16 March 2012 Last updated at 19:37

Six Nations: England women target Grand Slam

BBC Sport's Patrick Gearey looks at how England women's rugby team have gone from being part-time players to a full-time success as they bid for their third successive Six Nations Grand Slam this weekend.

England, who face Ireland at Esher on Saturday, have scored 138 points in their four games so far this year, but could still lose their Six Nations crown if their opponents leave with a win and score 24 points or more.

Prop Sophie Hemming explains how she juggles work as a vet with international rugby, while coach Gary Street praises his players for their "hard work and commitment" despite not being full-time professionals in the sport.