Openside flanker Claire Molloy, Galway-born and bred and a qualified doctor based in Wales, has played 53 times for Ireland. She captained her country at the 2013 Sevens Rugby World Cup in Moscow and will now have the honour of leading the girls in green at a home World Cup this month.
Click here to view photos of Claire Molloy throughout her Ireland 15s career. She won her first cap against France in 2009 and was today announced as Ireland’s captain for WRWC 2017 – replacing the injured Niamh Briggs.
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