OLD BELVEDERE 57 BALLYNAHINCH 38, Anglesea Road
Scorers: Old Belvedere: Tries: Penalty try, Richie Leyden 2, Max Rantz-McDonald, Dave Mongan, Mark Cooney, Nermin Lovic, Jason Risdon; Cons: Andy Dunne 7; Pen: Andy Dunne
Ballynahinch: Tries: Paddy McAllister, Stuart Morrow, Chris Stevenson, Aaron Ferris 2, Michael Graham; Cons: Ryan Bambry 3, Stuart Morrow
Old Belvedere did all the hard work in the first half, romping to a 36-7 half-time lead with their bonus point secured by the 26th minute.
This game of two halves saw Phil Werahiko's men extend their lead at the top of the table to three points, with Young Munster their only challengers for a prized play-off spot.
It sets up a fascinating final round of matches as the already promoted duo hit the road in search of a semi-final-clinching win - Munsters are away to Buccaneers, while Old Belvedere face a trip south to UCC.
On Saturday afternoon, Old Belvedere were 36-0 to the good within 34 minutes as a devastating display of hard running and sharp counter attacking left Ballynahinch chasing shadows.
They got off the mark with a penalty try in the second minute, player-coach Andy Dunne landed a penalty and then Richie Leyden, Max Rantz-McDonald, David Mongan and Mark Cooney all crossed for tries.