Fiona Coghlan: Ireland are rebuilding but the outhalf who needs to be there isn't 2 months ago

Fiona Coghlan: Ireland are rebuilding but the outhalf who needs to be there isn't

Ireland women's rugby is very much in a rebuilding phase.

A third Six Nations defeat - a second at home - hammered home the job on Adam Griggs' hands as the French hit the Irish for seven tries en route to a 47-17 victory in Donnybrook.

Claire Molloy and Ciara Griffin were two faintly bright sparks for the women in green and former captain Fiona Coghlan echoed that assessment but explained that it was more out of necessity because the hosts are lacking creativity in the back line.

Watch her full rundown below.

Fiona Coghlan is the former Captain of the Irish Women’s 2013 Grand Slam Winning Rugby Team. A PE and Maths Teacher, Fiona is also a Client Services Manager at sports management agency, Navy Blue Sports.