Ireland head coach Greg McWilliams has named an unchanged team for this weekend's Six Nations clash with France.
Last weekend, Ireland lost 27-19 at home to Wales in their opening game. McWilliams's side had held a 14-5 lead at the break but were overpowered by Wales.
"We are fully aware of the challenge facing us this weekend, but we’ve had a good week of preparation, taking the positives from our opening game and implementing the learnings on the training pitch," said McWilliams.
"It is a huge opportunity for us as a group to go and play one of the best teams of the world and test ourselves at this stage of our journey together."
Ireland play France in the Six Nations at 2:15pm on Saturday. The game will be shown live from the Stade Ernest-Wallon in Toulouse on RTÉ2.
Ireland team to play France 2022 Women's Six Nations
15. Eimear Considine (UL Bohemian RFC/Munster) 24
14. Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe (Railway Union RFC/Munster) 7
13. Eve Higgins (Railway Union RFC/Leinster) 7
12. Stacey Flood (Railway Union RFC/Leinster) 8
11. Lucy Mulhall (Wicklow RFC/Leinster) 2
10. Nicole Cronin (UL Bohemian RFC/Munster) 17
9. Aoibheann Reilly (Blackrock College RFC/Connacht) 1
1. Linda Djougang (ASM Romagnat Rugby/Leinster) 18
2. Neve Jones (Gloucester-Hartpury/Ulster) 7
3. Katie O’Dwyer (Railway Union RFC/Leinster) 6
4. Nichola Fryday (Exeter Chiefs/Connacht) (capt) 23
5. Sam Monaghan (Wasps/IQ Rugby) 6
6. Dorothy Wall (Blackrock College RFC/Munster) 11
7. Edel McMahon (Wasps/IQ Rugby) 15
8. Brittany Hogan (Old Belvedere RFC/Ulster) 8
16. Emma Hooban (Blackrock College RFC/Leinster) 9
17. Chloe Pearse (UL Bohemian RFC/Munster) 3
18. Christy Haney (Blackrock College RFC/Leinster) *
19. Anna McGann (Railway Union RFC/Connacht) 1
20. Hannah O’Connor (Blackrock College RFC/Leinster) 8
21. Kathryn Dane (Old Belvedere RFC/Ulster) 19
22. Enya Breen (UL Bohemian RFC/Munster) 10
23. Beibhinn Parsons (Blackrock College RFC/Connacht) 16
Featured image: 26 March 2022; Stacey Flood of Ireland, 12, is congratulated by teammates after scoring her side's third try during the TikTok Women's Six Nations Rugby Championship match between Ireland and Wales at RDS Arena in Dublin. Photo by David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile