Week 2 of the Women’s AIL continued on Sunday with three fixtures competed. Our featured match was Old Belvedere v UL Bohemian which you can view here. Featured match.

The full results are as follows:

Railway Union 32
TRY: Ailsa Hughes (2) Niamh Byrne, Susan Vaughan. CON: Nikki Caughey (2), Katelyn Faust (1). PEN: Nikki Caughey (2).

Cooke 12
TRY: Ilse van Staden, Eliza Downey. CON: Vicky Irwin.

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Old Belvedere 17
TRY: Elise O’Byrne White (2), Linda Djougang. CON: Ailbhe Dowling.

UL Bohemian 21
TRY: Chloe Pearse, Enya Breen. CON: Niamh Briggs. PEN: Niamh Briggs (2), Edel Murphy.

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Galwegians 53 
TRY: Emma Doyle (3), Ursula Sammon (2), Denise Redmond, Ina Butler, Shannon Touhy, Edel McMahon. CON: Denise Redmond (4).

St Marys 0

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Women’s AIL Current Standings

The results leave the Week 2 League table as follows:

Team Pl W D L F A Diff TB LB Pts
Railway Union 2 2 0 0 95 12 83 2 0 10
Galwegians 2 1 0 1 75 42 33 2 0 6
Old Belvedere 2 1 0 1 55 28 27 1 1 6
Blackrock 1 1 0 0 42 22 20 1 0 5
U.L. Bohemian 1 1 0 0 21 17 4 0 0 4
Cooke 2 0 0 2 19 70 -51 0 0 0
St Mary’s College 2 0 0 2 0 116 -116 0 0 0

 

Women’s AIL Top Scorers.

Railway Union’s Nikki Caughey leads the Top Points Scoring Table after Week 2.

There have been a total of 307 points scored over the two weekends with Railway leading the way with 95. At the moment Nikki Caughey leads the way with 18 points from six conversions and 2 penalties. Clubmate Niamh Byrne and Galwegians Emma Doyle are hot on her heels on 15 points from three tries each.

There have been 48 tries scored over the two weekends with 38 different players scoring. Railway have had 11 different try scorers, Galwegians 9 and Old Belvedere 7.

Name Club Total Total Points
Try  Con Pen DG
Nikki Caughey Railway Union      –     6     2      – 18
Emma Doyle Galwegians     3      –      –      – 15
Niamh Byrne Railway Union     3      –      –      – 15
Denise Redmond Galwegians     1     4      –      – 13
Hannah O’Connor Blackrock       –     3     2      – 12
Ina Butler Galwegians     2      –      –      – 10
Ursula Sammon Galwegians     2      –      –      – 10
Ailbhe Dowling Old Belvedere      –     5      –      – 10
Elise O’Byrne White Old Belvedere     2      –      –      – 10
Megan Williams Old Belvedere     2      –      –      – 10
Ailsa Hughes Railway Union     2      –      –      – 10
Stephanie Carroll Railway Union     2      –      –      – 10

 

Women’s AIL Players Player Nominations.

Cooke’s Kelly McCormill has made a spectacular start to her senior career with two Players Player nominations.

On the Women’s Players Player nominations three more players have been nominated with Galwegians Mary Healy, UL Bohemian’s Claire Bennett and Railway Union’s Emma Taylor all receiving nominations.

However, this means that three players have received their second nomination in two games so it’s a big shout out for Old Belvedere’s Linda Djougang, Cooke’s Kelly McCormill and St Mary’s Jet Duinmeijer who have been setting the standards in the early season fixtures.

Club Player Votes
St Marys Jet Duinmeijer 2
Cooke Kelly McCormill 2
Old Belvedere Linda Djougang 2
UL Bohemian Claire Bennett 1
Railway Union Emma Taylor 1
Railway Union Juliet Short 1
Galwegians Mary Healy 1
Blackrock Michelle Claffey 1
Galwegians Ursula Sammon 1

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