So how did your boys (or girls) do? Full listing of the weekend's senior results.
Celtic League:Leinster 35 (S. Byrne, D. Hickie 2, McCullen tries. Holwell 3 cons, 3 pens) Edinburgh 13 (Jacobsen, Lawson tries. Patterson pen) Ulster Senior League:Ballymena 47 (S. Young 3, J. McGruggan, A. Kennedy, A. Larkin 2 tries. Larkin 6 cons) Instonians 3 (S. Flynn drop goal) Ards 9 (A. Derwin 3 pens) Malone 14 (D. Cobain try, G. Fry 3 pens) Ballynahinch 6 (J. Gillespie 2 pens) Dungannon 22 (S. Mallon, A. Subherwal, G. Steenson try each. G. Steenson pen, 2 cons) Banbridge 41 (P. Stronge 2, M. Waugh 2, J. Dodds, M. Eadie tries. C. Lawson 3 cons) City of Derry 19 (R. Campbell, D. Houston, R. McCarter tries. R. McCarter 2 cons) Queen's University 29 (T. Smith 2, S. Glass, D. Hall tries. R. Drysdale 2 cons) Portadown 22 (D. Whitten, D. Black, J. Cubbitt tries. B. Gribben pen, 2 cons) Munster Senior League:Old Crescent 85 (N. O'Brien 3, L. Burke 2, E. Dalton 2, B. Leahy 2, A. McMahon, J. Cullinane, D. McDonagh, P. Ryan tries. R. McDonald 10 cons) Sunday's Well 5 (D. Power try) Cork Constitution 15 (R. Kenneally, C. Healy tries. P. McCarthy pen, con) UL Bohemian 16 (C. O'Boyle, C. Loughney tries. D. Fitzgerald 2 pens) Dolphin 30 (T. O'Leary 2, D. Murphy, S. O'Halloran tries. J. O'Mahony 2 pens, 2 cons) Thomond 19 (F. Daly 2, H. O'Neill tries. J. Cronin 2 cons) Highfield 12 (B. Roche, A. O'Neill tries. C. Quaid con) Clonakilty 19 P. Dillon 3 tries. G. Gribb 2 cons) UCC 43 (M. Kingsbeer 2, D. Hurley, P. Murphy, D. Fitzgerald, R. Noonan tries. M. Kingsbeer con, J. Manning 4 cons, pen) Young Munster 15 (D. Corcoran 2 tries. M. Connolly pen, con) Leinster Senior League:Section B:
DLSP 16 (F. Cooney try. P. de Barra 2 pens, con, S. Broughton pen) Carlow 13 (M. Logue try. R. Murphy 2 pens, con) Section C:Dublin University 71 (J. Heaslip 4, B. Canavan 2, M. Hogan, E. Molloy, F. Keane, B. Hastings, M. Garvey tries. S. Mitchell 8 cons) Seapoint 3 (A. Temple pen) Section D:Lansdowne 19 (J. Lyne, N. Ronan tries. A. Tallon 3 pens) Monkstown 0Naas 24 (S. Pringle, J. Toland tries. J. Moran 3 pens, dr.gl, con) Terenure 19 (M. Mahony, A. Dunlop tries. R. Governey 3 pens) Skerries 6 (D. O'Neill 2 pens) UCD 29 (J. Norton, P. Bredin, C. Davis, L. Bourke, M. Hastings tries. E. Hickey 2 cons) Connacht Senior League:Ballina 5 (I. Thornton try) Connemara 28 (D. Keogh 2, O. Delappe, G. Burke tries. M. Roodman 4 cons) Buccaneers 9 (N. O'Hara 3 pens) Galwegians 24 (D. Rogers 2, S. Meagher tries. P. Noble pen, 3 cons) WomenUnder-21 Interprovincial:Leinster 12Munster 5Senior Interprovincial:Leinster 20Munster 20Connacht 12Ulster 10
Ireland Women's Sevens captain Lucy Mulhall is in Langford this week for the Canada leg of the HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens Series. Following Ireland's Bowl win in Atlanta, Lucy previews our prospects this weekend.
Ireland Women's Sevens captain Lucy Mulhall speaks about the build-up to the HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens tournament in Atlanta, Georgia. The girls in green begin the pool stages against France at 12.52pm local time/5.52pm Irish time today.
IRFU High Performance Manager Colin McEntee reflects on the Easter matches played by the Ireland Under-18 and Under-19 teams, which ended last weekend with wins over the England Counties U-18s and France U-19s.
Watch highlights of the Ireland Under-18s' seven-try 43-0 victory over Scotland during the inaugural U-18 Five Nations Festival in Caerphilly, Wales. Number 8 and captain Caelan Doris scored a hat-trick of tries and winger Daniel Hurley bagged a brace.
Railway Union's Kim Flood made her debut at full-back for the Ireland Women in last weekend's 14-3 Six Nations win over Italy. She is looking forward to experiencing the partisan crowd at Donnybrook again this Sunday when Scotland are the visitors. Tickets are available from Ticketmaster.ie.
Ireland scrum coach Greg Feek spoke to Irish Rugby TV on the eve of the final round of the RBS 6 Nations Championship. He is happy that the team are focused but warns that it will be a tough encounter with Scotland tomorrow.
Looking forward to the lineout battle with Scotland, Ireland lock Devin Toner said: "We went well again Italy, I think our set piece went well. If we can just build on that and build on the positives then I think we'll be okay."
Joe Schmidt spoke to Irish Rugby TV this morning with an update on the squad, a look back at Ireland's nine-try win over Italy and a preview of our final match of the RBS 6 Nations Championship against Scotland.
Ireland Women's head coach Tom Tierney was pleased to see his new-look side come away with a 14-3 win over Italy. Full-back Kim Flood, winger Liz Burke and replacement centre Claire McLaughlin made their international debuts on the day.