UL Bohs continue on their impressive winning streak
UL Bohemians sit top of the Energia Women's All-Ireland League after the first block of fixtures.
Last year's beaten finalists have been brilliant in the opening three rounds with comprehensive victories over Malone, Blackrock and Galwegians.
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Their 65-20 win away to Galwegians in Crowley Park last weekend means they are level on points with great rivals Railway Union at the top of the standings, but UL Bohs' massive points difference of 130 means they lead the way.
Last Saturday Clodagh O'Halloran touched down twice while Stephanie Nunan, Fiona Reidy, Claire Bennett, Laura O'Mahony, Aoife Corey, Rachel Allen, Lily Brady, Niamh Kavanagh and Edel Murphy also scored in another thumping victory in Galway.
Galwegians were completely overpowered and already trailed 27-10 at half-time in their home ground.
UL Bohs were completely rampant and had ten different try-scorers as they made another a big statement with the margin of this win. UL Bohs had the bonus point secured before the half-time interval, and now average over nine tries a game.