Week three of Ulster Bank League Division 2A and while it is early days yet, there are some keen battles this weekend with new leaders Old Wesley travelling to City of Derry who finished third last season.
Tullamore, Greystones, Midleton and Armagh have won their opening two games of the league and lead the way in Division 2B so far. Only Greystones are at home this weekend - will we see some changes in the table come Saturday evening?
The IRFU has introduced a new element to this year's 'Your Club, Your Country' Grand Draw fundraising scheme for clubs. This year all clubs that sell 80% of their tickets will be entered into a second draw where Ulster Bank will double the money raised by one lucky club.
Launching a series of youth mental health seminars for rugby clubs in the midlands, Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt welcomed the opportunity being given to coaches, trainers and parents to gain a better understanding of the issues involved in youth mental health enabling them to encourage positive mental health in young people.
A bonus point victory was the ideal way for Kanturk to crown their first ever home match in the Ulster Bank League, while Tullamore's impressive win away to Sunday's Well sees them top the table after two rounds of action in Division 2B.
The Munster Under-18 Schools squad, coached by Mark Butler, claimed a long-awaited Interprovincial title after a hard-fought 19-10 win over Leinster at CBC Cork's excellent Lansdowne ground on Saturday.
Cork Constitution and St. Mary's College both secured their first wins of the season in Division 1A, while today's top of the table clash saw leaders Lansdowne edge out defending champions Clontarf at the Aviva Stadium.