The Guinness Women’s Six Nations kicks off tomorrow when presenter Daire O’Brien will be joined by Ciara Griffin and Lindsay Peat on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player from 1.45pm for live coverage of France v Ireland from Stade Marie-Marvingt, Le Mans.

RTÉ Radio 1’s Saturday Sport will have live commentary of the game from 2.15pm while fans can follow a live blog on and the RTÉ News App followed by match report and reaction from the Ireland camp.

The Irish Rugby social channels will be doing their usual fine job on keeping fans up to date if they can’t get to a screen or be in France.

Ireland v Italy live from the RDS will be shown on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player on Easter Sunday 31 March (2.30pm). The home game against Wales and away game against England will be on Virgin media while the last game at home to Scotland on Saturday 27th April will be back on RTÉ2.

RTÉ Radio will have commentary and coverage across all of Ireland’s Guinness Women’s Six Nations matches from Michael Corcoran, Neil Treacy, Paula Fitzpatrick, Laura Guest, Tania Rosser, Sharon Lynch and Philip Doyle.

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