Ireland vs Wales rugby: TV channel, kick-off time, live stream free and teams for Women’s Six Nations
IRELAND will look to kick start their 2022 Six Nations campaign with a win over fierce rivals Wales.
After finishing third in last year's Six Nations Ireland will be hoping that this year they can push one step further and reach the final.
Wales on the other hand finished 6th in last years Six Nations claiming the wooden spoon as consolation.
With Ireland, Scotland and England as their first three fixtures it'll be a tough start on UK soil as they look to improve on last years showing.
When is Ireland vs Wales?
- Ireland vs Wales will be played on Saturday, March 26.
- The Six Nations match will kick off at 4:45pm
- It will be played at RDS Arena, Dublin
What TV channel is Ireland vs Wales on and can I live stream it?
- The match will be broadcast live on BBC One
- It can also be streamed via the BBC Website or the BBC iPlayer app.
All the TV info and fixture list for the Women’s Six Nations tournament
Your team-by-team guide to the TikTok Women’s Six Nations
What's been said?
Speaking to Sky Sports Ireland head coach Greg McWilliams said: "I am really pleased with the balance of the squad, there is great youth and experience and I have been impressed by the form of these players in recent weeks."
"We have selected players that have the ability to go for long periods of high-intensity ball in play and have a positive impact on the game."
Speaking to Sky Sports Wales head coach Loan Cunningham said: "We are pleased with the strength in depth within the squad given the tough challenge that is the TikTok Women's Six Nations."
"To start with Ireland away, Scotland at home and then the world champions England on their own turf over three consecutive weekends will certainly test us but also give us the chance to develop as individuals and as a group and we are relishing the challenge."
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Match day squads
Forwards (20): Amanda McQuade, Chloe Pearse, Linda Djougang, Christy Haney, Claire Boles, Emma Hooban, Neve Jones, Nichola Fryday (c), Sam Monaghan, Aoife McDermott, Anna McGann, Grace Moore, Dorothy Wall, Aoife Wafer, Brittany Hogan, Emma Murphy, Edel McMahon, Katie O'Dwyer, Maeve Óg O'Leary, Hannah O'Connor
Backs (18): Aoibheann Reilly, Kathryn Dane, Ailsa Hughes, Nicole Cronin, Nikki Caughey, Enya Breen, Stacey Flood, Michelle Claffey, Eve Higgins, Lucy Mulhall, Beibhinn Parsons, Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe, Aoife Doyle, Natasja Behan, Lauren Delany, Eimear Considine, Molly Scuffil-McCabe, Vicky Irwin.
Forwards (20): Siwan Lillicrap, Alisha Butchers, Alex Callender, Gwen Crabb, Cara Hope, Kat Evans, Abbie Fleming, Cerys Hale, Sioned Harries, Natalia John, Manon Johnes, Kelsey Jones, Bethan Lewis, Liliana Podpadec, Carys Phillips, Gwenllian Pyrs, Donna Rose, Jenni Scoble, Caryl Thomas, Sisilia Tuipulotu.
Backs (17): Keira Bevan, Lleucu George, Emma Hennessy, Hannah Jones, Jasmine Joyce, Courtney Keight, Kerin Lake, Caitlin Lewis, Ffion Lewis, Lisa Neumann, Lowri Norkett, Kayleigh Powell, Gemma Rowland, Emma Swords, Elinor Snowsill, Niamh Terry, Robyn Wilkins.
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