Members of the Ireland Women's Sevens squad will take part in a two-week training camp in Sydney, Australia, ahead of competing in round 2 of the HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens Series in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Ireland Women's Sevens captain Lucy Mulhall, IRFU Director of Women's Rugby and Sevens, Anthony Eddy, and IRFU Performance Director David Nucifora speak about the World Rugby Women's Sevens Olympic Repechage tournament which will be hosted at the UCD Bowl next June.
The Irish Rugby Football Union have been selected to host the World Rugby Women's Sevens Olympic Repechage tournament, which will see 16 teams compete for the final remaining place at the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
Ireland finished in 12th place in the first leg of the HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens Series in Dubai. There were a lot of positives to be taken from the matches as the squad add to their international Sevens experience.
Ireland started the first leg of the HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens Series with an encouraging win over USA and performed well in their subsequent pool matches, despite losing to the experienced Canada and Fiji teams, to finish third in their pool.
Looking forward to locking horns with France, Conor Murray said: "I know with the type of players and type of game Guy Noves likes to play, they can throw up anything. We've got to be ready for any style of game, an offloading game, a free-flowing game."
Ireland forwards coach Simon Easterby chats about sharing the defence coaching duties, Sean O'Brien (tight hamstring) sitting out Wednesday's training session and also talks about the strength of the Welsh back row.
Andrew Trimble talks about coming back from injury to make Ireland's RBS 6 Nations squad and dealing with the excitement and nervousness ahead of a big game like Sunday's Championship opener against Wales.
We hear from returning front rowers Adam McBurney and Conan O'Donnell, captain James Ryan and fellow newcomer Paul Kiernan as the Ireland Under-20s look forward to opening the U-20 RBS 6 Nations on Friday night against Wales at their new home of Donnybrook.
Ireland prop Tadhg Furlong spoke about the excitement of facing his first RBS 6 Nations campaign, the challenge of scrummaging against Wales and his earliest memories of the Championship - which include apple pie!
We caught up with Ireland Women's captain Niamh Briggs at the RBS 6 Nations media launch in London. 'Briggsy' is looking forward to the Championship and welcoming some new faces into the Ireland squad.
Joe Schmidt has named five uncapped players in the Ireland squad - Ultan Dillane, CJ Stander, Josh van der Flier, Stuart McCloskey and Finlay Bealham. We spoke to them on their first day in Ireland camp.