Portlaoise's Allison Miller says the problem should have been identified much sooner.
A number of high profile former internationals have hit out at the changing facilities for last weekend’s inter-pro games in Donnybrook.
The IRFU have apologised after Connacht and Ulster players were forced to change next to large bins at Energia Park.
Ex-Ireland captain Fiona Coghlan says a lack of communication from the top down was to blame.
While former Ireland international Niamh Briggs believes there should be an inquiry into the debacle. She believes the women's game has taken a step back in terms of facilities.
Portlaoise's Alison Miller says the problem should have been identified much sooner:
Connacht Women’s Rugby team had to change beside the rats and bins before their #WomensInterpros game against Ulster. @IrishRugby & @connachtrugby please address this and make sure it NEVER happens again.— Her Sport (@HerSportDotIE) September 12, 2021
Shows a complete lack of respect. Organisers, hang your heads in shame. pic.twitter.com/LOqIlfbV9r