Laura Prosser is one of two changes to the Wales Women's backline.
Wales have made two changes to their starting line-up for Saturday's re-scheduled RBS 6 Nations match against Ireland to be played at Ashbourne. (KO 2.30pm).
Both changes are in the backs with Philippa Tuttiett coming in on the wing in place of Caryl James while Laura Prosser replaces Amy Day at half back. Both Day and James drop down to the replacements bench.
The original clash which was staged on February 12th, was abandoned at halftime due to the severe freezing conditions affecting the pitch.
Wales head coach Rhys Edwards said his side have already forgotten about last weekend's 33-0 defeat to England, and are concentrating fully on getting a result against Ireland.
"Philippa comes in for Caryl as she offers a more physical presence on the wing and we're expecting a physical battle against Ireland. Amy came off against England and isn't 100 per cent so Laura takes her place. She offers us a kicking option as well which is an added bonus.
"We can take some positives out of last weekend's game against England. In the first half we were very competitive. We took the game to them and created some chances but were unable to put points on the board.
"This weekend is just about the win - I don't mind if we win 3-0 or by 20 points, we've just got to go there and get a result."
Wales Women v Ireland Women, Saturday 3rd March, Ashbourne (KO 2.30pm)
15 Rosie Fletcher
14 Charlie Murray
13 Adi Taviner
12 Rebecca De Filippo
11 Phillipa Tuttiett
10 Naomi Thomas
9 Laura Prosser
1 Caryl Thomas
2 Rhian Bowden
3 Jenny Davies
4 Vicky Owens
5 Shona Powell-Hughes
6 Sioned Harries
7 Rachel Taylor (Capt)
8 Jamie Kift
16 Lowri Harries
17 Megan York
18 Clare Flowers
19 Lisa Newton
20 Amy Day
21 Mared Evans
22 Caryl James
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