The Ireland women's team are one win away from a Grand Slam Six Nations win.
Tom Tierney’s charges overcame the challenge of Wales as they ran out 12-7 winners to make it four victories in a row.
Lindsay Peat was the first Irish player across the line in the 5 point win, she touched down in the first half off a rolling maul, Nora Stapleton kicked the conversion.
A yellow card for Peat allowed Wales get a grip of the game and a try from Shona Powell-Hughes tied it up at 7-7.
Hannah Tyrrell’s try secured the victory, the margin could’ve been higher but Paula Fitzpatrick appeared to help up on the line.
The win sets up a showdown with England in Donnybrook next week, they’re also chasing the Championship having won 3 games so far ahead of the visit of Scotland.
Out-half Nora Stapleton spoke to IRFU TV after the game: