UL Bohs set for Women’s AIL Top Four round-robin in January

Details have been confirmed for the remaining fixtures in the Women’s Division of the All-Ireland League.

With league element concluding on December 11th Railway Union, UL Bohemian, Blackrock College and Old Belvedere qualified for the All-Ireland League Women’s Division Top Four. Those teams will now compete in a round-robin format to determine which teams will contest the AIL final.

Teams that finished 5th to 10th in the regular season (Galwegians, Suttonians, Cooke, Malone, Ballincollig and Wicklow) now play a separate round-robin for the All-Ireland League Women’s Division Conference trophy.

With the Six Nations not kicking off until a month later, it is intended that international players will be available to represent their clubs throughout January and February up to and including the All-Ireland League final.

Promotion/Relegation for the newly expanded league is not due to come into effect until the 2023/24 season. The IRFU is working with provinces to facilitate competitive games between the provincial qualifying leagues champions at the end of the season.

All-Ireland League Women’s Division 2021/22

Final Standings, All-Ireland League Regular Season 2021/22:

1st: Railway Union; 2nd: UL Bohemian; 3rd: Blackrock College; 4th: Old Belvedere; 5th: Galwegians; 6th: Suttonians; 7th: Cooke; 8th: Malone; 9th: Ballincollig; 10th: Wicklow.

Saturday January 8th, 2022:

All-Ireland Cup Quarter Finals

Queen’s University v Galwegians; Railway Union v Blackrock College; UL Bohemian v Cooke; Wicklow v Ballincollig.

All-Ireland Shield Quarter Finals:

Cavan v OLBC; Malone v Tipperary.

Saturday January 15th, 2022:

All-Ireland League, Women’s Division Top Four Round 1:

Blackrock College v Old Belvedere; Railway Union v UL Bohemian.

All-Ireland League, Women’s Division Conference Round 1:

Cooke v Suttonians; Malone v Ballincollig; Wicklow v Galwegians.

Saturday January 22nd, 2022:

All-Ireland League, Women’s Division Top Four Round 2:

Railway Union v Blackrock College; UL Bohemian v Old Belvedere.

All-Ireland League, Women’s Division Conference Round 2:

Galwegians v Cooke; Suttonians v Malone; Wicklow v Ballincollig.

Saturday January 29th, 2022:

All-Ireland League, Women’s Division Top Four Round 3:

Railway Union v Old Belvedere; UL Bohemian v Blackrock College.

All-Ireland League, Women’s Division Conference Round 3:

Ballincollig v Cooke; Malone v Wicklow; Suttonians v Galwegians.

Saturday February 12th, 2022:

All-Ireland League, Women’s Division Top Four Round 4:

Old Belvedere v Blackrock College; UL Bohemian v Railway Union.

All-Ireland League, Women’s Division Conference Round 4:

Cooke v Wicklow; Galwegians v Malone; Ballincollig v Suttonians.

Saturday February 19th, 2022:

All-Ireland League, Women’s Division Top Four Round 5:

Blackrock College v Railway Union; Old Belvedere v UL Bohemian.

All-Ireland League, Women’s Division Conference Round 5:

Galwegians v Ballincollig; Malone v Cooke; Wicklow v Suttonians.

Saturday February 26th, 2022:

All-Ireland League, Women’s Division Finals:

Final; 3rd/4th Place Playoff; Conference Final; 3rd/4th Conference Playoff; 5th/6th Conference Playoff.

Saturday March 5th, 2022:

All-Ireland Cup Semi-Finals:

Cup Semi-Final; Plate Semi-Final; Shield Semi-Final.

Sunday 20th March, 2022:

All-Ireland Finals:

Cup Final; Plate Final; Shield Final.

Full fixture details will be confirmed in due course.

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