Draw made for 2019/2020 Women’s AIL Cup

Holders UL Bohs have received a bye to the quarter finals following the draw for next season’s AIL Women’s Cup.

The competition kicks off on October 5th, one week before, the AIL Women’s League, and increases from 13 to 15 teams.

Suttonians and Malone are this year’s debutants. Seven of the 15 participants play their rugby outside of the AIL.

As in previous years, there will be Plate and Shield competitions for teams who fail to advance in the Cup.

UL Bohs beat Blackrock in last the 2018/19 decider and you can view highlights of that game here.

The draw in full is as follows:

UL Bohemian v BYE

Westport v Cooke

Shannon v Malone

Galwegians v Tullamore

Suttonians v Tralee

City Of Derry v Old Belvedere

Tullow v Railway Union

Ballynahinch v Blackrock

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