Laura Guest makes two changes to her Munster side for Ulster clash

Laura Guest makes two changes for Ulster clash.

The Munster Women’s team, are back in Interprovincial action on Saturday as Ulster visit Garryowen FC in their second encounter of the campaign (3pm).

No fewer than twelve women from UL Bohemian will start the game.

There are two changes to the starting side who lost out 19-15 to Connacht in last weekend’s opening game with Laura O’Mahony moving to full-back and Laura Sheehan promoted from the bench to the wing.

Syphonia Pua maintains her spot on the wing with Aine Staunton and Niamh Kavanagh cementing their partnership in the centre.

Rachel Allen follows on from her Interpro debut last weekend at out-half as Ellen Murphy retains her place at scrum-half.

The experienced combination of Fiona Hayes, Gillian Bourke and Fiona Reidy make up the front row.

Siobhan McCarthy and Chloe Pearse are named in the second row as Edel Murphy, Siobhan Fleming (captain) and Ciara Griffin complete the back row.

Replacement Linda McNamara is set to make her Interpro debut from the bench as Leah Lyons, Maura Collins, Zoe Grattage, Roisin Ormond, Anna Caplice, Christine Arthurs and Valerie Power complete the bench.

Munster will round off their Interprovincial campaign against Leinster at Thomond Park on Saturday, December 16, at 2.30pm.

Munster: Laura O’Mahony (UL Bohemian); Laura Sheehan (UL Bohemian), Aine Staunton (UL Bohemian), Niamh Kavanagh (UL Bohemian), Syphonia Pua (UL Bohemian); Rachel Allen (UL Bohemian), Ellen Murphy (Old Belvedere); Fiona Hayes (UL Bohemian), Gillian Bourke (UL Bohemian), Fiona Reidy (UL Bohemian); Siobhan McCarthy (Railway Union), Chloe Pearse (UL Bohemian); Edel Murphy (UL Bohemian), Siobhan Fleming (Tralee), Ciara Griffin (UL Bohemian).

Replacements: Leah Lyons (Highfield), Maura Collins (Tralee), Zoe Grattage (Highfield), Roisin Ormond (Ballincollig), Anna Caplice (UL Bohemian), Christine Arthurs (Highfield), Valerie Power (Shannon), Linda McNamara (Highfield)*.

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