BBC Sport - Women's World Cup trophy in Enniskillen where a female first played the sport
Women's rugby 'returns home' to Enniskillen
- From the section Irish Rugby
Ireland fly-half Nora Stapleton continues her tour with the Women's World Cup trophy in Enniskillen, the town where a woman first played the sport in the 1880s.
Emily Valentine, the daughter of the deputy headmaster of Portora Royal Boys School, stepped into the breach to play some 130 years ago after one of the boy students was a late cry-off from a game.
After visiting Enniskillen Royal Grammar School, Nora headed on to the town's rugby club to watch a number of the female students in action in a rugby blitz.