The 2013 Women Six Nations was the 12th series of the competition.
Ireland won their first championship, picking up the Triple Crown and the Grand Slam as they progressed through the competition undefeated. The Irish campaign was memorable due to their outstanding defence, the team conceding only two tries the whole tournament, and their small selection pool with only 25 players named across the five match squads.
Coach: Philip Doyle
Forwards: Ailis Egan, Claire Molloy, Fiona Coghlan (C), Fiona Hayes, Gill Bourke, Heather O’Brien, Joy Neville, Laura Guest, Lauren Day, Leigh Dargan, Marie Louise Reilly, Siobhan Fleming, Sophie Spence, Stacey Lea Kennedy.