Tipperary women's rugby has taken centre stage in the last few months as clubs across the county have teamed up to improve the standard of the game in the Premier county.
Formed back in August, the club is made up of players from Thurles, Nenagh, Carrick-on-Suir and Ballina-Killaloe, and Clanwilliam as they have all decided to pool their resources together to try and improve the women's game, improve standards, and allow them to compete at All-Ireland Cup level. See the video below
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