Coronavirus: Ireland vs Italy Six Nations game postponed

Ireland’s Six Nations match against Italy in Dublin next month has been postponed amid concerns over the coronavirus.

The IRFU confirmed the news after a meeting between their chief executive Phillip Browne and health minister Simon Harris on Wednesday.

The governing body then said in a statement: “At the outset we made it clear that the IRFU was supportive of the government’s need to protect public health in relation to the Coronavirus.

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