Larissa Muldoon, now a two-time Women's RBS 6 Nations winner, is part of an all-Donegal half-back pairing for the Ireland Women. She spoke to Irish Rugby TV about the developing clubs in her own county.
Enjoying the post-match celebrations at Murrayfield, RBS 6 Nations winner Rory Best said: "It's been a bit of an emotional roller-coaster, the last hour. The crowd have been absolutely incredible. We're just delighted to give something back to them."
The Ireland Under-20s may be out of the running for the U-20 RBS 6 Nations crown, but with the World Rugby U-20 Championship to come in June a win over Scotland in Galashiels tonight would give them a timely lift.
Ulster and Ireland out-half Paddy Jackson will make his return from injury on Thursday when he lines out for Ulster Ravens against Munster 'A' in Nenagh (kick-off 4.30pm). Admission is free at Nenagh Ormond RFC.
A brace of tries from the in-form Craig Gilroy and a late score from debutant Ross Adair were not enough for Ulster as the Newport Gwent Dragons took advantage of the province's disjointed display to take a 26-22 verdict.
We hear from BBC commentator Jim Neilly, Ulster Rugby CEO Shane Logan and Ulster and Ireland's Jared Payne as a 5,000-strong crowd came along to the Ireland open session at Kingspan Stadium in Belfast.
Ulster back rower Roger Wilson appeared today before an independent PRO12 Rugby disciplinary committee, following a citing for allegedly striking an opponent during the second half of last Friday's GUINNESS PRO12 match between Ulster and the Scarlets.
Ulster centre Luke Marshall appeared today before an independent PRO12 Rugby disciplinary committee, following a citing for an alleged kick to the head of an opponent during the second half of the PRO12 match between Ulster and the Scarlets last Friday.
A flash of individual brilliance from Craig Gilroy was the catalyst for a crucial Ulster win over the Scarlets at Kingspan Stadium, with further tries from Luke Marshall and Ruan Pienaar following in quick succession to secure a 25-20 victory.
Looking forward to facing England on Sunday, Ireland winger Tommy Bowe said: "We've trained very well this week, we're really excited about the game. It's about going out there and doing whatever we can to get ourselves that win."
The Ulstermen will be hoping their good recent form continues for this sold-out Kingspan Stadium clash, with the visiting Scarlets still chasing their first away victory in any competition since February 2014.