Beibhinn Parsons

  • Béibhinn Parsons has been awarded the Guinness Rugby Writers of Ireland Women’s Player of The Year following her breakthrough season in 2019/2020.

    The Ballinasloe winger enjoyed a tremendous season with Ireland, while balancing international rugby with her studies.

    Parsons scored three tries during the 2020 Women’s Six Nations. 

  • Galway's Beibhinn Parsons will start for Ireland against Wales in Saturday's Women's Six Nations clash in Cardiff.

    In all there are three changes to the team that lined out in Ireland's last game, the Six Nations win over Italy in October.

    After a prolonged period without a game, Head Coach Adam Griggs says the squad is raring to go.


    Ireland: Eimear Considine; Lauren Delany, Eve Higgins, Sene Naoupu, Beibhinn Parsons; Hannah Tyrrell, Kathryn Dane; Lindsay Peat, Cliodhna Moloney, Linda Djougang; Aoife McDermott, Nichola Fryday; Dorothy Wall, Claire Molloy, Ciara Griffin (capt).

    Replacements: Neve Jones, Katie O'Dwyer, Laura Feely, Brittany Hogan, Hannah O'Connor, Emily Lane, Stacey Flood, Enya Breen.

  • Ireland beat Wales 45-0 in their Women's Six Nations game in Cardiff this evening.

    By far the best player on the pitch was Galway’s Beibhinn Parsons, with the left wing a bundle of energy with the perfect mixture of power and pace to go with her try scoring ability.

  • Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe could make her Ireland debut on Saturday.

    The Sevens international has been named among the replacements for the Women's Six Nations in association with Guinness clash with France.

    Meanwhile, Emma Hooban is also drafted onto the replacements bench.

    But Adam Griggs has stuck with the same fifteen that started last week's 45-points to nil win away to Wales.

    Galway's Beibhinn Parsons continues on the wing, but despite her pair of tries in Cardiff, Griggs says she must prepare for a different game at Energia Park.