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# Onward

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'The best atmosphere in my 30 years going to Lansdowne Road' - When Ireland beat the All Blacks on home soil
A highly-anticipated meeting between the nations ranked first and second in the world, Ireland produced a near-perfect performance to overcome New Zealand.
'Going to London on St Patrick's Day and winning the Grand Slam will probably never be repeated'
Rugby pundits remember an unforgettable moment in Irish sporting history.
Success Down Under: Remembering Ireland's first Series win in Australia since 1979
Despite losing the first Test, the Six Nations champions defeated the Wallabies 2-1 in June 2018.
A key victory over the old enemy that kick-started Ireland's 12-game winning streak
At the end of a disappointing 2017 Six Nations campaign, Joe Schmidt’s side stopped England from claiming the Grand Slam at the Aviva Stadium.
'We had to go out and attack them' - How Ireland made history against the All Blacks in Chicago
Joe Schmidt’s side faced down the haka at Soldier Field in 2016.
'It had never been done before' - When Ireland beat the Springboks on South African soil
In June 2016, they earned a first-ever Test win at Newlands Stadium in Cape Town.
'Celebrations turned to shrieks' - Remembering the drama as Ireland sealed back-to-back Six Nations titles
2015 witnessed Joe Schmidt’s men secure a second championship thanks to their record win in Murrayfield on the final day.
One day in Paris: BOD's farewell, Schmidt's first Six Nations crown and brilliance from Sexton
In the first instalment of ‘Onward’ with Volkswagen, we relive a great occasion for Irish rugby from 2014.