6 Dec, 10:47
Ireland will take on South Africa, Australia and a leading European Tier 2 nation at the Aviva Stadium during the GUINNESS Series in November 2014.
WOMEN'S SIX NATIONS CHAMPIONSHIP: Scotland Women 15 Ireland Women 5, Murrayfield Scorers: Scotland: Tries: Rimma Petlevannaya, Mel Christie; Con: Paula Chalmers; Pen: Chalmers Ireland: Try: Rachel Boyd
Phillip Doyle's outfit - who lost their tournament opener in Spain last Saturday - were undone by two well-worked Scottish tries in either half, and the kicking of scrum-half Paula Chalmers.
The sister of former Scotland great Craig, Chalmers kicked them into a 25th-minute lead before openside Boyd touched down for a brief 5-3 lead.
Back came the Scots and a try before the break from fly-half Rimma Petlevannaya, and a second on 53 minutes from winger Mel Christie gave the home side the spoils.
The evening match - who followed the men's Six Nations clash - marked the Test debut of 26-year-old Navan second row Orla Brennan.
* Brennan was one of a number of Doyle's squad who were at O'B Sport headquarters in Dublin last Monday, as the sports company officially launched their sponsorship of the Women's side.
(15) Amanda Greensmith (Shannon) (14) Suzanne Fleming (Cooke) (13) Joanne O'Sullivan (Lichfield) (12) Patrique Kelly (UL Bohemians) (11) Lynne Cantwell (UL Bohemians) (10) Sarah-Jane Belton (UL Bohemians) (Capt) (9) Tania Rossiter (Blackrock) (1) Fiona Coughlan (UL Bohemians) (2) Jean Lonergan (Shannon) (3) Edel Coen (UL Bohemians) (4) Rosie Foley (Shannon) (5) Orla Brennan (Navan) (6) Jen Leacy (Blackrock) (7) Rachel Boyd (Cooke) (8) Joy Neville (Shannon)
(16) Marie Barrett (Highfield) (17) Emma Stanley (UL Bohemians) (18) Germaine Healy (Blackrock) (19) Rachel Tucker (UL Bohemians (20) Louise Beamish (UL Bohemians) (21) Nuala Ni Chadhain (Galwegians) (22) Grace Davitt (Boyne)
Head Coach: Phillip Doyle Asst Coach: Colin Moran Manager: Mark Andrews Asst Manager: Joy Sparkes Gear Manager: Michael Kelly Physiotherapist: Shirley Real
HT: Scotland Women 10 Ireland Women 5
Other results: Spain Women 10 Wales Women 10 England Women 10 France Women 13