Round 4 of the Women’s AIL got underway last weekend with Limerick’s UL Bohemians falling a sizeable 27 points short of Railway Union.
The top game in the tournament saw the top two sides meet at Willow Lodge, where second placed Railway Union had a convincing win over competition leaders UL Bohemian 37-10.
The Dublin side were 17-0 up before Bohs’ out-half Nicole Cronin opened the visitors account with a penalty just before half time. A try from Sarah Quin, converted by Cronin, closed the gap to seven points early in the second half, but three more tries from the home side saw them take maximum points.
The competition also saw landslide victories for Blackrock College and Old Belvedere. Ballincollig suffered a heavy 75-0 defeat away to Old Belvedere at Ollie Campbell Park while Blackrock College ran in 68 unanswered points against Cooke at Shaws Bridge.
Take a look at the full results list below:
Old Belvedere 75-0 Ballincollig
Cooke 0-68 Blackrock College
Galwegians 17-12 Suttonians
Railway Union RFC 37-10 UL Bohemian
Wicklow RFC 12-7 Malone