09 Aug 2022

Tipperary woman witnessed sporting history being made in New Zealand

Stephanie Quaid from Clonmel cheered Irish team to victory

Stephanie Quaid

Stephanie Quaid (left) and her friends were delighted with the Irish rugby team's success in New Zealand

Stephanie Quaid from Northfield House, Clonmel and her friends were in Wellington last Saturday to watch sporting history being made, as Ireland’s rugby team secured its first Test series victory over the All Blacks in New Zealand, winning the deciding international 32-22.

Stephanie is daughter of Caroline and the late Des Quaid, Northfield House and formerly of Ballinacurra, Limerick.

Des was a well-known rugby player who was captain of Garryowen FC and London Irish.

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