The tickets for the open session, which are free of charge, can be accessed through the Connacht Rugby website (www.connachtrugby.ie) from 10.00am on Friday 3rd July.

The full Ireland training squad will be present at the Sportsground as they continue their pre-season preparations ahead of the Guinness Series and the Rugby World Cup.

Gates at the Sportsground open to ticket holders at 9.30am with training due to commence at approximately 10:30am. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

The 2015 Guinness Summer Series will see Ireland take on Wales in Cardiff on Saturday 8th August before hosting Scotland a week later at the Aviva Stadium. On Saturday 29th August, Wales come to the Aviva Stadium with the final game of the series taking place in Twickenham against England on Saturday 5th September. Tickets for the two home games of the Guinness Summer Series are available from www.ticketmaster.ie.

Details of how to access tickets for the Ireland open sessions in Cork and Dublin will be announced in due course.

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