The Women’s All Ireland League continued this Saturday after a weeks break. Our featured match of Blackrock and UL Bohemians can be seen here.
The full results are as follows:
TRY: Denise Redmound. CON: Denise Redmound. PEN: Denise Redmound (3)
Railway Union 17
TRY: Niamh Byrne, Emma Taylor, Susan Vaughan CON: Nikki Caughey
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TRY: Michelle Claffey (3), Ellen Taite and a penalty try. CON: Hannah O’Connor (3)
UL Bohemians 40
TRY: Ciara Griffen (2), Eimaer Considine, Rachael Allen-Connelly, Fiona Hayes, Chloe Pearse
CON: Niamh Briggs (5)
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St Mary’s 0
Old Belvedere 53
TRY: Elise Byrne White (2), Fiona Tuite (2), Gemma Matthews (2), Jemma Jackson,
Claire McLaughlin, Nora Stapleton
CON: Jemma Jackon (4)
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Women’s AIL Current Standings
The results leave the AIL League table as follows:
|Railway Union RFC||3||3||0||0||112||28||84||2||0||14|
|St Mary’s College||4||0||0||4||0||189||-189||0||0||0|
Women’s AIL Top Scorers.
There were 152 points scored this weekend and a penalty try award which brings the total points scored in the league to 558. Old Belvedere over took Railway Union this weekend for the most points scored. However, there are now four teams with over 100 points after four weeks of games.
After a try, a conversion and three penalties this week Galwegian’s Denise Redmond comes clear in the top points scorer with 38 points. UL Bohemian’s Niamh Briggs sits second with 24 points, with Blackrock’s Michelle Claffey, Old Belvedere’s Elise O’Byrne White and Gemma Matthews and Railway Union’s Niamh Byrne and Nikki Caughey all having 20 points.
There have now been 87 tries, 43 conversions and 10 penalties with 59 different point scorers. Have a look at the top 7 point scorers below:
|Niamh Briggs||UL Bohemian||–||9||2||–||24|
|Elise O’Byrne White||Old Belvedere||4||–||–||–||20|
|Gemma Matthews||Old Belvedere||4||–||–||–||20|
|Niamh Byrne||Railway Union||4||–||–||–||20|
|Nikki Caughey||Railway Union||–||7||2||–||20|
Women’s AIL Player’s Player Nominations.
There have now been 19 different players nominated from the different teams for Player’s Player of the game, with only four girls getting more than one nomination.
St Mary’s Jet Duinmeijer picks up yet another players player nomination this week, meaning out of the four games she has picked up three nominations. Railway Union’s Emma Taylor also picks up another nomination so she joins Cooke’s Kelly McCormill and Old Belvedere’s Linda Djougang at the top of the table.
|St Marys||Jet Duinmeijer||3|
|Railway Union||Emma Taylor||2|
|Old Belvedere||Linda Djougang||2|