Women: Ulster Women’s Finals

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It was a feast of rugby on Sunday afternoon as the Ulster Women’s Cup competitions reached their climax.

With the teams competing in the Pool stages over the last six weeks the newly introduced Finals Day consisted off The Rosie Stewart Bowl Final plus three positional play off matches.

7th Place: Cavan 24 Carrick 0

The afternoon events kicked off with Carrick taking on Cavan for seventh place, with the Co Cavan girls coming out on top by 24 – 0.

Cavan applied early pressure touching down for an unconverted try in the opening minutes after a strong forward drive. Carrick regrouped and worked their way up-field looking for a try of their own but the Cavan pack began to get on top and with astute kicking from the Cavan 10 it wasn’t long until the East Antrim girls found themselves pinned back in their own half.

The pressure eventually told and Cavan went over for their second score, this time converted, to . . .

2 responses to “Women: Ulster Women’s Finals”

  1. Gemma lynch

    Ulster should be proud

    1. John

      Yes indeed Gemma, great day out and some great rugby played. Congratulations to all the teams and well done to the organisers.

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