Week 3 of the Women’s AIL continued on Saturday afternoon. Our featured match this week was St. Mary’s College v Cooke which you can view here. Featured match.
The full results are as follows:
UL Bohemian 41
TRY: Eimear Considine (2), Fiona Reedy, Stephanie Nunan, Fiona Hayes, Chloe Pearse, Rachael O’Brien CON: Niamh Briggs (3).
TRY: Denise Redmond, Orla Dixon. CON: Denise Redmond (2)
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Old Belvedere 17
TRY: Linda Djougang (2), Gemma Matthews CON: Jemma Jackson
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TRY: Lauren Pedlow (2), Hannah Kilgore, Shannon Heapes
St Marys 0
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Women’s AIL Current Standings
The results leave the Week 3 League table as follows:
|Railway Union RFC||2||2||0||0||95||12||83||2||0||10|
|St Mary’s College||3||0||0||3||0||136||-136||0||0||0|
Women’s AIL Top Scorers.
There have been 399 points scored in the first 3 weeks of the Women’s All Ireland League with Railway still leading with 95 points, despite not having a match this weekend.
Galwegians Denise Redmond takes the lead of top points scorer with 22 points, with Railway Union’s Nikki Caughey slipping to second position with 18 points from the first two games.
Third place is joint with Galwegians Emma Doyle, Old Belvedere’s Linda Djougang and Railway Union’s Niamh Byrne, all on 15 points from three tries.
There have been 64 tries, 29 conversions and 7 penalty kicks scored in the Women’s All Ireland League so far, with 54 different points scorers.
|Nikki Caughey||Railway Union||–||6||2||–||18|
|Linda Djougang||Old Belvedere||3||–||–||–||15|
|Niamh Byrne||Railway Union||3||–||–||–||15|
|Niamh Briggs||UL Bohemian||–||4||2||–||14|
Women’s AIL Players Player Nominations.
On the Women’s Players Player nominations there have been all new nominations this week. However, that still means that Old Belvedere’s Linda Djougang, Cooke’s Kelly McCormill and St Mary’s Jet Duinmeijer who have have received two nominations from the first two rounds are leading the way.
|St Mary’s||Jet Duinmeijer||2|
|Old Belvedere||Linda Djougang||2|
|UL Bohemian||Claire Bennett||1|
|Railway Union||Emma Taylor||1|
|Railway Union||Juliet Short||1|
|Old Belvedere||Oonagh Hayes||1|
|St Mary’s||Aoife Moore||1|
|UL Bohemian||Stephanie Nunan||1|