Stephanie Foley from Carlow and current Irish Intermediate Snooker number 1 ranked player is still on track to retain her number 1 spot as the season nears its final event which will be held in early 2022.

Other players moving up the rankings are Jennifer Earle (Dublin) from 5th last season to 4th spot provisionally, Christine Carr (Kildare) is back in the top 4 at 3rd place up from 6th.  Tina Keogh (Offaly) is up from 9th to 2nd place, a great result for her, Suzanne Randle (Limerick) is back into the top 16 at 10th place from 34th again a good result for the Limerick woman.

Players going down the rankings are Carrie Randle (Wicklow) from 2nd to 6th, Joanna Ward (Kildare) 3rd to 5th, Megan Randle (Wicklow) 4th to 9th spot and Emirjeta Doda (Dublin) 8th to 12 position provisionally.

With a host of newcomers to the tour over the past two months we see Louise Maher from Kilkenny take 8th place after two Intermediate wins during the season so far, Grushenka Arnold from Dublin has gained points from her runner up and a semi final places in two events to put her 11th on the rankings.  Michelle Morris from Donegal is into the top 16 at 13th place after two events and Elizabeth Lynch from Offaly is placed 14th after a few good runs in recent events.

Other newcomers to Intermediate snooker are Nafeesa Naz (Dublin) 75th, Laura Hughes (Limerick) 76th, Christine Henderson (Donegal) 106th and Elizabeth Killeen (Galway) 107th after just one event and these players are very capable of at least a top 32 place by seasons end.

Players remaining in the top 16 are Valerie Maloney (Laois) holding firm at 7th place and is hoping to keep her place in the top 8 by the end of the season.  Aoimheann Kearney and Fiona Carr both from Kildare are in 15th and 16th spots respectively.

With an event still to be played in 2022 a top 8 place is still achievable for a number of players while a top 16 is very much on the cards for those listed down the rankings.  A top 16 place will qualify you for the National Intermediate Championship in 2022, so still all to play for.

With 14 counties represented at Intermediate level is a fantastic result from our initiatives over the past 7 years and a total of 325 females now make up the National Intermediate Ranking List since established in 2014



Ranking Name County Tot
1st Stephanie Foley Carlow 6300
2nd Tina Keogh Offaly 5600
3rd Christine Carr Kildare 5600
4th Jennifer Earle Dublin 5600
5th  Joanna Ward Kildare 5200
6th  Carrie Randle Wicklow 4700
7th Valerie Maloney Laois 4200
8th Louise Maher Kilkenny 3800
9th Megan Randle Wicklow 3300
10th Suzanne Randle Limerick 3300
11th Grusenka Arnold Dublin 2200
12th Emirjeta Doda Dublin 2200
13th Michelle Morris Donegal 2000
14th Elizabeth Lynch Offaly 1800
15th Aoimheann Kearney Kildare 1000
16th Fiona Carr Kildare 1000
17th Emma Daly Kildare 1000
18th Abbie Thompson Kildare 1000
19th Jessica Beatty Kildare 1000
20th Kirsty Curtis Kildare 1000
21st Orla Duffy Kildare 1000
22nd Chloe Carey Kildare 1000
23rd Roisin Beale Kildare 1000
24th Celine Chelariu Kildare 1000
25th Aoife Williams Kildare 1000
26th Ailish Murphy Kildare 1000
27th Katelyn O’Reilly Kildare 1000
28th Alex Murane Kildare 1000
29th Lucy Corcoran Kildare 1000
30th Donna Dunne Dublin 1000
31st  Kerry Doran Kildare 1000
32nd Candy Craughwell Kildare 1000