Canterbury and the IRFU have today unveiled the new Ireland home and alternate playing kits which will be worn for the first time during the GUINNESS Series in November when Ireland take on South Africa, Georgia and Australia.
Clontarf, Lansdowne and Terenure College all made it two wins out of two in Division 1A of the Ulster Bank League, while Division 1B leaders Galwegians garnered a second bonus point victory and Division 2B newcomers Kanturk had a narrow defeat in Navan.
The 'Battle of Dublin 6W' takes place at Templeville Road today and you can watch all the action live on Irish Rugby TV as St. Mary's College and Terenure College go head-to-head in the Ulster Bank League (kick-off 2.45pm).
Ulster were crowned IRFU Under-20 Interprovincial champions for 2014/15 after a 17-12 triumph away to Munster on Friday - their third win of the series. Meanwhile, Connacht and Leinster scored 14 tries in a free-flowing final encounter at the Sportsground.