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The Full Bag of Chips: Ireland and the Triple Crown

by Peter O'Reilly

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'Once we beat England, the players knew they had the chance to be part of something really special. They knew that when Scotland came to town, [the Triple Crown] was there for the taking. We'd be playing for the full bag of chips' - Eddie O' Sullivan. This is the definitive account of Ireland's first 'trophy' in 19 years, with analysis and anecdotes from the players and coaches, including the likes of Clive Woodward and Lawrence Dallaglio, on Ireland's historic victory over the world champions at Twickenham. O'Reilly also delves into the six previous Triple Crowns, revealing how, on the night of their decisive victory over Wales, three of the 1948 team spent a few hours under lock and key.

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