The final of the Ulster Bank Bateman Cup between Cork Constitution and UCD will be broadcast live on RTÉ Two/www.rte.ie/live (worldwide stream) on Saturday. The Temple Hill clash gets underway at 2.30pm.
Cork Constitution, coached this season by Tom Mulcahy, are bidding to retain the Bateman Cup and keep the trophy in Munster hands.
The Bateman Cup was originally played between 1922 and 1939. It was reintroduced in 2011 with the four provincial cup winners meeting in semi-finals.
Bruff and Garryowen won the All-Ireland Cup competition in 2011 and 2012 respectively, and Cork Con maintained their province's domination when they defeated St. Mary's College 24-19 at Templeville Road twelve months ago.
It was the students' ninth cup success in Leinster - they first lifted the provincial trophy way back in 1924. UCD have won the Bateman Cup on one previous occasion, emerging as 16-6 victors over Young Munster in the 1938 final.
The Irish Rugby Football Union and the CARA National Adapted Physical Activity Centre, in conjunction with the Department of Justice and Equality, have launched the Xcessible Youth Sport Initiative 'Special Schools Tag Rugby'.
Rory Scannell turned in a man-of-the-match performance at out-half as his 24-point haul, including two terrific individual tries, helped Dolphin claim a bonus point in Saturday's 34-15 Ulster Bank League win over UCD in Cork.
Lansdowne have moved seven points clear at the top of Ulster Bank League Division 1A, but they had to endure a nerve-jangling finish against Old Belvedere whose goal-kicker Josh Glynn missed a late conversion on the Aviva Stadium's back pitch.
Mick McGrath is one of the latest players to make the step up from Ulster Bank League rugby to the professional game. The young Leinster winger has scored tries against Cardiff and Edinburgh so far this season.
Speaking at the launch of the Ulster Bank League Awards, Ireland assistant coach Les Kiss says he loves getting out to watch club rugby with one of his recent games being Armagh v Greystones in Division 2B.
Ulster Bank rugby ambassador Alan Quinlan talks about the importance of the Ulster Bank League to Irish rugby - as a pathway to the professional game and a platform for players to represent their local communities.
Irish Rugby TV brings you highlights of UCD's Ulster Bank League Division 1A win over Lansdowne, with Ireland Under-20 out-half Ross Byrne scoring a try and three penalties for the victorious students.
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