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Where are they now? The last Irish team to beat France in Paris

Keith Wood captained Ireland to a memorable win at Stade de France.

IRELAND HAVE BEATEN France in Paris just twice in the past 42 years. Joe Schmidt’s side will need to emulate the Irish team from 2000, who beat the French 27-25, if they are to win their first Six Nations championship since 2009.

This is where the heroes of the Stade de France are now.

Peter Clohessey

Peter Clohessy

A bar and nigthclub owner in Limerick.

Source: Billy Stickland/INPHO

Keith Wood

Keith Wood 2002

Have several business interests but keeps his hand in with rugby commentary and punditry for the BBC and Newstalk.

Source: ©INPHO

John Hayes

John Hayes says goodbye to the crowd

Worked on his farm throughout his playing career and is now involved full-time.

Source: Billy Stickland/INPHO

Mick Galwey

Mick Galwey, Frankie Sheahan and Peter Clohessy, who took part in the Ballygowan Pink ÔBe Part of ItÕ charity tug-of-war

Was involved in an engineering company up until 2012. Often appears at events and functions as a guest speaker, and fronts sporting tours (success as the Lions trip to Australia).

Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHO

Malcolm O’Kelly

Malcolm O'Kelly 11/8/2007

Works as an orthopaedic specialist and is an ambassador for children's development charity Plan Ireland.

Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHO

Simon Easterby

Simon Easterby

Head coach at Llanelli Scarlets.

Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHO

Kieron Dawson

Kieron Dawson 22/9/2001

The former openside is now head coach of third tier English club side Worthing Rangers.

Source: INPHO

Anthony Foley

Anthony Foley 11/2/2014

'Axel' coached Ireland Wolfhounds and was Ireland's forwards. Munster have announced him as their new head coach from next season.

Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHO

Peter Stringer and Ronan O’Gara

Peter Stringer and Ronan O'Gara 27/3/2004

The diminutive Stringer is still playing the the Premiership with Bath Rugby. O'Gara is backs and skills coach at Racing Métro.

Source: INPHO

Denis Hickie

Denis Hickie 13/10/2001

Embraced the business world after retiring from rugby. Spends much of his time abroad meeting clients and concluding deals. Only spoke to TheScore.ie from Singapore on Friday.

Source: INPHO

Rob Henderson

Rob Henderson scores

Listed as director at Rob Henderson Consulting Ltd. Nepotism at work.

Source: Patrick Bolger/INPHO

Brian O’Driscoll

Brian O'Driscoll 19/3/2000

Will line out with Ireland for the 133rd and final time in Paris this evening. record try-scorer for his country.

Source: Billy Stickland/INPHO

Kevin Maggs

Kevin Maggs 12/3/2005

Head coach of English Championship side Moseley. Teaching the Moseley lads the art of the crash ball.

Source: INPHO

Girvan Dempsey

Girvan Dempsey

Head of the Leinster Rugby Academy.

Source: Billy Stickland/INPHO

Ireland subs: Frankie Sheahan, Justin Fitzpatrick, Paddy Johns, Andy Ward, Guy Easterby, Davis Humphreys, Michael Mullins.

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