Ex-international Irish rugby player Lindsay Peat shares her views on IRFU scandal
"It's not the first time it's been said and it won't be the last."
On this week's episode of House of Rugby, co-host and ex-international Irish rugby player Lindsay Peat had her say on the recent scandal within the IRFU.
Another shocking revelation reported in the investigation was that a man high up in Leinster Rugby reportedly said: "Who gives a f**k about Women's Rugby?" at a presidential dinner in March.
Since the report was released, Ireland coach Greg McWilliams has spoken out in defence of the organisation and said there is no sexism present.
Speaking about the incident, Lindsay said on the show: "It's not nice that someone in such a strong position, who has such influence on the game is saying that. I don't know who said it and whatever else and again, this is a report, so you have to take it at face value.
"It's not the first time it's been said and it won't be the last. It's extremely disappointing. It's extremely upsetting. I'm sitting here and we've had a great chat about rugby and then you just have this anxious pit and I just feel so sorry for the girls.
"We've said it on this show before, nobody is pointing a finger at them because unfortunately when you take your eye off the ball for such a long period of time, which realistically in my view, is ten years, they were always destined to fail.
"They're fulfilling that destiny under the scrutiny of all eyes on the women's game because it has the trajectory. It's one of the fastest growing sports for women's sports throughout the world. To see all these fantastic records being broken and we're so far behind, it's going to take such a huge turnaround. It's going to take four years until we see the changes.
"There is positive things happening but for Greg and his players the harsh learnings take time."