2019-20 All Ireland League Women Club Rugby Women Editorial

AIL Women. Week 11 Wrap.

There was a full set of fixtures completed this weekend. Despite losing, I’m sure Cooke and Suttonians will be glad to have gotten a hit out.

Blackrock were this week’s stars with a big win against second placed Railway Union. The rest of the games went pretty much as predicted.

This leaves the standings as follows.

There is still a bit of sorting out to be done when the re-fixed matches are completed. The re-fix games will start after Week 12 – which goes ahead as normal this weekend.

With three of the four matches taking place in Belfast we should be able to bring you plenty of coverage.


While there hasn’t been much movement in the overall standings, there has been quite a bit of activity on our scorers tables.

Energia AIL Women Scorers

It was a comparitively low scoring week with 129 points scored over the four games. The points came from 20 tries, 10 conversions (50% conversion rate) and three penalties.

Hannah O’Connor was this week’s leading scorer, scoring all of Blackrock’s 16 points against Railway  from 1 try, 1 conversion and 3 penalties.

There were three players on 10 points with Ella Durkan (Malone), Laura Sheehan (UL Bohemian) and Sarah Quin (UL Bohemian) all bagging a brace of tries.

Despite O’Connor’s impressive haul, Stephanie Carroll has managed to hold on to top spot by virtue of her try for Railway Union in the same game.

Carroll’s try at the weekend has also kept her well clear at the top of the leading try scorers table, where this week’s big mover is UL Bohemian’s Quin whose two tries against Suttonians has enabled her to leapfrog a plethora of players on 6 tries for the season.

Quin’s next target will be to chase down teammate Chloe Pearse, who led this table for so long until Carroll hit her free scoring burst in recent weeks.

We’ll update the Players Player nominations after the refixed games have been completed.

There is one amendment to this week’s totals with Malone’s Alexa Grudgings now correctly credited with 3 conversions against Suttonians way back in Week 5. These had previously been credited under the wrong name.

You can view all the teams individual scorer stats below.  Give us a shout if the are any mistakes.

Hannah O’ConnorBlackrock514568
Caoimhe MolloyBlackrock60030
Michelle ClaffeyBlackrock50025
Netasja BehanBlackrock40020
Aisling BrosnanBlackrock20010
Alison ColemanBlackrock20010
Jenni BurkeBlackrock20010
Mairaid HolohanBlackrock20010
Ray LawlessBlackrock20010
Lisa MullenBlackrock0408
AnnMarie RooneyBlackrock1005
Christina HaneyBlackrock1005
Maeve ListonBlackrock1005
Meabh ScallyBlackrock1005
Mona FehilyBlackrock1005
Orla MolloyBlackrock1005
Rosie NewtonBlackrock1005
Valerie PowerBlackrock0102
Vicky IrwinCooke17225
Aishling O’ConnellCooke30015
Beth CreganCooke20010
Eliza DowneyCooke20010
Emma KearneyCooke20010
Hanna HarrisCooke20010
Ilse van StadenCooke20010
Hannah KilgoreCooke1005
Lesley MegarityCooke1005
Amanda MortonCooke0102
Nicole FowleyGalwegians211341
Dearbhla CantyGalwegians60030
Ursula SalmonGalwegians30015
Orla DixonGalwegians30015
Kate FeehanGalwegians20010
Mairead CoyneGalwegians20010
Marina GrayGalwegians20010
Julie LyonsGalwegians1005
Lisa AngrimGalwegians1005
Tara BuggieGalwegians1005
Tracy LawlorGalwegians1005
Nikki KennedyGalwegians0204
Alexa GrudgingsMalone012024
Ella DurkanMalone40020
Neve JonesMalone40020
Lauren MaginnesMalone30015
Sarah MurphyMalone30015
Holly BranniganMalone20010
Grace DavittMalone1107
Olivia AndrewsMalone1005
Peita McAllisterMalone1005
Sara HoustonMalone1005
Allison MillerOld Belvedere90045
Jemma JacksonOld Belvedere116243
Elise O’Byrne WhiteOld Belvedere60030
Linda DjougangOld Belvedere50025
Grace MillerOld Belvedere30015
Vanessa HullonOld Belvedere30015
Victoria Dubanovich O’MahonyOld Belvedere30015
Aine DonnellyOld Belvedere06012
Alba Marlasca AbasoloOld Belvedere20010
Fiona TuiteOld Belvedere20010
Clodagh DunneOld Belvedere1005
Aoife ByrneOld Belvedere1005
Claire McLaughlinOld Belvedere1005
Franziska KlappothOld Belvedere1005
Kathryn DaneOld Belvedere1005
Stephanie CarrollRailway Union140070
Larissa MuldoonRailway Union212034
Ailsa HughesRailway Union60030
Nikki CaugheyRailway Union013026
Aoife DoyleRailway Union50025
Cliodnha O’ConnorRailway Union40020
Emer O’MahoneyRailway Union40020
Lisa CallanRailway Union40020
Amanda McQuadeRailway Union30015
Niamh ByrneRailway Union30015
Claire CoombesRailway Union20010
Aoife O’ShaughnessyRailway Union20010
Ciara CooneyRailway Union20010
Deirdre RobertsRailway Union20010
Lindsay PeatRailway Union20010
Penalty TryRailway Union1107
Christine CoffeyRailway Union0306
Aimee ClarkeRailway Union1005
Aoife MooreRailway Union1005
Claire BolesRailway Union1005
Daisy EarleRailway Union1005
Grainne O’LoughlinRailway Union1005
Meg KendalRailway Union1005
Katelyn FaustRailway Union0204
Molly Scuffil McCabeRailway Union0204
Molly FitzgeraldSuttonians80040
Meabh O’BrienSuttonians60030
Greer MuirSuttonians50025
Nicolle CarrollSuttonians010123
Ciara FarrellSuttonians30015
Sophie GibneySuttonians1107
Grainne TummonSuttonians1005
Julia BauerSuttonians1005
Lauren Farrell McCabeSuttonians1005
Rebecca SullivanSuttonians1005
Roisin O’DriscollSuttonians1005
Chloe PearseUL Bohemian110055
Nicole FitzgeraldUL Bohemian022044
Sarah QuinUL Bohemian70035
Stephanie NunanUL Bohemian60030
Fiona ReidyUL Bohemian60030
Laura SheehanUL Bohemian40020
Clodagh O’HalloranUL Bohemian40020
Edel MurphyUL Bohemian40020
Eimear ConsidineUL Bohemian40020
Rachel AllenUL Bohemian32019
Alana McInerneyUL Bohemian20010
Ciara GriffinUL Bohemian20010
Claire BennettUL Bohemian20010
Kate SheehanUL Bohemian20010
Niamh KavanaghUL Bohemian20010
Aoife CoreyUL Bohemian1005
Caoimhe TiernanUL Bohemian1005
Ciara O’HalloranUL Bohemian1005
Emma DoolanUL Bohemian1005
Laura O’MahoneyUL Bohemian1005
Lily BradyUL Bohemian1005
Orla CurtinUL Bohemian1005

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