Monday 18 November 2019

Bohs aiming to keep perfect record intact

Tomorrow Suttonians come to Limerick, and they currently lie sixth in the standings with just one win so far this season (stock photo)
Tomorrow Suttonians come to Limerick, and they currently lie sixth in the standings with just one win so far this season (stock photo)

Daragh Saall

UL Bohemians will look to continue their brilliant start to Division 1 of the Energia Women's All-Ireland League at home to Suttonians tomorrow.

Last year's beaten finalists have won all three of their games so far this season, and must build on the momentum with reigning champions Railway Union also having a 100 per cent record.

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It looks set to be another fascinating battle with their Dublin rivals this season. Railway Union beat UL Bohemians to claim their first Women's All-Ireland League title in last April's decider.

Railway Union hammered Suttonians in Round 1, they subsequently beat Old Belvedere and Malone too. But UL Bohemians still lead the way on points difference.

UL Bohemians began with a 62-0 victory away to Malone in Gibson Park. They followed that up 38-15 success at home against Blackrock. Last time out they were at Crowley Park in Galway, they registered a big 65-20 victory over Galwegians.

Tomorrow Suttonians come to Limerick, and they currently lie sixth in the standings with just one win so far this season.

After their big defeat at home to Railway Union in the opening round, they beat Galwegians 17-12 but lost heavily at home to Old Belvedere in Round 3.

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