The Six Nations rugby tournament made a welcome return to the airwaves last week with the Irish demolition of all things Italian.
Poor old Italy.
If it wasn’t for pizza, pasta, gelato, fine clothes and shoes, fancy cars, ski resorts, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and many great football teams, Italy would be a definite non entity in life.
As I was saying, poor old Italy.
And so today is the big finale with all three concluding games being played at separate times with Ireland, England and France all still in with a chance of overall victory.
A bonus point win, one in which four tries are scored by the winning team, is all that Ireland need in order to guarantee the laurel wreath.
And we’re playing France.
Depending on how England get on in the earlier game against Italy, we may not require the bonus point.
Mere victory over the French in Paris may well be all we need.
We can do it.