- First test : 1993
- Wiki page : View page
- Number of teams (est) : 25
- Website : View page
- Results : View result history
The Irish women’s team represents both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland in rugby union. The team competes predominantly in competitions in Europe including the 6 Nations and the European Championships. Ireland have made huge strides in recent seasons and are one of Europe’s top sides in the 15s game, winning teh 6 Nations twice in the past decade. The Irish women’s game was run by the IWRFU, a voluntary governing body, until 2009 when the running of the game was taken over by the IRFU.
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- Wednesday April 26th 2023read more
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- Saturday April 01st 2023read more
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- Saturday March 25th 2023read more
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- Monday February 27th 2023read more
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- Thursday February 02nd 2023read more
Major changes have been proposed in Ireland and Wales.