A look behind the title winning glory at Bohemian's womens rugby team

After three years of All Ireland League heartache Limerick based UL Bohemian's womens rugby team returned to the top with an an amazing run of form and collecting the All Ireland League, All Ireland Cup, and Munster Cup.

In the All-Ireland League UL Bohs faced stiff competition throughout the season.

Remarkably over the 14 game campaign they lost only once to Railway Union in early March. 

The team  amassed 401 points and conceded 112 points a scoring average of 28.6 points per game and conceding an average of just 8 points per game.

This is Fiona Reidy's tribute to a remarkable team and a remarkable season. 

* This story and video were developed as part of an ongoing collaboration between the Irish Examiner and the Univeristy of Limerick.

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