As the Women's All-Ireland League kicked off on Sunday, some of Ireland's star internationals such as Niamh Briggs, Sophie Spence, Ailis Egan, Nora Stapleton and Tania Rosser drove their respective clubs to opening wins, while a number of up and coming players also made their mark. Kate Rowan rounds up the action.
The Ireland Under-18 Girls finished third in Pool B on the opening day of the Rugby Europe Under-18 Grand Prix Seven Series in Liege, Belgium. They will play defending champions England in tomorrow morning's Cup quarter-finals (9am Irish time).
Munster made it two IRFU Women's Interprovincial titles in-a-row - and eleven in all - as they put in an impressive performance to beat arch rivals Leinster 15-7 at Thomond Park on Saturday. Kate Rowan rounds up the action from the final round of the Championship.
Tries in each half from Leah Lyons and captain Niamh Briggs saw Munster reign supreme at Thomond Park on Saturday as they were crowned IRFU Women's Interprovincial champions for 2015/16. Check out our gallery of pics from the Munster v Leinster title decider.
The Ireland Under-18 Sevens Girls will meet Scotland in Sunday's Bowl semi-finals at the 2015 Sainsbury's UK School Games in Manchester. The game takes place at 10am and will be streamed live via the competition website.
The destination of the IRFU Women's Interprovincial Championship trophy for this year will be decided at Thomond Park on Saturday when reigning champions Munster and their arch rivals Leinster meet in a mouth-watering title decider.
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.