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Tuesday, February 5, 2013

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The Town House Hotel Dublin wishes both Ireland and England all the best for their encounter on February 10th, 2013 at the Aviva Stadium Dublin, here at the Town House Hotel Dublin we sponsor a young up and coming Rugby team in Galway and so we know the effort that it takes to make a good team, in order to celebrate the great game of Rugby we are offering rugby fans as special 10% Discount for the England v Ireland game at the Aviva Stadium, you will also enjoy a FREE Full-Irish Breakfast, making sure that you are ready for the big game.

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Brian O'Driscoll insists it doesn't matter who captains Ireland during the RBS 6 Nations, adamant it doesn't change the way he plays the game.
It was a typically marauding performance from the 34-year-old with just one difference as he was not in his usual role of captain – that responsibility landing at the feet of Jamie Heaslip following O’Driscoll’s sitting out the 2012 Six Nations and autumn internationals with injury. 

But despite not walking the team out O’Driscoll admits that it won’t stop him leading by example on the pitch for the rest of the tournament. 

"It was real Six Nations stuff, which you expect when you come to Cardiff," he said.

"The captaincy doesn't make any difference - I still see myself as a leader in the team and helping Jamie out where I can. 

"You don't play any differently if you're captain. You always try to lead by the way you play."

Meanwhile, Ireland will delay naming their team to face England until Friday in an attempt to give some of their walking wounded a chance to recover. 

Keith Earls will see a specialist after picking up a late shoulder injury in the victory over Wales while captain Heaslip suffered a cut to his leg.

Full-back Rob Kearney reported stiffness in his back after the game and underwent a precautionary scan, which reported no injury and he will be available for training

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