20 Jun, 09:22
Ireland Women's Sevens head coach Jon Skurr has announced a 12-woman squad for the Rugby World Cup Sevens in Moscow (June 29-30).
'Wegians now face a tough semi final against the winner of the other quarter final played this weekend: Shannon. The Munster side put out St. Mary's College in revenge for one of their defeats in the AIB League this season. They were determined not to lose twice to the Dublin side
Galwegians 53 - 0 Malone
St. Mary's College 15 - 28 Shannon
Blackrock College V Clontarf
Galwegians V Shannon
In the AIB League there was action in Divisions 2 and 3, with the cream of the Division 1 sides in action for the Club International side against Scotland in Donnybrook.
Buccaneers have joined Malone at the top of Division 2 thanks to thier win over Barnhall. Clonakilty did struggling Suttonians no favours leaving the Dublin 13 side level on points with Wanderers and Thomond near the bottom of the table.Barnhall 18 - 45 Buccaneers
In Division 3 there were two games up for decision. Banbridge kept up the pressure on the top three with their tight win over Connemara while Tipperary side Nenagh Ormond put a dent in Waterpark's survival hopes with a 33 - 6 win.Connemara 13 - 19 Banbridge