While Munster may have taken the senior Interprovincial title earlier this season, it was Leinster and Ulster who proved strongest in the Girls U-18 Interprovincial Development Blitz in Lucan last Saturday.
Three Dublin-based sides lead the way after the opening three rounds in Division 1 of the Women's All-Ireland League, as Blackrock, Old Belvedere and Railway Union remain unbeaten. Kate Rowan reviews the latest matches.
The International Rugby Board has announced a strong line-up of speakers to participate in a panel discussion on 'Integrity: Protecting integrity and promoting inclusion', at the IRB World Rugby Conference and Exhibition that will take place on November 17-18 at the Hilton London Metropole.
Three teams - leaders Munster, Connacht and last year's winners Leinster - are still in the running to be crowned IRFU Women's Interprovincial champions for 2014/15. It all makes for a fascinating final round on Saturday.
The Ireland Under-18 Girls squad came away from last weekend's inaugural FIRA/AER Under-18 European Sevens Championship as Plate winners (fifth place overall). They won four of their six games in Enkoping, Sweden.
Ireland ran in 11 tries in all on Sunday as they overcame Italy and Portugal on the way to winning the Plate title at the inaugural FIRA/AER Under-18 European Girls Sevens Championship in Enkoping, Sweden.
Munster won a defensive chess match against Leinster to make it two wins out of two in the IRFU Women's Interprovincial Championship, while seven-try Connacht dazzled Ulster in Galway. Kate Rowan reviews the round 2 games.