England V Ireland 1970

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    No title - England v Ireland in rugby international. Twickenham, Greater London.

    M/S as Ireland kick off. Various shots of the match, a penalty is awarded to Ireland. C/U skipper Kiernan placing ball for the kick. Kiernan kicks and scores goal. M/S crowd applauding. M/S half time scoreboard; England 0, Ireland 3.

    Low M/S scrum, the ball comes out in England's favour. The ball goes to Hiller who kicks a distance from the goal, M/S one of the Ireland team running towards post as ball goes through, M/S crowd cheering in background. M/S crowd applauding. Low M/S England attacking, the ball is passed across field. M/S as Hiller kicks up field. M/S ball coming towards the post. Zoom back to show M/S of posts. M/S scoreboard; England 6 Ireland 3. Various shots of the match, the team go into scrum. The ball comes out to Shackleton who runs for the line and touches down. C/U Shackleton. M/S cheering crowds and referee awarding a try. C/U crowd cheering. M/S's teams congratulating each other. Final score England 9, Ireland 3.

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    Cataloguer:
    Emma
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    57809
    Sort Number:
    70/015
    Time in/Out:
    01:09:32:00 / 01:10:55:00
    Canister:
    70/15
    Film ID:
    2243.09
    Issue Date:
    19/02/1970
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