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.
"As President he remains a great friend and supporter of Irish Colleges rugby."
The Treasury Holdings Shield final is scheduled for 1pm with the Treasury Holdings Cup final following at 3pm.
39 colleges, institutes and universities started the season in October leaving both Limerick Institute of Technology and the host institute, Waterford Institute of Technology, as qualifying finalists in Division One. This game is scheduled for 3pm.
In the Division Two Shield competition, the emerging Dublin Institute of Technology representative team will meet the Institute of Technology, Carlow in the first final at 1pm.
This year's finals, sponsored by Treasury Holdings, are the 23rd such finals since the foundation of Irish Colleges rugby in 1986.
Running alongside the year-long league, catering for three divisions, there is also a well contested student Interprovincial series. Players chosen for the national Colleges squad are selected from this series.
The Irish Colleges' representative team was involved this past year in games against the Scottish Universities, the England Combined Forces Under-23s and England Students who were the eventual winners of this inaugural competition - with the Irish Colleges' side finishing in second place.