Ireland were convincing winners over Scotland by 70 points as they secured the Women’s Six Nations crown, emulating the men’s team as they came out on top to win on points difference over France.
Ireland needed to win by at least 27 points and were already 34 ahead by half-time, their dominant pack proving the difference.
They went on to close out victory 73-3 over Scotland to wrap up the Triple Crown in addition to the Six Nations title.
Winger Alison Miller scored three tries as Ireland recorded 11 in total at Broadwood Stadium, taking the Six Nations honours for the second time in three seasons.
Ireland’s final points difference was 113 with France on 69.