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All-Ireland Women’s Sevens

All-Ireland Women’s Sevens

All-Ireland Women’s Sevens

Six Women’s All-Ireland League teams gathered at Terenure College for the 2019 Women’s All-Ireland Sevens. Railway Union came out on top after four games with a big win over Old Belvedere in the day’s final. The results determine seedings for the second round of the competition in the University of Limerick on June 15.

Group A: Blackrock College, Galwegians, Railway Union

Group B: Cooke, UL Bohemian, Old Belvedere


Railway Union 41 Blackrock College 0; Old Belvedere 24 Cooke 0; Railway Union 26 Galwegians 14; Old Belvedere 27 UL Bohemian 12; Galwegians 17 Blackrock College 10; UL Bohemian 36 Cooke 12; Railway Union 47 UL Bohemian 05; Galwegians 19 Old Belvedere 10; Blackrock College 25 Cooke 05.

FINAL: Railway Union 45 Old Belvedere 0

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Blackrock College: Ann-Marie Rooney, Nini McCarthy, Maebh Donohue, Adele Leogue, Christy Haney, Aoife Browne, Clare Kealy.

Cooke: Rachel Beattie, Katie Kerr, Kelly McCormill, Lauren Pedlow, Caitlin Fisher, Anistasia Perysinakis, Jane Doonan, Dolores Hughes, Ella Garland.    

Galwegians: Shannen Lane, Shannon Touhy, Nicole Fowley, Orla Dixon, Marina Grey, Denise Redmond, Emma Doyle, Ina Butler, Sarah Glynn, Elizabeth McKeever, Caoimhe Harte.

Old Belvedere Broncos: Laura Mahon, Niamh Ni Dhroma, Jenny Finlay, Amber Redmond, Ellen Murphy, Grace Miller, Clodagh Dunne, Vanessa Hullond, Rachel Healy, Rose Alice Murphy, Lesley Ring, Jan Carrol.

Railway Union: Lisa Callan, Aimee Clarke, Emma Murphy, Linsday Peat, Katie O’Dwyer, Lucinda Kinghan, Laura Barachetti, Larissa Muldoon, Katelyn Faust, Erin Coll, Stephanie Carroll, Emer O’Mahony.

UL Bohemian: Niamh Kavanagh, Rosie Newton, Rachel Allen, Sorcha Ní Uallacháin, Caoimhe Tiernan, Geena Behan, Syphonia Pua, Aoife O’Sullivan, Enya Breen, Fiona Hayes.