International Rugby Women

Our women’s international rugby coverage focuses largely on Ireland Women. However, you can view our coverage of other womens sides by clicking on the team below.

Ireland Women

Ireland Women played their fist match in 1993, against Scotland. To date they have played 173 competitive matches winning 68 to give a win percentage of 39%.

Our coverage begins in 2010 when we covered the World Cup in England. Since then Ireland have won 38 of the 71 games to date, their most successful season being 2013 when they won the Six Nations with a Grand Slam. In the subsequent year they finished fourth is the 2014 World Cup.

These results confirmed Philip Doyle as their most successful coach with a win record of 63% over his four years of tenure. The present incumbent Adam Griggs is currently overseeing a 35% win rate with 6 wins from the 17 games he has been in charge.

Internationals Record

OPPONENTSPLDWINWIN%
Australia4125%
Canada3133%
England2927%
France28311%
Germany33100%
Italy181689%
Japan4375%
Kazakhstan5240%
Netherlands33100%
New Zealand2150%
Samoa100%
Scotand291448%
South Africa11100%
Spain9444%
USA7229%
Wales271244%
TOTAL1736839%
Update: 10th November 2020

Honours

  • Women’s Six Nations Championship
    • Winners: 2013, 2015
  • Grand Slam
    • Winners: 2013
  • Triple Crown
    • Winners: 2013, 2015
  • FIRA Women’s European Championship Plate
    • Winners: 2004

All Results

Associated Coverage

World Cup

Six Nations

Autumn Internationals