19-year old Beibhinn Parsons scored two memorable tries early on in the 2020 Six Nations which left the rugby sphere speechless.
In her two starts against Scotland and Wales this year, the Connacht player displayed her star quality which has earmarked her as one of the most exciting to emerge in Irish rugby in recent years.
Parson’s was the star of the show for Ireland in the early stages of the Six Nations. She displayed pace, power and that unique X-factor which saw her score two vital tries take victory against Scotland and Wales. Her intercept try in the opener against Scotland will live long in memory. With Ireland under the cosh camped on their own line against Scotland.
Parsons demonstrated her brilliant rugby brain and raw pacce to read the pass and run the length of the field to clinch the points for Ireland.
Parsons became the youngest ever rugby player to represent Ireland at the international level, as she made her debut against the USA at the age of 16.