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.
It was another afternoon full of attacking rugby in the Ulster Bank League. UCD made it back-to-back victories with a 56-22 hammering of Young Munster in Division 1A, while Buccaneers edged out Blackrock College in one of the games of the day in Division 1B.
Lansdowne and Terenure College, the top two finishers in the table from last season, meet tonight to get Division 1A's third round underway. Saturday's schedule includes a mouth-watering Munster derby between unbeaten Garryowen and Cork Constitution.
With Dublin University returning from the World Universities Rugby Cup tournament in Oxford, we are back to a full schedule of five matches in Division 1B this Saturday. Unbeaten Blackrock College travel to fourth-placed Buccaneers, while leaders Old Wesley host Belfast Harlequins in a 4.30pm kick-off at Donnybrook.
Two games in is still early days to judge the form teams, but Queen's University and Banbridge have opened up an early lead over the rest at the top of Ulster Bank League Division 2A. Can they sustain it on the road this weekend?
Just like Division 2A, the top two teams in Division 2B are from Ulster - City of Derry, with a perfect ten points, and Rainey Old Boys just two points behind. Both sides are also on the road this weekend.