Two of Saturday's Ulster Bank League Division 1A fixtures ended in draws, leaving just five points between the clubs aiming for a home semi-final and only three points splitting the sides battling against relegation.
Cork Constitution and Young Munster both gained ground in the top four of Ulster Bank League Division 1A today, while Buccaneers clinched the Division 1B title and promotion with two rounds still to go. Check out all of Saturday's results below.
Four mouth-watering Dublin derbies and a super-charged all-Munster tie make up the fixtures in Ulster Bank League Division 1A tomorrow. The meeting of Clontarf and Young Munster at Castle Avenue could be the match of the day.
The top four clubs and the bottom four are all in direct opposition in Division 1B this weekend, with Buccaneers needing just one more win to clinch the title and promotion, and fellow strugglers Galwegians and Dolphin set for a real dogfight in Glenina.
Two matches really stand out in this weekend's Division 2B schedule, as top four rivals Wanderers and Old Crescent meet at headquarters and it is win or bust for bottom side Thomond against City of Derry.
Leinster rivals Tullamore and Navan kick off the latest round of Division 2C action with a crunch Friday Night Lights tie, while two of the bottom three sides - Boyne and Bangor - will clash tomorrow afternoon.
Following historic provincial title wins for Malahide and Omagh over the weekend, the draw is complete for the Round Robin series of matches which make up the All-Ireland Provincial League Championship.
Banbridge sounded a warning to their promotion rivals with a thumping 51-15 victory over Malone last Saturday, while Belfast Harlequins battled past Blackrock to revive their hopes of avoiding relegation.
It is Greystones who now have a slight advantage at the summit of Division 2B. A superior scoring difference has them just ahead of Armagh, while Wanderers, Dungannon and Old Crescent were the other winners over the weekend.
Much-needed home wins for Midleton and Seapoint have moved them clear of the relegation zone in Division 2C, while four points remains the gap at the top with Navan and Sligo both maintaining their bonus point-winning form.
Blackrock and league leaders UL Bohemians will contest next month's Women's All-Ireland Cup final after two dramatic last-four clashes with Old Belvedere and Railway Union on Sunday, writes Aisling Crowe.
Title holders Clontarf are back in the top two after an exciting day's action in Ulster Bank League Division 1A, while Cork Constitution and Dublin University claimed two big scalps in overcoming Lansdowne and Young Munster respectively.
Kevin O'Keeffe scored all of the points as UCC claimed the scalp of Division 1B leaders in a cracking tie at the Mardyke, while league legend Barry Keeshan's brace of drop goals proved crucial for bottom side Dolphin against Ballymena.
The top two sides in Division 1A, Lansdowne and Young Munster, both suffered home defeats on an eventful day in the Ulster Bank League. Meanwhile, the relegation-threatened trio of Terenure College, Dolphin and Belfast Harlequins all claimed vital wins.
On the home front this weekend, the Saturday afternoon schedule is clear for a feast of Ulster Bank League Division 1A action. There are two massive clashes at opposite ends of the table - Lansdowne v Cork Constitution and Terenure College v Old Belvedere.