Extended Interview with Laura Guest on Retirement
Laura Guest recently announced her retirement from club, provincial and international rugby. The Highfield club woman bowed out after captaining Munser to her tenth interpro title after 13 seasons in the jersey, while her international career ends including 3 world cup campaigns and that memorable win over New Zealand this summer at the World Cup in France. We've spoken to Laura about her long career; the highs and lows, influences on her career both on and off the field and the state of Womens Rugby in Ireland and future for the game. Click PLAY above to hear the interview, starting with an admission that Laura knew of her decision to retire when she spoke to the Bench alongside Heather O'Brien last month.
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