10 Dec, 12:23
Ireland's John Lacey will referee his first ever RBS 6 Nations match in February, while Alain Rolland is also included in the Elite Panel in what is his last season.
The Ireland Women's side will play two of their fixture in the 2006 Women's Six Nations championship at Donnybrook next month.
Ireland will play Six Nations fixtures at Donnybrook for the first time this season when they host Spain in Dublin on February 4, and Wales on February 25. Ireland's other home game, against Scotland, will be held at Navan RFC in Meath.
Philip Doyle's side will warm-up for the competition with a game against the USA on January 25 at Thomond Park. The two teams will meet again in the Women's Rugby World Cup in Canada in the autumn.
IRELAND WOMEN'S 2006 INTERNATIONAL FIXTURES:
- FRIENDLY -
January 25: IRELAND v USA, Thomond Park, 7.00pm
- WOMEN'S SIX NATIONS -
February 4: IRELAND v Spain, Donnybrook, 5.00pm
February 11: France v IRELAND, Montauban, Toulouse, 7.30pm
February 25: IRELAND v Wales, Donnybrook, 3.00pm
March 10: IRELAND v Scotland, Navan RFC, 7.00pm
March 18: England v IRELAND, Old Albanians RFC< St Albans, 3.00pm