25 unanswered first half points put Old Belvedere on their way to a 44-14 Ulster Bank Bateman Cup semi-final victory over Ballynahinch at Anglesea Road. 'Belvo will meet defending champions Cork Constitution in the final at the end of April.
Nine games, nine victories. UL Bohemians remain unbeaten at the top of the Women's All-Ireland League after their ninth win of the season, their victims this time being St. Mary's. Aisling Crowe brings us a full round-up of the action.
Reigning champions Cork Constitution and Leinster hopefuls Old Belvedere were both in dominant form in today's Bateman Cup semi-finals, while Division 2B leaders Armagh relinquished the only 100% record left in this season's Ulster Bank League when they were beaten 23-14 by Wanderers.
Two of the Ulster Bank League's form teams meet at Temple Hill tomorrow where Buccaneers stand in the way of Cork Constitution and another Bateman Cup final appearance. Up in the capital, Old Belvedere and Ballynahinch will clash in the other last-four fixture.
Unbeaten leaders Armagh enter the second half of the Division 2B season with a nine-point lead over their closest rivals. Tomorrow's visit to Wanderers and next week's home encounter with Greystones could have a huge bearing on the race for promotion.
The meeting of the bottom two sides, Boyne and Kanturk, could turn out to be the most fascinating of the five fixtures as Ulster Bank League Division 2C resumes tomorrow with games in Leinster, Munster and Ulster.
Buccaneers will travel to defending champions Cork Constitution in the Ulster Bank Bateman Cup semi-finals on Saturday, January 21 after completing a Connacht Senior League and Cup double last weekend.