The Women’s All-Ireland League kicks back into action this Sunday. Can Highfield peg back UL Bohs in Division 1? Can Navan maintain their narrow lead in Division 2N and can anyone catch Tralee and Shannon in Division 2S?
WOMEN’S ALL-IRELAND LEAGUE: Sunday, January 9
Kick-off 1pm unless stated –
DIVISION 1 –
An interesting weekend for UL Bohemians and Highfield as they will hope to negotiate tricky ties against Blackrock and St. Mary’s ahead of what may be the crunch game a week later when they square off at Woodleigh Park.
Clonmel v Galwegians, Clonmel
Cooke v Old Belvedere, Shaw’s Bridge
St. Mary’s v Highfield, Templeville Road
UL Bohemians v Blackrock, Annacotty
DIVISION 2 NORTH –
Navan have a slim three-point lead over City of Derry at the top of the table, while Longford and Cill Dara will hope to capitalise on any slip-ups.
City Of Derry v Carrickfergus, Judge’s Road, 1pm, Saturday, January 8
Cavan v Cill Dara, Cavan
Dublin University v Belfast Harlequins, College Park
Longford v Enniskillen, Longford
Navan v Malahide, Balreask Old
DIVISION 2 SOUTH –
Shannon face bottom of the table Clanwilliam and they will be hoping that their Limerick neighbours Young Munster will do them a favour by beating Tralee in what may be the match of the day in Division 2S.
Galbally v Tuam, Galbally, 12.30pm
Shannon v Clanwilliam, Coonagh
Thurles v Ballincollig, Thurles
Young Munster v Tralee, Tom Clifford Park
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