Ireland head coach Tom Tierney has made one change for Friday night's Six Nations Grand Slam decider against England in Donnybrook.
Larissa Muldoon comes in at scrum half to replace Mary Healy who drops to the bench, whiel Marie Louise Reilly is set to win her 50th Ireland cap.
Both sides go into the final game with four wins from four but England have found things easier in their games. The world champions have already beaten Wales 63-0 and last weekend they were 64-0 winners against Scotland.
Speaking ahead of the St. Patrick's Day clash, Tierney said: " There's a very strong spirit in this squad that's been developing nicely over the last few months and, while the performances to date haven't been as accurate or as clinical as we would have liked, we've ground out four wins in a row to set up a very big game this Friday in Donnybrook.
" England are arriving to Dublin on the back of a huge win against Scotland so their confidence will be high, and deservedly so. The have shown throughout the Championship that they can score tries from anywhere and they have a strong and skilful pack as well.
" From our point of view, we have a huge opportunity on St. Patrick's Day and for us it's about looking to rectify some of the areas of our game that we haven't been happy with over the past few weeks and if we can make those small changes, then Friday's game should be a great one."
Ireland team to face England: (8.00 KO)
15-9: Kim Flood, Hannah Tyrrell, Jenny Murphy, Sene Naoupu, Alison Miller, Nora Stapleton, Larissa Muldoon
1-8: Lindsay Peat, Leah Lyons, Ailis Egan, Sophie Spence, Marie-Louise Reilly, Ciara Griffin, Claire Molloy, Paula Fitzpatrick (c)
Replacements: Ciara O’Connor, Ilse Van Staden, Ruth O’Reilly, Ciara Cooney, Nichola Fryday, Mary Healy, Nikki Caughey, Mairead Coyne