Old Belvedere saw off Terenure College 18-8 at Anglesea Road on Saturday, but the result was not enough to send Paul Cunningham's men into the Division 1A play-offs as Young Munster - 15-5 winners over Lansdowne - pipped them to fourth place.
Following an exciting final round, we take a look at the make-up of the Division 1A play-offs and the teams both promoted and relegated in the Ulster Bank League this season. Congratulations to the three league champions so far - Galwegians (Division 1B), Old Wesley (Division 2A) and Highfield (Division 2B).
There was huge drama in all divisions of the Ulster Bank League today as Young Munster squeezed into the Division 1A play-offs, Galwegians gained automatic promotion from Division 1B and the final placings in Divisions 2A and 2B were sorted out. Meanwhile, it is DLSP who will face a promotion/relegation play-off against the Round Robin series winners.
We now know three of the semi-finalists in Ulster Bank League Division 1A, and the fourth will be decided during what is sure to be an action-packed final round. There is also the matter of who fills the promotion/relegation play-off spot at the other end of the table.
The focus for the final day's action in Ulster Bank League Division 1B is on Crowley Park and College Park, as leaders Garryowen, Galwegians and Dublin University fight it out for automatic promotion and the promotion/relegation play-off spot.
Highfield are champions in Division 2B but the three other places in the top four are still to be decided. Greystones, Tullamore, Armagh and Sundays Well can all lay claim in the final day as they fight for Division 2B status.
The final round of games in Division 2A this weekend and the new structures next season mean that the mid table clashes are the most important. Old Wesley have already been crowned champions and promoted with Blackrock.