and impetus in a plethora of changes, enabling the eager Welsh to score two tries for a final score of 36-15, the extent of the Irish victory a surprise.