UL Bohemian maintained their 100% record with a comfortable win against a rusty Cooke on Saturday afternoon at UL Sports.
The home team dominated proceedings as they raced to a 24 – 10 lead at half time scoring four tries, two converted.
Cooke responded with try, converted by Vicky Irwin, who also added a penalty. Who scored at the bottom of the pile up has been a source of confusion throughout the day but we can finally confirm that captain Beth Cregan was awarded the score. 🙄
The second half was all Bohs as Cooke lived of scraps, the home side running in a further 22 unanswered points for a 46 – 10 win.
The Bohs try scorers were Clodagh OHalloran, Eimear Considine (2), Chloe Pearse, Stephanie Nunan (2), Claire Bennett and Ciara Griffin with Nicole Fitzgerald converting three.
UL Bohemian: Eimear Considine, Erin Coll, Enya Breen, Rachel Allen, Stephanie Nunan, Nicole Fitzgerald, Helen McDermott, Chloe Pearse, Kate Sheehan, Fiona Reidy, Ciara O’Halloran, Claire Bennett, Ciara Griffin, Clodagh OHalloran, Sarah Quin. Replacements: Laura Delaney, Edel Murphy, Orla Curtin, Emma Doolan, Lily Brady, Sorcha NíUallacháin
Cooke: Teah Maguire, Eliza Downey, Breana Kaio Te Whetu, Vicky Irwin, Dolores Hughes, Amanda Morton, Hannah Kilgore, Ilse Van Staden, Beth Cregan, Hanna Harris, Aishling O’Connell, Helen McGhee, Laura Cairns, Kelly McCormill, Katie Hetherington. Replacements: Sophie Allen, Ella Garland