The women’s All Ireland League got back in action this weekend for round 10 of the competition. Check out our gallery and report from Old Belvedere v Cooke here.
The full results are as follows:
TRY: Denise Redmond, Elizabeth McKeever
TRY: Meadbh Scally, Ray Lawless, Ann-Marie Rooney, Ali Coleman. CON: Ellen Taite
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Old Belvedere 5
TRY: Vanessa Hullon
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Railway Union 62
TRY: Meg Kendal (2), Chloe Blackmore, Aimee Clarke, Molly Scuffil McCabe,
Daisy Earle (2), Emma Taylor (2), Meaghan Kenny. CON: Kateyln Faust (6)
St Mary’s College 0
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Women’s AIL Current Standings
The results leave the AIL League table as follows:
|Railway Union RFC||9||7||0||2||252||88||164||5||2||35|
|St Mary’s College||9||0||0||9||29||418||-389||0||0||-2|
Women’s AIL Top Scorers.
A total of 99 points were score this weekend, with 16 different points scorers. Railway account for 62 of these points and 8 of the scorers. This brings the total points scored to 1,185 points overall in the league, with 182 tries, 91 conversions and 31 penalty kicks.
Railway have score the most points scored so far with 252. UL Bohemians, who were out of action this weekend, scored the second most points on 238 and Blackrock have scored the third most with 215.
UL Bohemian’s Niamh Briggs still has the most points scored with 69 points, and Galwegians Denise Redmond closed the gap this weekend and now sits in second on 57 points. Blackrock’s Hannah O’Connor, who is out during the international window, remains in third on 42 points.
|Niamh Briggs||UL Bohemian||4||20||3||0||69|
Women’s AIL Leading Try Scorers
After this weekend, Emma Taylor and Denise Redmond, join Linda Djougang at the top of the try scorers table with 6 tries each. However, there is now 7 other players on 5 tries each.
|Linda Djougang||Old Belvedere||6||0||0||0||30|
|Emma Taylor||Railway Union||6||0||0||0||30|
|Gemma Matthews||Old Belvedere||5||0||0||0||25|
|Niamh Byrne||Railway Union||5||0||0||0||25|
|Susan Vaughan||Railway Union||5||0||0||0||25|
|Chloe Pearse||UL Bohemian||5||0||0||0||25|
Women’s AIL Player’s Player Nominations.
Three players pick up their first Player’s Player nomination this weekend, Cooke’s Maeve Liston, Railway’s Larissa Muldoon and Blackrock’s Ellen Taite. Old Belvedere’s Nora Stapleton, St Mary’s Aoife Moore and Galwegian’s Denise Redmond all received their second nomination of the season.
From the re-fix game between St Mary and Blackrock, Ciara Scanlan and Ali Coleman, picked up their third and second nomination respectfully.
This leaves the top of the Player’s Player table as follows:
|Railway Union||Emma Taylor||4|
|St Mary’s||Jet Duinmeijer||3|
|St Mary’s||Ciara Scanlan||3|