Leaders Terenure College and defending champions Clontarf both returned to winning ways in Division 1A of the Ulster Bank League this afternoon, while Dublin University extended their unbeaten Division 1B run to five matches with a bonus point victory over Corinthians.
Clontarf are back in the familiar surroundings of Castle Avenue as they attempt to beat Ballynahinch and pick up their first win in four Division 1A games. Elsewhere, leaders Terenure College will be looking to bounce back at home to Old Belvedere.
The last round of Division 1B action in November sees leaders Galwegians host bottom side Belfast Harlequins, Ballymena and Shannon meet for the first time in five years and second-placed Garryowen are also on their travels north to Malone.
Assistant coach Charlie McAleese wants Ballynahinch to quickly put their home draw with bottom side Dolphin behind them, as they look to turn over defending Ulster Bank League champions Clontarf next Saturday.
Old Belvedere were the main movers in Ulster Bank League Division 1A on Saturday, climbing two places to fifth as Josh Glynn's impressive 17-point tally propelled them a 25-13 victory over UCD at Anglesea Road.
Young Munster lost ground in the title race as their three-match winning run was ended by second-from-bottom St. Mary's College who gave themselves a timely lift with a 21-15 triumph at Templeville Road.
Old Belvedere were the main movers in Ulster Bank League Division 1A today, climbing two places to fifth as Josh Glynn's impressive 17-point tally propelled them a 25-13 victory over UCD at Anglesea Road.