07 Oct 2022

Tullamore RFC invite members and friends to watch Irish womens' international

Tullamore RFC invite members and friends to watch Irish womens' international

The Irish team that defeated Japan in the frst test

TULLAMORE Rugby Club have extended an open invitation to members and locals to watch the Ireland v Japan womens' rugby international next Saturday in their club house.

Four former and current Tullamore players featured in Ireland's win over Japan last Saturday and will feature again in the second test which takes place in Japan at 11am Irish time.

Kilcormac woman, Nichola Fryday, Tullamore's Ailsa Hughes and Clara's Aoife Dalton started last Saturday while Kilcavan's Leah Tarpey came on as a replacement.

Team captain Fryday and Hughes started their careers in Tullamore and now play with Exeter Chiefs and Railway Union, respectively. Dalton recently switched from Tullamore to Old Belvedere while Tarpey is still playing with Tullamore.

The Tullamore RFC club house in Spollanstown will be open from 10.30am and the club would like to see a good turnout to support and celebrate their local heroes. They have extended an invite to all, especially to younger members, and any family members, relations, friends of the ladies from Tullamore RFC who are involved.

Ireland team to play Japan

15. Méabh Deely (Blackrock College RFC/Connacht) 1
14. Natasja Behan (Blackrock College RFC/Leinster) 1
13. Aoife Dalton (Tullamore RFC/Leinster) 1
12. Enya Breen (TBC/Munster) 15
11. Aoife Doyle (Railway Union RFC/Munster) 11
10. Dannah O’Brien (Tullow RFC/Leinster) 1
9. Ailsa Hughes (Railway Union RFC/Leinster) 15
1. Laura Feely (Blackrock College RFC/Connacht) 23
2. Neve Jones (Gloucester-Hartpury/Ulster) 12
3. Linda Djougang (TBC/Leinster) 23
4. Hannah O’Connor (Blackrock College RFC/Leinster) 13
5. Nichola Fryday (Exeter Chiefs/Connacht) (capt) 28
6. Jo Brown (Worcester Warriors/IQ Rugby) *
7. Edel McMahon (Exeter Chiefs/IQ Rugby) 20
8. Grace Moore (Saracens/IQ Rugby) 4


16. Emma Hooban (Blackrock College RFC/Leinster) 12
17. Chloe Pearse (UL Bohemian RFC/Munster) 6
18. Katie O’Dwyer (Railway Union RFC/Leinster) 11
19. Taryn Schutzler (Saracens/Ulster) 1
20. Jess Keating (Life University/Leinster) *
21. Molly Scuffil-McCabe (Railway Union RFC/Leinster) 3
22. Leah Tarpey (Tullamore RFC/Leinster) 1
23. Emma Tilly (MU Barnhall RFC/Leinster) *

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