The 'Battle of Dublin 6W' takes place at Templeville Road on Saturday and you can watch all the action live on Irish Rugby TV as St. Mary's College and Terenure College go head-to-head in the Ulster Bank League.
You've finished training but what should you eat to help your body to recover? Getting the balance right is all important so check out #Eat2Compete and download the factsheets on www.irishrugby.ie/eat2compete.
Division 2A of the Ulster Bank League kicks off this weekend and with the move to five divisions of ten teams next season, there is a lot to play for in the months ahead. The action kicks off under the floodlights at Holmpatrick.
Eating the right food is only one part of nutrition for young players. Hydration is a key element. How much? How often? Check out our #Eat2Compete guide to hydration and download the factsheets from www.irishrugby.ie/eat2compete.
Following an extensive consultation with clubs on the future development of the All-Ireland League - the existing four divisions will be remodelled into five divisions of 10 clubs each at the end of the 2014/15 Ulster Bank League season.
'The Battle of Dublin 6W' commences this Saturday as local rivals St. Mary's College and Terenure College lock horns in the top tier of Irish club rugby - Ulster Bank League Division 1A - for the first time in over five years.
A new state-of-the-art gym at Shaw's Bridge Association was officially opened on Monday by Ulster players Nick Williams, Franco van der Merwe and Ian Humphreys, who were joined by Cooke RFC President Ken Gibson and Instonians RFC President Michael Hunter.