Clontarf and Cork Constitution will battle it out at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday for the Ulster Bank League title. Both clubs have claimed the crown before but this is their first time to meet in the final.
Ben Reilly wants his Clontarf side to show the kind of form that put them top of the league this season but he knows that Cork Con will offer a serious physical challenge in the Ulster Bank League final in Sunday. Tickets are available from ticketmaster.ie.
Cork Constitution captain James Ryan is aiming for a league and cup double if his side can unpick the Clontarf defence in the Ulster Bank League final at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday. We spoke to him about the road to the final and Con's momentum. Tickets for the match are available from ticketmaster.ie.
Only one match remains in this season's Ulster Bank League following another eventful day of relegation/promotion play-offs. Dublin University and UCC have made the leap to Divisions 1A and 1B respectively, while Sligo's late show against Enniscorthy ensured their Division 2C status for another year.
It was a very big day for two of the university clubs in the Ulster Bank League as Dublin University and UCC were promoted to Divisions 1A and 1B respectively. Meanwhile, Division 2C side Sligo avoided the drop down to the junior ranks with a play-off success against Enniscorthy.
Two weeks on from the disappointment of their relegation, Galwegians have an opportunity to end the season on a high against double hunters Cork Constitution in a mouth-watering Bateman Cup final clash.
While much of the club scene's focus is on the Ulster Bank Bateman Cup final this weekend, there are still some relegation and promotion issues to be ironed out across Divisions 1A, 1B and 2C. Check out our play-off previews.
Galwegians will host the Bateman Cup final this weekend as visitors Cork Constitution seek to add to the story of the illustrious trophy by winning it for the fourth year in-a-row. We take a look at the history of the cup.
Cork Constitution booked their spot in the Ulster Bank League Division 1A final with a hard-fought win over Young Munster at Temple Hill, but they have another chance of silverware this weekend as they take on Galwegians in the Bateman Cup decider.
Cork Constitution will contest two All-Ireland senior finals in the coming weeks after a late brace of tries saw them edge out Young Munster 22-16 in today's hard-fought Division 1A semi-final at Temple Hill.
Second half tries from Michael Noone and Evan Ryan proved to be the difference for Clontarf against UCD as they booked their place in the Ulster Bank League Division 1A decider for the second year in succession.
Bangor are back in the Ulster Bank League for the first time since 2002 after finishing top of the Provincial Qualifying League. Meanwhile, Sunday's Well and Wanderers have gained promotion via the Division 2A and 2B play-offs respectively.
Last year's beaten finalists Clontarf are back in another Ulster Bank League decider after overcoming UCD in today's semi-finals, while Cork Constitution saw off provincial rivals Young Munster to keep their All-Ireland double dreams alive.