"It's about five years since we had a Women's team at DLSP. It's a great time to bring it back now with the work that the Ireland Women's team have done (in boosting the profile of the game)," she said.
"You really don't need to know the 'ins' and 'outs' of rugby or to have played it at all. Every help will be there for you.
"We have a huge catchment area, we go from Enniskerry to Milltown. There are no other clubs in that area offering Women's rugby. The Leinster Branch have come on board and have been really supportive of us in trying to get this off the ground."
Table toppers Terenure College and Galwegians both suffered surprise defeats in the Ulster Bank League today, as UCD ran five tries past 'Nure at Lakelands Park and Dublin University's impressive unbeaten run continued against 'Wegians at College Park.
Mick McGrath is one of the latest players to make the step up from Ulster Bank League rugby to the professional game. The young Leinster winger has scored tries against Cardiff and Edinburgh so far this season.
Speaking at the launch of the Ulster Bank League Awards, Ireland assistant coach Les Kiss says he loves getting out to watch club rugby with one of his recent games being Armagh v Greystones in Division 2B.
Ulster Bank rugby ambassador Alan Quinlan talks about the importance of the Ulster Bank League to Irish rugby - as a pathway to the professional game and a platform for players to represent their local communities.
Irish Rugby TV brings you highlights of UCD's Ulster Bank League Division 1A win over Lansdowne, with Ireland Under-20 out-half Ross Byrne scoring a try and three penalties for the victorious students.
You've finished training but what should you eat to help your body to recover? Getting the balance right is all important so check out #Eat2Compete and download the factsheets on www.irishrugby.ie/eat2compete.
Eating the right food is only one part of nutrition for young players. Hydration is a key element. How much? How often? Check out our #Eat2Compete guide to hydration and download the factsheets from www.irishrugby.ie/eat2compete.
Simple tips for young players to keep healthy throughout the season - 'Eat Well, Stay Well, Play Well' - it will benefit you on and off the field. For more check out #Eat2Compete or www.irishrugby.ie/eat2compete