Queen’s University Women, wrapped up their Division 2 League Championship campaign with a 52 – 0 win against second placed Randalstown on Sunday afternoon at The Dub.

Having averaged 10 tries and 60 + points per game the students went into this game, against their closest rivals, as firm favourites and they set the tone early with a brace of tries from impressive winger Beth Taylor in the first seven minutes. Claire Dougherty converted the second to give the students a 12 point lead.

Randalstown hit back strongly and enjoyed a sustained period on the attack in Queens’ territory but the visitors were unable to find that final ball and Queens broke from deep twice more for Diane Ramsey and Alex McIlwaine both to cross, Dougherty converting one to take the half time score to 24 – 0.

A flurry of tries at the start of the second half, with Taylor, Ramsey and McIlwaine all crossing again, wrapped up the game for the students, two further conversions from Doherty pushing the score out to 45 – 0.

Impressive hooker Arantza Riba wrapped it up with the last try of the game, Mcilwaine converting this one to take the final score to Queens University 52 Randalstown 0.