4 Dec, 10:19
Grand Slam winners Fiona Coghlan and Nora Stapelton have returned the Women's RBS 6 Nations trophy to Chief Executive John Feehan at the Six Nations offices in Dublin.
Bohs secured the Division Two top spot on a final afternoon which saw idle Dolphin slip from first to fourth in the promotion hunt.
The Limerick men did it the hard way though, overcoming a fifth-minute try from Ballynahinch scrum-half Paul Marshall to win 22-5 up north.
Metronome-like penalties on 12, 15, 20 and 40 minutes from fly-half Ben Martin helped the students to a 12-5 half-time lead.
While 'Hinch lost lock Gareth Rourke to a yellow card early in the second half, Bohs ploughed ahead, although Johnny Cullen's 63rd-minute try was ruled out for a forward pass.
12 minutes later, Martin's fifth penalty, added to the fly-half's touchline conversion of an Ian Hanley try made certain of the points for the visitors.
Mary's must have been thankful for man-of-the-match fly-half Barry Lynn at Templeville Road on Saturday, as he contributed a stunning 28 points to their 33-19 win over relegation-promotion play-off bound Barnhall.
Lynn chipped in with a try, a conversion, six penalties and a drop goal as the Dubliners also secured a home semi-final date against third-placed UCC.
Former Ireland Under-21 Richard Lane scored two tries for UCC at the Mardyke as they accounted for Thomond 47-18 and booked their place in next Saturday's Division One relegation-promotion play-off with Lansdowne.
Elsewhere, Malone chalked up their sixth win of the campaign as they edged strugglers Highfield 26-24.
Although Highfield went 12-0 up initially in front of a vocal Woodleigh Park attendance, the Ulster visitors took a healty lead through tries from Rhys Botha before the break, and further efforts from Simon Bailey, John Amos and substitute Simon Cahill.
Highfield fly-half Conor Quaid then summoned up a bonus point-securing try for the Cork men on 70 minutes - ensuring their Division Two survival.
His conversion attempt for a draw was blocked.
2004/05 Season Ups And Downs:
Division Two: Promoted: UL Bohemians, St Mary's College Semi-finals: Sunday, May 1: UL Bohs v Dolphin; Saturday, April 30: St Mary's v UCC (both kick-offs 2.30pm) Div One Relegation-Promotion Play-off: Saturday, April 23: Lansdowne v UCC (kick-off 2.30pm) Div Two Relegation-Promotion Play-off: Saturday, April 23: Barnhall v Clonakilty (kick-off 2.30pm)
AIB LEAGUE: Saturday, April 16 Results:
Ballynahinch 5 UL Bohemians 22, Ballymacarn Park De La Salle Palmerston 24 Bective Rangers 18, Kilternan Highfield 24 Malone 26, Woodleigh Park Old Crescent 26 Midleton 31, Rosbrien St Mary's College 33 Barnhall 19, Templeville Road UCC 47 Thomond 18, The Mardyke Waterpark 18 Old Belvedere 13, Ballinakill Young Munster 48 Terenure College 29, Tom Clifford Park