Club Women

All Ireland League Week 4 WRAP

By John McMurtry

Oct 25, 2021

WAIL Week 4

Wicklow are our team of the week following their first ever AIL win after a second half comeback against Malone.  Also worthy of mention are Galwegians who picked up their first win of the season and Railway Union who smashed league rivals UL Bohemian in the top of the table clash 

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team of the week

wicklow rfc

Old Belvedere wingers Clare Gorman and Laura Carty run wild scoring 8 of Belvo's 13 tries against Ballincollig. Other scores from Victoria O'Mahony, Elise O Byrne-White, Grace Miller, Aine Donnelly, Oonagh Hynes and the boot of Jemma Farrell. 

old belvedere 

ballinacollig

73

0

A dominant display from Railway Union leads to a bonus point win against table top rivals UL Bohemian. Katie O'Dwyer, Deirdre Roberts( 2), Niamh Byrne, Aoife Doyle and Stephanie Carroll all score with Nikki Caughey adding 7 from the boot. 

Railway union

ul bohemian

37

10

Blackrock College take full advantage of an out of sorts Cooke. Michelle Claffey (2), Aoife Wafer (3), Maeve Liston, Anna Doyle (2), Nichola Fryday and Maeve Óg O’Leary  all cross with Lisa Mullen (4), and Meabh Deely adding conversions. 

Cooke

Blackrock 

0

66

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GALwegians

suttonains

17

12

Wicklow

malone

12

7

Try: Orla Dixon, Megan Walsh, Maria Gorham.  Con:  Emma Keane

Try:  Mary Healy (2) Con: Jessica Kelleher

Try: Ella Roberts, Sarah Gleeson Con: Beth Roberts

Try: Neve Jones Con: Alexa Grudgings

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other matches

player of the week

There were plenty of contenders in our other matches but five tries in one game on your fifth outing in the AIL means our player of the week award goes to Old Belvedere's CLARE GORMAN.