Defending champions Clontarf are the latest team to reach the Division 1A play-offs and Ballynahinch, now in fourth, are leading the race to join them. Dolphin have been relegated following their loss to 'Hinch, while it is still nip and tuck between promotion chasers Garryowen and Galwegians at the top of Division 1B. Corinthians and Malone will be playing Division 2A rugby next season.
The battle to reach the Ulster Bank League Division 1A play-offs resumes on Saturday with a huge amount riding on the result of Clontarf's clash with Cork Constitution. Relegation matters also need to be sorted out with bottom side Dolphin facing a 'must win' game against play-off chasers Ballynahinch.
The battle for the Division 1B automatic promotion place is now a three-horse race as Dublin University and Garryowen continue to press front runners Galwegians. At the opposite end of the table, Corinthians, Malone and UL Bohemians are all under pressure to avoid relegation.
Highfield are nailed on for Division 2B next season but the other three places are still up for grabs. Meanwhile Ards will be relegated but three other clubs are in the firing line to join them - all to play for indeed.
The penultimate weekend for Division 2A and plenty at stake. Can Old Wesely seal the title? Can 'Rock seal promotion? Who will survive in Division 2A? We could know all the answers come Saturday evening.
Although admittedly 'delighted' with Clontarf's qualification for the Ulster Bank Bateman Cup final, their head coach Andy Wood said their focus is now straight back on Division 1A matters and their closing round clashes with Cork Constitution and Ballynahinch.
Ballynahinch lost their first game at home this season in a thrilling Ulster Bank Bateman Cup semi-final defeat to Clontarf. Playing in perfect conditions, these Division 1A rivals served up a very entertaining game with the result in doubt right up to the final whistle.
Ballynahinch's free-scoring winger Ross Adair has been announced as the Ulster Bank League Division 1A Rising Star of the Month for February. He received his award from Ellvena Graham, Head of Ulster Bank Northern Ireland, alongside Ballynahinch RFC President David Napier.
The draw has been made for the Round Robin series of matches which make up the All-Ireland Provincial League Championship, with Dundalk, Clonmel, Instonians and the Connacht qualifiers battling it out to gain a place in next season's Ulster Bank League.
Adam Griggs came off the bench to score the match-winning try as Lansdowne beat Cork Constitution 27-20 to secure home advantage in the Ulster Bank League play-offs. Two players who caught the eye during the game were Cork Con winger Darren Sweetnam and Lansdowne centre Tom Farrell.
The warmer temperatures and harder ground made for a higher rate of scoring in the Ulster Bank League today, as Lansdowne and Terenure College advanced to home semi-finals in Division 1A, Galwegians moved two points clear in Division 1B, leaders Old Wesley lost for the first time in Division 2A and unbeaten Highfield confirmed themselves as Division 2B champions.
There is still a lot to be sorted out at the top and bottom of Ulster Bank League 1A. Rugby fans have a great choice of five games in the capital on Saturday, including the Dublin 6W derby between Terenure and St. Mary's.
Three rounds to go and promotion and relegation still to be decided in Ulster Bank League Division 1B. The weekend's action gets underway with tonight's Limerick derby between UL Bohemians and Shannon at Thomond Park.