Tadhg Furlong Shows Up At Hometown Rugby Club In Wexford With Silverware

He might be Grand Slam winner, but Tadhg Furlong will never let anything go to his head…

His humble character is juxtaposed with his sheer talent on the rugby pitch.

After winning the Grand Slam last weekend, Furlong quickly found himself back in Wexford.

In Wexford, he turned up at his old primary school. Not only did he turn up, but he also brought the silverware – the Triple Crown and the Grand Slam trophies.

Later, he attended an event at his old rugby club, New Ross Rugby club.

Here, he posed for pictures with the trophies and with the countless people in attendance.

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