The Ireland team is made up from players from Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland (ROI). The first anthem sung is "Amhran na bhFiann" (The Soldiers' Song), the ROI national anthem. The second anthem is "Ireland's Call", which is supposed to represent all of the players together.
The team itself includes the entire of Ireland (including Ulster / Northern Ireland). This creates an issue when it comes to an anthem. If the southern anthem was sung then players and fans from the north may take offence. Likewise the same applies vice-versa. Therefore when the team plays away matches a TEAM anthem is sung (Ireland's call). When playing matches at home both the southern anthem and the team anthem are sung.
Ireland has two world cup teams as there is Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland.
The duration of Glastonbury Anthems is 2 hours.
It was Rugby School 1823 where the game was developing in its earliest stages
The nickname "lions" is used to refer to the British and Irish Lions - A team made up of the best from the UK and Irish rugby union teams. This includes uncapped players who have missed national opportunities but are recognised for the Lions cap.
There wasn't actually a rugby team it was 2 school sides from the same school (rugby school warwickshire england) playing the game of football which later became rugby
No they are 2 differing team sports with different rules
You can play a custom team on career mode in Rugby Challenge 2 by completing the game. This unlocks many hidden parts of the game which includes custom teams on career mode.
In Rugby Union: 30 + 1 referee + 2 assistant referees = 33. In Rugby League 26 + 1 referee + 2 touch judges/linesmans = 29.
The New Zealand team couldn't play only in 2 countries and that is Indonesia, because they don't play rugby and Bangladesh.
It was England followed by scotland who were the first 2 countries to play an international