The Ireland Women's Sevens management team have selected a squad of 12 to travel to the Amsterdam 7s Invitational Tournament this weekend as they continue to develop and build the playing experience of the Irish Women's panel.
Head coach Nigel Carolan talks about the squad selection for next month's World Rugby Under-20 Championship in Manchester, while captain James Ryan is looking forward to leading the side against pool rivals Wales, New Zealand and Georgia.
Director of Sevens and Women's Rugby, Anthony Eddy, has named the Ireland Women's Sevens squad to compete in the final leg of the HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens Series in Clermont-Ferrand this weekend.
PwC is delighted to announce that, following 10 years of support, they will renew their sponsorship of the IRFU for another four years. As part of the partnership, PwC continue as the official sponsors of the Ireland Under-20, Under-19 and Under-18 teams.
Incoming World Rugby Chairman Bill Beaumont, Dick Spring, the Chairman of Ireland's 2023 Rugby World Cup bid, and Jim Beggan of Dublin City Council were at the launch of the Women's Rugby World Cup logo in UCD last week to show their support for Ireland 2017.
We spoke to Ireland players Sophie Spence, Claire McLaughlin and dual player Sene Naoupu at the launch of the Women's Rugby World Cup 2017 logo last week. All three are relishing the prospect of Ireland hosting the tournament next year.
IRFU Chief Executive Philip Browne was at the launch of the Women's Rugby World Cup 2017 logo in UCD this week. He spoke about the impact that hosting the tournament will have for rugby in Ireland and how it will showcase the unique character of Irish Rugby.
Ireland Women's captain Niamh Briggs spoke about her excitement for the Women's Rugby World Cup as the official tournament logo was unveiled in UCD today. She is also looking forward to facing England, Canada and New Zealand in November this year as part of the build-up to #WRWC2017.
The Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) and World Rugby today unveiled the tournament identity for the Women's Rugby World Cup 2017 (WRWC 2017) which will be held in Dublin and Belfast in August of next year.
The IRFU has been shortlisted for an Excellence in PR Award by the Public Relations Consultants Association (PCRA) for the #ShouldertoShoulder campaign supporting the Ireland team at the Rugby World Cup.