Relive all the excitement, tension and tries from the recent Women's Sevens Dublin tournament at UCD where Japan and hosts Ireland qualified for this season's World Rugby Women's Sevens Series. The full match replays can be watched below via the IRFU's YouTube Channel.
There were home victories for Munster and Leinster in the penultimate round of the IRFU Women's Interprovincial Championship, as they set up a title decider at Thomond Park next Saturday. Check out the best pics from last weekend's games.
Reigning IRFU Women's Interprovincial champions Munster and 2014 winners Leinster continued their winning ways in this season's tournament to set up a winner-takes-all clash for the title next weekend, writes Kate Rowan.
To borrow golfing parlance, today is 'moving day' in the IRFU Women's Interprovincial Championship. Can Connacht and Ulster bounce back from their opening weekend defeats, or will Munster and Leinster keep on track to set up a title decider at Thomond Park next Saturday?
Amidst the excitement of the Women's Sevens Dublin tournament, at which Ireland won a place on the World Series, there was one section of the final day devoted to the development of Women's rugby. Eight teams made up of Under-18 girls got the chance to train with players from the Ireland Women's Sevens and 15-a-side squads.
With four tries in six games, Jenny Murphy made an invaluable contribution to Ireland's cause at the Women's Sevens Dublin tournament as Anthony Eddy's charges booked their World Rugby Women's Sevens Series berth with an impressive second place finish.
Reigning champions Munster made a successful start to the 2015/16 IRFU Women's Championship courtesy of a hard-fought win away to Connacht, while Leinster launched their title bid with a 38-0 bonus point defeat of Ulster. Check out the best pics from round 1.
As stars of Ireland's Six Nations-winning campaign were shining at the Women's Sevens Dublin tournament, there were also stellar performances from fellow internationals such as Ireland captain Niamh Briggs, Ailis Egan and Sophie Spence in the fifteen-a-side game in the opening round of the IRFU Women's Interprovincial Championship. Kate Rowan reviews the action.
Unbeaten Japan and host nation Ireland will compete in the 2015/16 World Rugby Women's Sevens Series after finishing top of the pile at the end of two thrilling days of the Women's Sevens Dublin tournament.
The all-important second day of the Women's Sevens Dublin tournament is upon us, as the race to qualify for the 2015/16 World Rugby Women's Sevens Series reaches its climax. You can keep track of every game today right here with our IRFU Live Blog.
Eight teams, including hosts Ireland, woke up this morning still in the running to qualify for the 2015/16 World Rugby Women's Sevens Series. You can follow all the Women's Sevens Dublin day 2 action live right here on IrishRugby.ie.
18 matches, 252 minutes of exciting Sevens rugby, watched by an enthusiastic multi-nation crowd, all live-streamed and live-blogged with #womens7s trending on Twitter. It was quite a day for the participants and those watching on at the Women's Sevens Dublin tournament.
The action will be fast and furious at the UCD Bowl today as 12 teams compete on the first day of the Women's Sevens Dublin tournament. You can keep track of every game right here with our IRFU Live Blog.
Portadown RFC and the Sportsground in Galway play host to the two opening fixtures of this season's IRFU Women's Interprovincial Championship as Ulster entertain Leinster and Connacht tackle defending champions Munster. Kate Rowan previews Saturday's games.
The twelve Women's Sevens Dublin captains were out in force in central Dublin earlier today as the countdown continues to this weekend's World Rugby Women's Sevens qualifying tournament at the UCD Bowl.