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Griggs makes two changes for Scotland as Ireland seek third straight win
Ireland women continue their Six Nations campaign at Donnybrook on Sunday.
'The players are starting to buy into it': New-look Ireland turn a corner under Kiwi Griggs
Two wins from three in this year’s Six Nations, Ireland are building confidence and momentum with each game.
Four changes for Ireland as Griggs names starting team to welcome Wales
Kick-off at Donnybrook is 3pm on Sunday.
Disappointing ending for hosts Ireland but how well do you remember the WRWC?
Go on, test yourself.
Ireland v Australia, Women's Rugby World Cup 2017
Tom Tierney’s side faced Australia at Kingspan Stadium for a shot at the fifth-place play-off.
Ireland v France, Women's Rugby World Cup 2017
We were live from the Belfield Bowl for the all-important Pool C decider.
Lyons and Cronin start as Ireland make six changes for pool decider with France
Claire Molloy captains the side but returns to openside flanker to make room for Paula Fitzpatrick.
Ireland v Japan, Women's Rugby World Cup 2017
Ireland pulled off a huge comeback to make it two wins from two against Japan.
'When you've a couple of thousand Irish people roaring at you, those demons are blown away'
Ireland face Japan in their second World Cup game later, and Lindsay Peat hopes the home support can help the team record another victory.
A night of noise, colour and drama but there's much more to come from Ireland
It wasn’t pretty, but Ireland did enough to get the job done and launch their World Cup campaign on a winning note.
Wilson crosses four times as powerful England lay down an early marker
The defending champions scored 10 tries as they eased past Spain in the tournament opener at UCD.
Tierney's Ireland fully locked, loaded and ready to take on the world
After months of build-up, Ireland are ready to take centre stage and embrace the expectation of a nation during the Women’s Rugby World Cup.
Excitement builds as Ireland prepares to host the biggest-ever World Cup party
The Women’s Rugby World Cup was officially launched in Dublin this morning and the tournament is expected to be the biggest ever.
Sophie Spence eagerly, nervelessly embracing countdown to World Cup
Bring it.
'It focuses the mind, there’s no easy lead-in': Ireland relishing defining World Cup opener against Australia
Captain Niamh Briggs is leading a ‘no excuses’ attitude as Ireland embrace the challenges ahead.
'We have to embrace and cherish that pressure': Briggs relishing home WRWC
Ireland captain Niamh Briggs is fit again and ready to lead her side next month.
Ireland ready for emotionally-charged affair as they look to set up Grand Slam showdown
It will be a difficult day for Wales following a recent tragedy, and Marie Louise Reilly is wary of the opposition.
Any more hats for the ring? Labour leadership nominations close at midday
There had been speculation that Kerry North TD Arthur Spring was to announce his candidacy but he has reportedly backed Joan Burton.
Survival of the fittest: Early life experiences can make worms fight to the death
The research by NUI Maynooth represents a significant breakthrough in the study of the fundamental behaviour of animals.