Women in football, soccer, rugby: a look at the best in each sport

Ireland is well-known for the big games, but there are also a variety of smaller competitions.

Here are some of the smaller events and leagues that have sprung up across the country.

Women’s soccer Ireland is famous for the national women’s soccer team and the Women’s World Cup, but the women’s professional league is in its second year and has attracted more than 100 teams in the past four years.

The league has the second-biggest female player base in the world behind only Germany’s Bundesliga.

The top teams have players aged between 18 and 24, with the average age at which they sign their first professional contract standing at 23.

The best players are expected to be paid in the region of €3.5 million per year.

The national women are one of the top teams in Europe and are represented by some of Europe’s top players.

Women and girls’s rugby In Ireland, the Women in Rugby Union (WIRU) has become a key force in women’s rugby.

The WIRU is a professional rugby union group that plays in the top level of the world’s game, the Premiership.

The two teams play each other three times a year and each team earns its share of points.

The women are expected at least one point and can win the title on a tiebreak, but each team has a different amount of points per game.

The three-week season runs from May to November and is played at St Patrick’s Park in Dublin.

Rugby players earn €500 a week.

The competition has a $1,500 prize fund.

The sport is a high-risk and high-reward, and the WIRSU has a long history in the country with players from all over the world.

Rugby is one of Ireland’s main sports and is a highly popular sport in Ireland, but not everyone enjoys it.

It has a high rate of injury and some players are still in their early 20s.

Women in baseball Ireland is one the world leaders in women baseball and the sport is played in every part of the country except Cork.

Women are encouraged to play the sport and it has helped the women make the transition from the rural community to the big leagues.

The number of women in the sport has risen by 25 per cent over the past decade, according to the Women and Girls’ Baseball Association.

In the past five years, the number of games has risen from around 10,000 to almost 50,000.

There are four levels of the game: Division 1, Division 2, Division 3 and the National Women’s League.

The first three levels of women’s baseball are played at a minimum age of 12, and women can also play on the lower levels.

The National Women Baseball Association has a budget of €2.4 million and a staff of about 150 people.

Irish Women’s Rugby League Ireland’s women rugby league team is one step closer to becoming a national side.

It is due to begin play next year.

Ireland’s first women’s women’s league team was formed in 2010 and was named the Ireland Women’s National Rugby League team in 2015.

The team has also been called the Ireland Rugby League Team of the Future.

The Irish Women Soccer League has two teams, the County and the Province.

Ireland is also home to the world-leading women’s international women’s football league, which is run by the European women’s game.