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Ireland coach Schmidt surprised by Wales' Six Nations roof request

BBC News Thursday, 14 March 2019
Ireland coach Schmidt surprised by Wales' Six Nations roof requestJoe Schmidt hints Wales broke Six Nations protocol in asking for the Principality Stadium roof to be closed for Saturday's game.
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