RUGBY: Cliodhna Moloney chats about Women’s Six Nations and #NeverSettle Campaign

Ireland rugby international Cliodhna Moloney. Photo (c) Inpho Photography
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Ireland women’s rugby international Cliodhna Moloney marked her 25th cap last Saturday (17th April) with a try against France in the Six Nations.

Unfortunately, it proved to be one of few bright spots in a 56-15 meaning Adam Griggs’ team travel to Italy this Saturday (24th April) looking to finish in third place.

Leading into the game, the Kilconly native caught up with Galway Bay FM’s Darren Kelly to talk about the Six Nations, promoting rugby at home, her career journey to Railway Union and Wasps.

And the ex-Galway footballer also talks about the #NeverSettle campaign with Guinness aiming to increase the profile and coverage of women rugby players across the Six Nations.

And also supporters pick their Players of the Tournament.

Kick-off between Italy and Ireland at the Stadio Sergio Lanfranchi on Saturday is 12pm.