Strong in the first half and resilient in the second, UL Bohemians maintained their perfect start to the Women's All-Ireland League season while ruining that of their rivals. Aisling Crowe has a full round-up of Sunday's action.
Division 1B leaders UL Bohemians continued their excellent start to the new season by defeating one of the main rivals for promotion, Ballynahinch, in a very entertaining nine-try clash in Limerick today.
There are some brilliant match-ups again in Division 1A of the Ulster Bank League this Saturday, with three Dublin derbies in the capital and Cork Constitution and Young Munster clashing in a repeat of last April's semi-final.
The top four teams from the opening round will meet in Ulster Bank League Division 1B this weekend, as newcomers Naas make the trip north to Ballymena and it will be first plays second when UL Bohemians host Ballynahinch on the University's 4G pitch.
Round 1 leaders Banbridge were the only side to pick up a try-scoring bonus point in Division 2A on Saturday, while Nenagh Ormond and Malone secured valuable away victories from their respective trips to Belfast and Cashel.
Newly-promoted Bangor were beaten on their Division 2C debut as their Ulster rivals Rainey Old Boys took the spoils at Upritchard Park, while Midleton won their Cork derby with Kanturk to climb straight to the top of the table.
The details of the 2016 IRFU/Ulster Bank 'Your Club, Your Country' Grand Draw have been unveiled. A trip to Japan in 2017 is one of the highlights of the draw that includes some top prizes for rugby and non-rugby fans alike.
Old Belvedere and Galwegians top the table after the second round of the Women's All-Ireland League. A one-point win in an epic 87-point game against Cooke saw 'Wegians maintain pace with defending champions 'Belvo yesterday.