Founders Day was a memorable outing (pre 7pm) for the Ladies as it saw the return of old legends in the black and white. Laura Wright came back to recreate her double act with Amy Harvey in the middle of the pitch and managed to school some of the opposition along the way.
Brid Reynolds gave the girls a quick minute or two before stumbling across an open can of magners and a cheerleading outfit.
Try of the day goes to Elaine McHugh, who thought she was back playing Gaelic in Fermanagh with a beautiful little chip and chase over the line.
Unfortunately the “Rest Teams” proved the stronger opposition in the end for the Retired Ladies and 2nd Team with the Renegades losing both.
The Ladies 1st team game was as controversial as ever this week, with the honesty policy refereeing continuing. Abandonment of the game was threatened at one point when the women’s touches became more aggressive than Tom Healy after a sniff of Prosecco. #metoo
Harvey and Mulli continued their loop de loops this week which created a perfect gap for Mulli to sneak through for the 1st Try.
Rookie Jackie, who flew her family in for the occasion, secured herself a Birthday Try. Mulligan managed to leave her bent foot at home this week, converting both.
The game would end 14-5 to Renegades.
Try fail of the day goes to Amy Harvey, who after breaking through the defense 50 yards out, dramatically tripped just before the line denying the Ladies a third Try. This set the tone for the rest of day for the Harvey McGlynns.
Afterwards the Women settled down with a case of beer each to cheer on their top Renegades male player... Mikey Williams.
Updated 19:29 - 9 Mar 2018 by Rich Cumbers