The 2021-2022 National Snooker Intermediate Tour season saw many newcomers to the tour with increased participation.  Players representing 9 counties for the first time on tour, showing our promotions and development over the past number of seasons is working well indeed.

Stephanie Foley from Carlow retained her number 1 spot on tour, congratulations to her on this great achievement.  Tina Keogh from Offaly went into 2nd place after a great season having jumped from 9th place last season.  Christine Carr from Kildare went back into the top 4 at 3rd spot from 6th and Jennifer Earle from Dublin moved up one place from 5th to 4th place, all great results for these players.

Louise Maher from Kilkenny finished 5th on the National Intermediate Rankings after a great first season with RILSA having won 3 events in a row and finishing runner up to Tina Keogh in the final event of the season in Celbridge, a great achievement for the Kilkenny woman.

Other newcomers on tour this season who made a great progress finishing in the top 16 on their first season are 12th Grushenka Arnold from Dublin, 13th Michelle Morris from Donegal, 14th Elizabeth Lynch from Offaly, 15th Nafeesa Naz from Dublin and 16th Laura Hughes from Limerick.  Well done to everyone on their results in the National Intermediate Rankings this season.

Suzanne Randle from Limerick finished 10th from 34th last season a great result for her on tour.  Those who dropped down the rankings are, Carrie Randle from Wicklow 2nd to 7th, Joanna Ward from Kildare from 3rd to 6th, Valerie Maloney from Laois 7th to 8th, Megan Randle from Wicklow 4th to 9th, Emirjeta Doda 8th to 11th.  While these players moved down the rankings they all remain in the top 16 which qualifies them for the National Intermediate Championship on Saturday 9th April 2022

We at RILSA wish to congratulate all our players for their success and thank you all for your support and participation throughout the season.

The National Intermediate Ranking List is now published on our website


RK Name Club/School Tot
1st Stephanie Foley Carlow 8500
2nd Tina Keogh Offaly 8100
3rd Christine Carr Kildare 7400
4th Jennifer Earle Dublin 7400
5th  Louise Maher Kilkenny 6500
6th  Joanna Ward Kildare 6000
7th Carrie Randle Wicklow 4700
8th Valerie Maloney Laois 4200
9th Megan Randle Wicklow 3300
10th Suzanne Randle Limerick 3300
11th Emirjeta Doda  Dublin 3800
12th Grushenka Arnold Dublin 3000
13th Michelle Morris Donegal 2000
14th Elizabeth Lynch Offaly 1800
15th Nafeesa Naz Dublin 800
16th Laura Hughes Limerick 600
17th Aoimheann Kearney St Marks Kildare 500
18th Fiona Carr St Marks Kildare 500
19th Emma Daly St Marks Kildare 500
20th Abbie Thompson St Marks Kildare 500
21st Jessica Beatty St Marks Kildare 500
22nd Kirsty Curtis St Marks Kildare 500
23rd Orla Duffy St Marks Kildare 500
24th Chloe Carey St Marks Kildare 500
25th Roisin Beale Kildare 500
26th Celine Chelariu St Marks Kildare 500
27th Aoife Williams St Marks Kildare 500
28th Ailish Murphy St Marks Kildare 500
29th Katelyn O’Reilly St Marks Kildare 500
30th Alex Murane St Marks Kildare 500
31st  Lucy Corcoran St Marks Kildare 500
32nd Donna Dunne Dublin 500