The Women’s Six Nations kicks off today in a reduced format due to the ongoing pandemic. the competition was postponed from February/March and it wil lnow take place over the next four weeks as a two groups of three team round robin matches with a final day play off based on the group standings.
Ireland have been placed in Pool B alongside France and Wales. Unfortunately, the Ireland side, and Italy in Pool A, sit the first week out.
For the first time ever all matches will be shown live on the BBC and RTE, mostly streaming on their players or red buttons, but there should be no problem catching the games.