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Energia Women’s All-Ireland League: Scoring Charts

Energia Women’s All-Ireland League: Scoring Charts

Energia Women’s All-Ireland League: Scoring Charts

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The Energia Women’s All-Ireland League has reached the half-way point in its regular season and it’s been an entertaining campaign so far with 1309 points scored across 27 games. That translates into an average of almost eight tries per game, and some players are tearing up the scoring charts.

Hannah O’Connor of Blackrock College currently leads the league as the overall scorer with a combination of tries and points off the boot. The number 8 also made her senior international debut in 2019.

UL Bohemian out-half Nicole Fitzgerald has the highest conversion rate, while Nicole Fowley of Galwegians has the highest strike rate for penalties.

Chloe Pearse of UL Bohs is currently the league’s top try scorer. Playing in the front row this year, she opened her account with five tries in Round 1 and has scored a try per game in each of the last four rounds.

When it comes to a range of scorers, Railway Union and UL Bohemian both look strong with a total of 19 individual try scorers each so far. A more in-depth look at the league’s scoring charts are below.

Energia Women’s All-Ireland League 2019/20 Scoring Charts:

Total Points:

1  Hannah O’Connor (Blackrock College) – 52 pts

2  Chloe Pearse (UL Bohemian) – 45 pts

3 Alison Miller (Old Belvedere) – 40 pts

T4 Larissa Muldoon (Railway Union), Nicole Fitzgerald (UL Bohemian) – 34 pts

T6 Nicole Fowley (Galwegians), Ailsa Hughes (Railway Union), Maeve O’Brien (Suttonians) – 30 pts

9 Jemma Jackson (Old Belvedere) – 28 pts

T10 Michelle Claffey (Blackrock College), Linda Djougang (Old Belvedere), Aoife Doyle (Railway Union), Molly Fitzgerald (Suttonians), Victoria Irwin (Cooke), Caoimhe Molloy (Blackrock College), Greer Muir (Suttonians), Stephanie Nunan (UL Bohemian), Elise O’Byrne White (Old Belvedere), Sarah Quin (UL Bohemian) – 25 pts

Tries Scored:

1  Chloe Pearse (UL Bohemian) – 9 Tries

2 Alison Miller (Old Belvedere) – 8 Tries

T3 Ailsa Hughes (Railway Union), Maeve O’Brien (Suttonians) – 6 Tries

T5 Michelle Claffey (Blackrock College), Linda Djougang (Old Belvedere), Aoife Doyle (Railway Union), Molly Fitzgerald (Suttonians), Caoimhe Molloy (Blackrock College), Greer Muir (Suttonians), Stephanie Nunan (UL Bohemian), Elise O’Byrne White (Old Belvedere) – 5 Tries

T13 Dearbhla Canty (Galwegians), Stephanie Carroll (Railway Union), Hannah O’Connor (Blackrock College), Emer O’Mahony (Railway Union), Sarah Quin (UL Bohemian) – 4 Tries

T18 Natasja Behan (Blackrock College), Eimear Considine (UL Bohemian), Ciara Farrell (Suttonians), Clodagh O’Halloran (UL Bohemian), Fiona Reidy (UL Bohemian) – 3 Tries

Conversions:

1 Nicole Fitzgerald (UL Bohemian) – 34 pts
2 Hannah O’Connor (Blackrock College) – 26 pts
3 Larissa Muldoon (Railway Union) – 24 pts
4 Jemma Jackson (Old Belvedere) – 22 pts
5 Nicole Carroll (Suttonians) – 20 pts
6 Nicole Fowley (Galwegians) – 16 pts
T7 Alexa Grudgings (Malone), Victoria Irwin (Cooke) – 14 pts
9 Aine Donnelly (Old Belvedere) – 12 pts
T10 Katelyn Faust (Railway Union), Molly Scuffil McCabe (Railway Union) – 4 pts

Penalties Scored:

1 Nicole Fowley (Galwegians) – 9 pts
T2 Victoria Irwin (Cooke), Jemma Jackson (Old Belvedere), Hannah O’Connor (Blackrock College) – 6pts
5 Nicole Carroll (Suttonians) – 3 pts

Try Scoring Spread:

UL Bohemian: 19 try scorers

Railway Union: 19 try scorers

Blackrock College: 14 try scorers

Old Belvedere: 12 try scorers

Suttonians: 10 try scorers

Galwegians: 9 try scorers

Cooke: 8 try scorers

Malone: 6 try scorers