Ballymena's winning start to the season came to an end in Stradbrook when they were beaten 22-19 by the Emmet Farrell inspired home side. Ballymena trailed 13 at half time but staged a brave fight-back to go in front, 19-15, as the game entered the closing stages. Then however, their discipline let them down - they had two players sin-binned - and Farrell scored a late try, which he also converted, to snatch a victory that moves them to fourth place in the table.
An injury time penalty from Dungannon out half Mark Armstrong gave his side a 20-19 win over St Mary's College at Stevenson Park. Armstrong scored all his side's points, his sole try coming in the 666th minute to set up a frantic finish against a visiting side that had been reduced to 13 with two sin-binnings.
In Division Two Dolphin made it four wins from four outings when they accounted for Musgrave Park co-tenants 24-13 a defeat that pushes Sunday's Well to second last spot in the table.
In Division Three Waterpark hold the top spot after maintaining their 100% record after their 27-14 win over Ballina at Ballinakill while Instonians are also undefeated in this division, their latest win. 33-6 at home against Naas.