DONAL LENIHAN: Weather gods may be looking kindly on Ireland's quest for glory

I couldn’t help but think how, with the vast majority of the country covered in a thick blanket of snow over the entire weekend, that perhaps Ireland’s Six Nations title aspirations are written in the stars, writes Donal Lenihan.

Ireland's Fergus Slattery (centre) passes to Robbie McGrath (9) in the Five Nations clash with Wales at Lansdowne Road in January 1982.

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