2015 Rugby World Cup Results & Fixtures in Full
And then there were four...
It's been a long week for Irish Rugby Fans after our disappointing World Cup exit to Argentina last Sunday, but the focus comes back onto the pitch this weekend as the final pairing will be decided.
Former Irish International Dave Corkery will join us on Saturdays show to offer his analysis of the first semi final featuring defending champions New Zealand and South Africa, while on Sunday Former Ireland Winger Moss Finn is on hand to give his views on Argentina versus Australia.
Join us on The Big Red Bench Saturday and Sunday from 6pm, right after both semi finals.
Semi Finals Fixtures
New Zealand V South Africa - Saturday October 24th at 4pm
Argentina V Australia - Sunday October 25th at 4pm
The 2015 Rugby World Cup results are as follows;
Friday 18th September
England 35-11 Fiji Pool A Twickenham, London
Saturday 19th September
12.00 - Georgia 17-10 Tonga Pool C Kingsholm
14.30 - Ireland 50-7 Canada Pool D Millennium Stadium
16.45 - Japan 34-32 South Africa Pool B Brighton Community Stadium
20.00 - France 32-10 Italy Pool D Twickenham, London
Sunday 20th September
12.00 - Samoa 25-16 USA Pool B Brighton Community Stadium
14.30 - Wales 54-9 Uruguay Pool A Millennium Stadium
16.45 - New Zealand 26-16 Argentina Pool C Wembley
Wednesday 23rd September
14.30 - Scotland 45-10 Japan Pool B Kingsholm
16.45 - Australia 28-13 Fiji Pool A Millennium Stadium
20.00 - France 38-11 Romania Pool D Olympic Stadium
Thursday 24th September
20.00 - New Zealand 58-14 Namibia Pool C Olympic Stadium
Friday 25th September
16.45 - Argentina 54-9 Georgia Pool C Kingsholm
Saturday 26th September
14.30 - Italy 23-18 Canada Pool D Elland Road
16.45 - South Africa 46-6 Samoa Pool B Villa Park
20.00 - Wales 28-25 England Pool A Twickenham, London
Sunday 27th September
12.00 - Australia 65-3 Uruguay Pool A Villa Park
14.30 - Scotland 39-16 USA Pool B Elland Road
16.45 - Ireland 44-10 Romania Pool D Wembley
Tuesday 29th September
16.45 - Tonga 35-21 Namibia Pool C Sandy Park
Thursday 1st October
16.45 - Wales 23-13 Fiji Pool A Millennium Stadium
20.00 - France 41-18 Canada Pool D Stadium MK
Friday 2nd October
20.00 - New Zealand 43-10 Georgia Pool C Millennium Stadium
Saturday 3rd October
14.30 - Samoa 5-26 Japan Pool B Stadium MK
16.45 - South Africa 34-16 Scotland Pool B St James’ Park
20.00 - England 13-33 Australia Pool A Twickenham, London
Sunday 4th October
14.30 - Argentina 45-16 Tonga Pool C Leicester City Stadium
16.45 - Ireland 16-9 Italy Pool D Olympic Stadium
Tuesday 6th October
16.45 - Canada 15-17 Romania Pool D Leicester City Stadium
20.00 - Fiji 47-15 Uruguay Pool A Stadiummk
Wednesday 7th October
16.45 - South Africa 64-0 USA Pool B Olympic Stadium
20.00 - Namibia 16-17 Georgia Pool C Sandy Park
Friday 9th October
20.00 - New Zealand 47-9 Tonga Pool C St James’ Park
Saturday 10th October
14.30 - Samoa 33-36 Scotland Pool B St James’ Park
16.45 - Australia 15-6 Wales Pool A Twickenham, London
20.00 - England 60-3 Uruguay Pool A Manchester City Stadium
Sunday 11th October
12.00 - Argentina 64-19 Namibia Pool C Leicester City Stadium
14.30 - Italy 32-22 Romania Pool D Sandy Park
16.45 - France 9-24 Ireland Pool D Millennium Stadium
20.00 - USA 18-28 Japan Pool B Kingsholm
Quarter Final Results;
QF1 - South Africa 23-19 Wales - Twickenham
QF2 - New Zealand 62-13 France - Millennium Stadium
Sunday 18th October
QF3 - Ireland 20-43 Argentina - Millennium Stadium
QF4 - Australia 35-34 Scotland - Twickenham, London
Tune in to The Big Red Bench with Ruairi O'Hagan and Lisa Lawlor every Saturday and Sunday evening from 6pm.
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