Ulster are guaranteed to have one representative in the Ulster Bank All-Ireland Junior Cup final on Saturday, January 31, after Bangor reached the decider for the first time thanks to a 9-6 victory over last year's runners-up Clogher Valley.
Leinster clubs hold the top three positions in Ulster Bank League Division 2A, with leaders Old Wesley making it seven wins out of seven and Blackrock College and NUIM Barnhall leading the chasing pack.
Bottom side Ards were on the end of a 69-0 thrashing by table toppers Highfield in the latest round of Division 2B action, while Richmond claimed their first victory of the campaign by winning away to Navan.
Terenure College's lead at the top of Division 1A is down to just a single point after Ballynahinch stunned them into submission this afternoon, while Division 1B pacesetters Galwegians came away from Garryowen with a hard-earned two-point victory.
We have reached the halfway stage of the Ulster Bank League's regular season, and Saturday's matches are a reversal of the round 1 fixtures with leaders Terenure travelling to Ballynahinch and second-placed Lansdowne paying bottom side Dolphin a visit.
Ulster Bank League Division 1B hits its halfway point with table-topping Galwegians facing a tough trip to third-placed Garryowen, while Buccaneers and second-placed Ballymena square off at Dubarry Park.
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.