Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe on stepping up and being a leader of the team!

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Amme-Leigh Murphy Crowe caught up with us ahead of the Toulouse Sevens weekend, and opened up about her role in the Ireland team and stepping up and being a leader within the squad.

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