Queen's University and Tullamore posted wins in last Saturday's two rescheduled Ulster Bank League games, with the Belfast students climbing into fourth place in Division 2A and the Offaly men now lying second in the 2C table.
Reigning champions Old Belvedere ran out five-point winners over a determined Railway Union side in a keenly-contested Women's All-Ireland League encounter at Anglesea Road. Check out our match photo gallery.
Co. Carlow FC was a hive of activity last Sunday as hundreds of boys and girls took part in the Leinster leg of the Aviva Mini Rugby Festivals. We take a look back at all the action with two bumper photo galleries and an Irish Rugby TV video round-up.
The Aviva Mini Rugby Festival season is in full swing with the latest leg taking place today at Ballina RFC in Co. Mayo. We take a comprehensive look back at last weekend's Munster event at UL Bohemian RFC, with two photo galleries and an Irish Rugby TV video round-up.
With action in the European Challenge Cup kicking off tonight and games in the European Champions Cup, the Ulster Bank League and British & Irish Cup all taking place over the weekend, there will a significant amount of IRFU referees on duty.
The first of the four Provincial Finals in the IRFU Girls X7s secondary school competition took place today, with the Leinster Branch hosting an action-packed series of games at Donnybrook. Check out some photos from the day.
The sun shone on Co. Carlow Rugby Club last Sunday as the Aviva Mini Rugby Festival rolled into town. It was a chance for the hundreds of boys and girls to enjoy a day of fantastic rugby and to tell us who their favourite rugby players are.
The Aviva Mini Rugby Festival visited UL Bohemians last Saturday and it was fun-filled day for the hundreds of boys and girls taking part. There was also a special guest appearance from Ireland Women's captain and UL Bohs favourite Niamh Briggs.
A pall of sadness and grief hung over the country's rugby grounds as word came through from Paris of the sudden death of Munster head coach Anthony Foley, just as the fifth round of games in the Women's All-Ireland League kicked off. Aisling Crowe rounds up Sunday's fixtures.
Ballyclare RFC played host to the first Aviva Mini Festival of the season last Saturday. Over 400 boys and girls took part with teams travelling from all over Ireland. There was also a special guest appearance from Ireland captain Rory Best.
The Aviva Minis Festival was in Ballyclare RFC last weekend for the Ulster leg of the festival tour. It was a fantastic day in the club for the hundreds of boys and girls who also got the chance to meet Ireland captain Rory Best. Check out some of our photos from the day by Inpho or visit our facebook page for more.
Rainey Old Boys are still the team to catch after the opening four rounds of Ulster Bank League Division 2C. Midleton lead the chasing pack, with Bruff becoming the tenth and final team to open their win account.
After a very eventful opening month in Ulster Bank League Division 1A, Old Belvedere have edged their way to the top of the table - closely followed by promoted Dublin University and one of the beaten semi-finalists from last year, Young Munster.