Decision Made On Principality Roof For Ireland & Wales Game
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Ireland and Wales have seemingly come to a decision regarding the roof of the Principality stadium.
The Welsh have made it know in the past that they prefer to play with a closed roof, but both teams must agree in advance in order for it to be closed.
Ireland stated earlier in the week that they are happy either way, and will make a decision based on the conditions forecasted for the game.
Wales coach Robin McBryde has confirmed in the last few minutes that the roof will be CLOSED, with both sides deciding it’s the better option.
Robin Mcbryde confirms the roof will be closed while Luke Charteris has come through the final session with a clean bill of health pic.twitter.com/wJ35EyGx4O
— Cennydd Davies (@CennyddDavies) March 9, 2017