Stephanie Foley from Carlow regained her number 1 spot on the National Intermediate Snooker Rankings at the end of the 2023-2024 Tour Season.  Stephanie first went to number 1 in 2021 and retained her number 1 place in 2022, however she dropped to 8th place in 2023 and got back to the top of the rankings this year.  This is a great achievement for her.

Other players on the tour made great progress like Tina Keogh from Offaly is up to 2nd place from 6th last season and Valerie Maloney from Laois shot up to 3rd place from 12th last season so great results for them.  Jessica Beatty from Kildare got into 16th spot from 27th last season.  Jackie Trulock from Dublin moved from 14th place last season to 4th this year, great results for these players, all who have improved in their skills and development throughout the season

Players who dropped places are Joanna Ward from Kildare just down to 5th from 2nd, Jennifer Earle from Dublin from 4th to 7th place, Grushenka Arnold from Dublin from 5th to 8th spot, Louise Maher from Kilkenny from 3rd place to 11th, Megan Randle from Wicklow down from 9th to 13th spot, Emirjeta Doda from Dublin from 11th to 14th place and Elizabeth Lynch from Offaly from 7th to 15th place

We had a number of newcomers to the top 16 at the end of the season and they are Delia Keane from Dublin in at 6th place, Veronica Hallahan from Dublin in at 9th place and Savannah Keane from Dublin in at 10th place

We congratulate Stephanie on regaining her number 1 spot on tour and well done to all those who participated throughout the season and either made it into the top 16 for the first time or moved up the ranking and stayed within the top 16 in order to qualify for the upcoming National Intermediate Snooker Championship on Saturday 6th April at the RILSA Academy Sharkx Newbridge