Ballynahinch RFC are restructuring their coaching resources for the 2015/16 season, and are currently inviting expressions of interest from persons looking to join a highly successful coaching team as a backs coach/player coach to work with 'Hinch's senior squad.
We look back at some of the winners of the 2015 Ulster Bank League Awards, and hear from Ulster Bank's Doug Munro, Ulster Bank Rugby Ambassador Alan Quinlan, Ireland head coach Joe Schmidt and IRFU President Louis Magee.
We caught up with Division 1A's Coach of the Year John Staunton (Young Munster), Rising Star Cian Kelleher (Lansdowne) and Top Points Scorer Josh Glynn (Old Belvedere) at the 2015 Ulster Bank League Awards.
The Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure (DCAL) and Ulster Rugby's joint initiative to support rugby in schools has seen Ballyclare High School benefit from a modern, high-specification purpose-built strength and conditioning gym.
Representatives from Wooden Spoon, Newforge Taggers, Harberton Special School and Glenveagh Special School teamed up with Ulster players Iain Henderson and Robbie Diack and mascot Sparky to launch this year's Wooden Spoon Tag Rugby Festival for people with learning disabilities.
The second '7s in the City' all-female Sevens tournament takes place at Dubarry Park, Athlone, on Saturday, June 6. Last year's inaugural event, organised and run in the main by Buccaneers Women's squad, proved very successful and highly promising for further development.
Rugby clubs all over Ireland are being urged to submit their Mini rugby teams for a once in a lifetime chance to play in the Aviva Mini Rugby National Festival at the Aviva Stadium on Saturday, May 23. The closing date is Wednesday, May 13 so enter today!
Saturday's Ulster Bank League success against Clontarf was especially pleasing for Lansdowne captain Ron Boucher, given that he was one of only two players to start both the 2013 title-clinching win over 'Tarf and the 2014/15 final.
A nail-biting Ulster Bank League Division 1A final saw Lansdowne crowned 2014/15 champions with an 18-17 win over Clontarf. Take a look behind the scenes at the Aviva Stadium - the home of Irish rugby.
With 25 minutes remaining in Saturday's Ulster Bank League final at the Aviva Stadium, Clontarf were on course to become the first club since Shannon in 2006 to successfully defend the Division 1A title
Lansdowne head coach Mike Ruddock was delighted to see his squad prevail in an exciting Ulster Bank League Division 1A final on Saturday, especially given the fact that 13 players from their 2012/13 title-winning side are no longer at the club.
Saturday's Ulster Bank League final produced a cracking contest at the Aviva Stadium, with Lansdowne emerging as Division 1A champions for the second time in three years. Check out some photos from their 18-17 win over Clontarf.