From the sounds of things, four-goal scorer Audrey O’Flynn won’t be satisfied with less than double figures when Ireland meet France for a second time in their Tri-Nations series on Monday.
Speaking to Declan Hughes in the wake of last night’s 9-0 win over the French, the Dripsey woman said the side left a couple more goals unconverted, especially in a frustrating first half, foiled on numerous occasions by 17-year-old Manon Bruneau.
“It’s the first time I have scored four goals in an international. It was good to get a few goals but there were other chances which I should have put away! It was good to get the 9-0 win but we will be looking to put a few more past them the next time.
“We made life difficult for ourselves; we kept the pace of the ball quite slow and were running with it too much. We had ourselves to blame in the first half. We picked it up in the second half but still have a lot more to improve on.”
She was won of five players to speak to Declan last night and you can here all their thoughts above. Adrian Boehm, meanwhile, took some cracking photos of the results.
Ireland are back in action at Belfield in what is likely to be a much tighter affair against Spain, ranked one place above in the world rankings, at 6pm.