Ballynahinch, the newly-crowned Ulster Senior Cup champions, continued their very good winter form by scoring 27 unanswered points in the second half of their 30-6 Ulster Bank League defeat of Young Munster.
Table toppers Terenure College and Galwegians both suffered surprise defeats in the Ulster Bank League today, as UCD ran five tries past 'Nure at Lakelands Park and Dublin University's impressive unbeaten run continued against 'Wegians at College Park.
Ireland Under-20 international Max Abbott scored the only try of the game as Cork Constitution defeated Dolphin 17-6 at Temple Hill tonight, while Garryowen bagged a bonus point in their 34-17 triumph over Shannon at Thomond Park.
All roads lead to Temple Hill tonight for another mouth-watering Friday Night Lights derby encounter as Cork Constitution host Dolphin in Division 1A. The round wraps up on Saturday with table-topping Terenure College entertaining a lively UCD side.
It is a big night in Ulster Bank League Division 1B as Limerick giants Shannon and Garryowen go head to head at Thomond Park, while Saturday's headline act is the capital clash of fourth-placed Dublin University and current leaders Galwegians.
Ulster are guaranteed to have one representative in the Ulster Bank All-Ireland Junior Cup final on Saturday, January 31, after Bangor reached the decider for the first time thanks to a 9-6 victory over last year's runners-up Clogher Valley.
Leinster clubs hold the top three positions in Ulster Bank League Division 2A, with leaders Old Wesley making it seven wins out of seven and Blackrock College and NUIM Barnhall leading the chasing pack.