12 Dec, 14:42
Prop Cian Healy is expected to miss the start of the 2014 RBS 6 Nations after undergoing surgery on his injured ankle on Wednesday.
Mary Nolan, Head of Marketing with Anglo Irish Bank, the IWRFU's major sponsors, said at the event: "We would like to take this opportunity to wish the Irish squad well at the Women's Rugby World Cup in Canada. It is a huge achievement for them to have reached this stage and we know they will do their country proud over the coming weeks."
UL Bohemians, Leinster and Ireland prop Fiona Coughlan with her father Mick, who works for Anglo Irish Bank, at Palmerstown House.
Sports journalist Cathal Dervan (The Star) and IWRFU Treasurer Rohan West with Shannon, Munster and Ireland's Joy Neville.
Multi-talented number eight Neville said after an enjoyable day's golf: "This was a fantastic way for us to relax ahead of our departure for the World Cup. We've had a good build-up and our wins over Canada and Scotland have boosted our preparations for this tough tournament.
"We're all hugely looking forward now to getting out on the pitch and playing our opening game against France."
Clontarf RFC's John Butler poses with Fiona Coghlan.
The Irish Women's squad physio Shirley Real lines up with Peter William, David Kelly and Liam Pender at Palmerstown House.
Shirley Real tees off in Johnstown in drizzly conditions.
Orla Brennan, Shirley Real, Joy Neville, Fiona Coghlan and Joanne O'Sullivan at the IWRFU's Golf Day.
**All photos by Morgan Treacy of Inpho Photography**