It was an action-packed Saturday on the domestic club scene as UCD and St. Mary's College maintained their table-topping form in Divisions 1A and 1B, and Enniscorthy won the Ulster Bank Junior Cup for the second time in three years.
A fascinating battle lies ahead in the Ulster Bank Junior Cup final on Saturday, as Enniscorthy aim for their second title in three years and Instonians bid to lift the trophy at their very first attempt.
Friday Night Lights action returns to the top flight of the Ulster Bank League when Clontarf host Terenure College in a crunch Dublin derby, while Saturday's schedule in Division 1A includes the meeting of third-placed Garryowen and a resurgent Lansdowne team.
All eyes will be on Eaton Park this Saturday as Division 1B's front runners, Ballymena and St. Mary's College, face off in a match that could go a long way to deciding who secures automatic promotion. Elsewhere, the Donnybrook floodlights will be on for Shannon's evening visit to Old Wesley.
The Ulster Bank League resumed last weekend with last year's champions Lansdowne hosting current table toppers UCD. Check out the best of the action from an exciting Division 1A encounter on the Aviva Stadium's back pitch.
The Irish Rugby Football Union has been accepted onto the World Rugby Raleri Goggle trial allowing those requiring the use of goggles to now apply to World Rugby to participate in the trial and purchase a pair of Raleri goggles, if accepted onto the trial.
It was an encouraging afternoon for the likes of Young Munster, Lansdowne and bottom side Ballynahinch in Division 1A, as they all gained ground on their rivals, while Buccaneers claimed the scalp of second-placed Ballymena in Division 1B's match of the day.
Whether you are in Cork, Galway, Limerick or Dublin this Saturday, Ulster Bank League Division 1A has you covered with five cracking contests to be played as we reach the two-thirds mark of the regular season.
Division 2C leaders Old Crescent chalked up another half century of points as they ran out 54-5 winners over struggling Sligo on Saturday, while there were victories also for Tullamore, Wanderers and third-from-bottom Kanturk.
This season's Ulster Bank Bateman Cup final will be a Connacht-Munster affair as Galwegians take on a Cork Constitution side aiming for their fourth title in a row. Meanwhile, there was a busy day of league action across Divisions 2A, 2B and 2C.