LARISSA Muldoon came on as a late replacement last night as Ireland overcame Italy 21-7 at Doonybrook.
It was Ireland’s first game since late February and Claire Molloy and Lindsay Peat bagged first-half tries for Adam Griggs’ team.
A penalty try as Ciara Griffin got over late in the game sealed the deal/.
Molloy celebrated her 70th Ireland cap with a try-scoring player-of-the-match performance.
Ireland side resumed the Women’s Six Nations campaign with a third successive home victory and flanker Molloy starred after a 19-month absence due to her work as a doctor.
Ballybofey woman Muldoon, a Grand Slam winner in 2013, came on in the 77th minute for Ireland.Tags: