Following historic provincial title wins for Malahide and Omagh over the weekend, the draw is complete for the Round Robin series of matches which make up the All-Ireland Provincial League Championship.
Banbridge sounded a warning to their promotion rivals with a thumping 51-15 victory over Malone last Saturday, while Belfast Harlequins battled past Blackrock to revive their hopes of avoiding relegation.
It is Greystones who now have a slight advantage at the summit of Division 2B. A superior scoring difference has them just ahead of Armagh, while Wanderers, Dungannon and Old Crescent were the other winners over the weekend.
Much-needed home wins for Midleton and Seapoint have moved them clear of the relegation zone in Division 2C, while four points remains the gap at the top with Navan and Sligo both maintaining their bonus point-winning form.
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Title holders Clontarf are back in the top two after an exciting day's action in Ulster Bank League Division 1A, while Cork Constitution and Dublin University claimed two big scalps in overcoming Lansdowne and Young Munster respectively.
Kevin O'Keeffe scored all of the points as UCC claimed the scalp of Division 1B leaders in a cracking tie at the Mardyke, while league legend Barry Keeshan's brace of drop goals proved crucial for bottom side Dolphin against Ballymena.
The top two sides in Division 1A, Lansdowne and Young Munster, both suffered home defeats on an eventful day in the Ulster Bank League. Meanwhile, the relegation-threatened trio of Terenure College, Dolphin and Belfast Harlequins all claimed vital wins.
On the home front this weekend, the Saturday afternoon schedule is clear for a feast of Ulster Bank League Division 1A action. There are two massive clashes at opposite ends of the table - Lansdowne v Cork Constitution and Terenure College v Old Belvedere.
Ulster Bank League clubs around the country have their fingers crossed for dry weather conditions tomorrow. In Division 1B, leaders Buccaneers will put their 13-match unbeaten run to the test against a skilful UCC side.
The Ulster derby between top four rivals Banbridge and Malone is one of the highlights in Ulster Bank League Division 2A this weekend. There should also be fireworks when Munster sides Cashel and Sunday's Well clash at Spafield.
The sheer competitiveness of Division 2B is evident in how close the clubs are clutched together in the table, both the promotion chasers and the relegation-threatened strugglers. Some of the results on Saturday could be season-defining.
Four points is the difference at the top of the Division 2C table, so can in-form Sligo reel in leaders Navan this weekend or will the Meath men take a step closer to the title and automatic promotion?
The University of Limerick will host two Student Sport Ireland Women's Rugby All-Ireland League semi-finals today. On International Women's Day, both games are set to showcase the best of Women's sport, and Women's rugby in particular.
Only two Division 2A fixtures survived a rain-lashed weekend as Banbridge picked up a valuable five points at bottom side Belfast Harlequins and Cashel climbed away from the relegation zone by battling past Blackrock College.
The weather gods smiled on Ulster Bank League Division 2B last Saturday as all five matches were able to be played, with free-scoring front runners Armagh and Greystones matching each other stride for stride.
Heavy rain disrupted the Division 2C schedule last weekend with only two matches going ahead. Navan took the opportunity to stretch their lead at the top of the table by winning away to Bruff, while Sligo extended their winning streak with an impressive victory at Rainey.