As the Ireland Women continue their preparations for their first ever full autumn international series, Ireland Women's head coach Tom Tierney has confirmed a squad of 36 players to take part in a one-day camp this weekend in DCU.
Strong in the first half and resilient in the second, UL Bohemians maintained their perfect start to the Women's All-Ireland League season while ruining that of their rivals. Aisling Crowe has a full round-up of Sunday's action.
Due to an injury to Audrey O'Flynn, the Ireland Women's Sevens management have called up Sene Naoupu to the squad to compete at the Rugby Europe Women's Sevens Grand Prix Series tournament in Malemort, France this weekend.
Canterbury, the world's leading rugby brand, and the IRFU have unveiled the new alternate kit for the 2016/17 season. Created by Canterbury, the kit features a contemporary design with a range of innovative technologies developed to enhance performance on pitch.
IRFU Director of Women's and Sevens Rugby, Anthony Eddy, has named the Ireland Women's Sevens squad to travel to Malemort, France to compete in the second leg of the Rugby Europe Sevens Grand Prix Series this weekend.
With three years to go until Rugby World Cup 2019 kicks off in Japan, the milestone has been marked with a nationwide celebration to commemorate the anniversary of one of the nation's biggest ever sporting achievements.
Old Belvedere and Galwegians top the table after the second round of the Women's All-Ireland League. A one-point win in an epic 87-point game against Cooke saw 'Wegians maintain pace with defending champions 'Belvo yesterday.
Irish rugby legend Paul O'Connell, IRFU President Stephen Hilditch, Aldi's Giles Hurley and An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD talk about 'Aldi Play Rugby' - the IRFU's national participation initiative for school children.
The Irish Rugby Football Union today announced a new partnership with Aldi Ireland that will see Aldi provide a substantial investment to support 'Play Rugby' - the IRFU's national participation initiative for school children over the next four years.
'I wouldn't have taken this job on if I didn't think there are players with the ability to go to New Zealand and win. There's some real talent there at the moment, there's some pace, players with footwork, there's experience in the forward pack, there's some size as well and some real skill' - the words of Warren Gatland as he looks forward to coaching the 2017 British & Irish Lions squad.