We take a look back at one of the best games from the opening four rounds of Ulster Bank League Division 1A - Galwegians' memorable 41-20 defeat of reigning champions Lansdowne at Crowley Park last Saturday.
The rescheduled Division 1B meeting of Dublin University and St. Mary's College takes place under the College Park floodlights tonight, with the visitors looking to join Old Wesley and Ballymena on four wins apiece at the top of the table.
The Under-18 Girls Interprovincial Development matches took place over the last two weeks with all four provinces featuring well. The purpose of these games is to expose players to a higher level of training and competition in order to further develop their playing ability.
Over 300 young rugby players will get a once in a lifetime opportunity to run out and play at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday, October 11. The Aviva Irish Schools Rugby Festival will see teams from 32 schools from all four provinces play at the home of Irish Rugby.
Galwegians secured the result of the day in Division 1A as they upset defending champions Lansdowne, while table toppers Clontarf drew with Young Munster. In the second tier, pacesetters Old Wesley, Ballymena, St. Mary's and Buccaneers all won on their travels.
The top four teams in Ulster Bank League Division 1B are all on the road this weekend, with St. Mary's Dublin derby clash with Blackrock drawing most of the attention. All gate receipts from the game at Stradbrook will go to the Berkeley tragedy fund.
Highlights of Lansdowne's 24-10 Friday Night Lights victory over Terenure College on the Aviva Stadium's back pitch, as Mike Ruddock's men maintain their unbeaten start to the Ulster Bank League season.
Three games in and five teams are within a point of each other at the top of the Division 2A table. Two of them clash this weekend when Cashel host Naas, while Banbridge are at home to a dangerous looking Nenagh Ormond outfit.
Division 2A looks set to be fiercely competitive this season with only a point currently separating the top five teams. Banbridge hold a slight lead despite being pipped by Thomond on Saturday afternoon.