Hot on the heals of a disappointing defeat to the defending champions Munster, Connacht can still claim their first interprovincial title in almost twenty years when they face Ulster at home (Saturday, 17th December, Corinthians RFC, 2:00). While Munster are in pole position to claim the series, leading by two points from Leinster who have six, Connacht lie a mere point behind them in third and, though they have opted for a more difficult route, they have victory firmly in their sights.

1. Laura Feely Galwegians
2. Ciara OConnor Galwegians
3. Ann Marie OHora Castlebar
4. Amelie Roux Galwegians
5. Valerie Mitchell UL bohemians
6. Carol Staunton St Marys
7. Grainne Egan St Marys
8. Nichola Fryday Tullamore
9. Mary Healy Galwegians
10.Clare Raftery Galwegians
11. Ali Miller Old Belvadere
12. Emma Cleary Galwegians
13. Shannon Touhey Tullamore
14. Orla Dixon NUIG
15. Mairead Coyne Galwegians
16. Eimear Murphy Carlow IT
17. Tara Buggie NUIG
18. Marion Sheridan Tuam
19. Heather Cary Galwegians
20. Shannen Lane NUIG
21. Jill Draper Tullamore
22. Sarah Jane Fox Galwegains
23. Ursula Sammon Galwegians

 

Head Coach: JP Walsh11222

Assistant Coaches: Gavin Foley, Ja Naughton

Team Manager: Ann Marie Keane

Physio: Killian Deenihan

 

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