Kearney, O'Gara and three beds in a room - Brian O'Driscoll speaks to SportsJOE
One of the best players to ever pick up the oval ball, Brian O'Driscoll's first Guinness Six Nations came in the tournament's inception as a six-team tournament. Twenty years on, he remains one of the best voices in rugby punditry.
Ireland kick off their campaign this Saturday against Scotland. With five potential debutants in the squad, Johnny Sexton wearing the armband and a new Head Coach in Andy Farrell, it's an exciting new era as Ireland look to once again shake off a disappointing World Cup campaign.
Grand Slam-winning captain O'Driscoll sat down with SportsJOE to talk about his Guinness Six Nations memories, how much Ireland will miss Rob Kearney and who he'd rather share a room with; Trimby or Fla. You can check it out in the video below:
Pictured on his home home turf in Clontarf, Brian O’Driscoll has teamed up with GUINNESS to launch a host of GUINNESS SIX NATIONS experiences which celebrate a fusion of the six competing nations inspired cultures through events available to the public. The first experience on 31st January, will be a hike along the iconic Howth Head followed by a meal in a local pub, hosted by former on field rival rugby internationals, Tommy Bowe and Thom Evans. Those wishing to secure a spot on the hike should email GuinnessSixNationsExperiences@ogilvy.com with their name, date of birth and mobile phone number by 23:59 on Tuesday, 28th January. Over 18's only. For full terms and conditions and further information on ticketing and open to the public details for all experiences, visit www.guinness.com.