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The International Rules Series is a senior men's international rules football competition between the Australia international rules football team and the Ireland international rules football team. The series is played biannually over two Test matches in November after the completion of the AFL Grand Final and the All-Ireland Football Final, which are both traditionally played in late September, and the winner is the team with the highest cumulative score over both Tests; however, there have been
As it happened: International Rules - Australia v Ireland. We provided minute-by-minute coverage, as Ireland took on Australia in the first International Rules test. Friday 28th of Oct 2011.
Gaelic games were played in Ireland against county and national sides in 1967, 1968 and 1978, with Australia winning all three series. Official International Rules Series games, involving a combination of Australian Football and Gaelic rules, began in 1984 and continued in 1986, 1987 and 1990. After an eight-year break, an annual series between Australia and Ireland was established in 1998 after a new agreement was struck between the AFL and the Gaelic Athletic Association.
The Australian Rules Football League of Ireland is an Australian rules football competition and is the governing body of Australian Football in Ireland. Ireland is ranked the number three country in Australian football outside of Australia despite having a smaller league than some of its lower-ranked competitors. Ireland has been a competitor and finalist in all AFL International Cups and a winner twice. The success of the Irish team has commonly been attributed to the ease at which Gaelic footb
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IT’S THE FIRST part of an Ireland v Australia sporting double-header. All eyes will be on Lansdowne Road later this afternoon but first, it’s time for the one-off International Rules Test in ...
From Croke Park in Dublin, Ireland
The Australian team, which was coached by Geelong's Chris Scott in 2017, will again hold a training camp in New York before the matches in Ireland next year. Australia reclaimed the Cormac McAnallen Cup in the last edition, winning both Tests, in Perth and Adelaide, by an aggregate score of 116-103.