Well it has certainly been an eventful week for the Irish Wolfhounds and the Blarney Army. After the exciting but ultimately heartbreaking loss to Tonga last Monday, we were granted a lifeline when Samoa defeated Tonga 20-12 at Penrith on Friday night. In the meantime, the side has its team photo on Sydney Harbour, visited the wonderful Penrith Gaels club and also took the opportunity to indulge in some team bonding by getting matching tattoos. Ni neart go cur le cheile (no strength without unity) was inked on various parts of the players Like
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