UL Bohemian march on in Women’s AIL.

UL Bohs’ women have picked up where they left off last season with bonus point wins in their first three AIL outings this season.

The University side ran out comprehensive 27-7 winners over Cooke at Shaw’s Bridge at the weekend.

Rachel Allen went over for a brace for the defending champions with Gill Bourke, Anna Caplice and Chloe Pearse responsible for the rest.

The Limerick side now sit top of the table as they continued their 100% start to the campaign.

Elsewhere there were third round wins for Railway Union, Highfield and Galwegians.

Railway Union came from behind to see out an 18-12 victory over Old Belvedere in their Dublin derby at Park Avenue.

While Highfield earned a 20-15 a bonus point win in Spollanstown to record their first victory of the season.

Bundee Aki watched on as part of the management team as Galwegians also recorded their first league victory of the season, they saw off Blackrock 22-12.

COOKE 7 UL BOHEMIANS 27

RAILWAY UNION 18 OLD BELVEDERE 12

TULLAMORE 15 HIGHFIELD 20

GALWEGIANS 22 BLACKROCK 12