VALERIE MALONEY TOPS RILSA NATIONAL INTERMEDIATE RANKINGS END OF SEASON

VALERIE MALONEY TOPS RILSA NATIONAL INTERMEDIATE RANKINGS END OF SEASON

 

The 2018-2019 RILSA Intermediate Season ended in late March 2019 having run another very successful season with 90 women & girls taking part.

The success of our Intermediate tour is all down to the hard work and determination of the RILSA Board and Committee along with the support of so many great people within our schools/colleges and youth reach centres around the Country.

The top 16 players have really improved their standard throughout the season along with the many others who supported women’s cue sports here in Ireland.  While many girls continue to participate in our schools, we are seeing an increase each year in the numbers coming out to play in the Intermediate Tour.

Valerie Maloney from Offaly regains her number 1 spot after 4 years.  Valerie makes history on the Intermediate scene here in Ireland as she now holds number 1 spot in both snooker and billiards in the one season which is a fantastic achievement.  Valerie’s commitment to female cue sports shows the results of her time at RILSA.  We are delighted for Valerie and her achievement along with her involvement on the Board of RILSA.

Christine Carr from Kildare who was number 1 over the past two years moves to number 2 spot, yet another credible achievement for her.  Tina Keogh from Laois also holds onto her number 3 spot for the third season, having had a great season, again showing great commitment to the sport and like Valerie, Tina is a great asset to our Association, working hard as National Secretary.  Number 4, see’s Rachel Bradley (Kildare) stay within the top 4 for the second year, well done Rachel.  Jennifer Earle (Dublin) is in at 5 which is a great result for her first season with RILSA.  Also making a great impact on their second season with RILSA is the Randle family all making it into the top 8 and in doing so making history in the sport, Megan Randle (Kilkenny) 6th, Carrie Randle (Kilkenny) 7th and Suzanne Randle (Kilkenny) 8th place, well done to them.

Susan Hanlon (Dublin) moves out of the top 8 only down to 9th while Emirjeta Doda (Dublin) is down 5 places from 5th to 10th and Roisin Beale (Kildare) is down only two spots from 9th to 11th.  Rosie Young (Laois) moves down 1 spot to 12th while Katie French (Kildare) is down to 13th place from 8th last season.

Going out of the top 16 this season are Lauren Carley, Clodagh Walsh, Grace Byrne, Tara Byrne, Aine Brennan, Shannon Wilson, and Grace Brennan.  We thank these players for their participation and hope to see them back again in the new season.

Other players making it Into the top 16 this season are Katelyn O’Reilly, Lucinda Monaghan and Edel Hannon, congratulations girls.

A big thank you to all those players who supported our Intermediate events during the season and congratulations to those who made it to the top 16 and those who remained within the top 16.  Many other players made personal goals by reaching the top 32 during the season and its these players who will be out to improve their positions during the new season as we introduce new initiatives within our National Ranking Structures moving forward.

Congratulations to all our players and supporters during the past season and we look forward to seeing you all again soon.

TOP 32 PLAYERS – NATIONAL INTERMEDIATE RANKINGS END OF SEASON

Ranking Name Club/School Tot
1st Valerie Maloney Portarlington S.C. Laois 8400
2nd Christine Carr Sharkx Newbridge, Kildare 8300
3rd Tina Keogh Portarlington S.C. Laois 7500
4th Rachel Bradley St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 5900
5th  Jennifer Earle Joey’s S.C. Dublin 5600
6th  Megan Randle Kilkenny 5400
7th Carrie Randle Kilkenny 3500
8th Suzanne Randle Kilkenny 3400
9th Susan Hanlon Joey’s S.C. Dublin 3300
10th Emirjeta Doda Joey’s S.C. Dublin 2800
11th Roisin Beale Sharkx Newbridge, Kildare 2600
12th Rosie Young Portarlington S.C. Laois 2400
13th Katie French CYMS Newbridge, Kildare 2400
14th Katelyn O’Reilly St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 1800
15th Lucinda Monahan St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 1800
16th Edel Hannon St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 1800
17th Marion McKeon St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 1800
18th Candy Coaughwell St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 1800
19th Aveleen Lynham St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 1800
20th Sileena Ennis St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 1800
21st Stephanie Morrison Griffith Club Carlow 1800
22nd Celine Chelariu St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 1600
23rd Grace Byrne Ballinabranna, Carlow 1500
24th Clodagh walsh Ballinabranna, Carlow 1500
25th Natasha Walker St Laserians, Carlow 1500
26th Joanna Lee St Laserians, Carlow 1500
27th Zoe Smith St Laserians, Carlow 1500
28th Orla Duffy St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 1500
29th Leah Shortt St Laserians, Carlow 1500
30th Chloe Hutton St Laserians, Carlow 1500
31st  Aoife Williams St Marks Newbridge, Kildare 1500
32nd Caroline O’Connor St Laserians, Carlow 1500

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