Maeve McMahon, Director of Customer Experience and Products, Ulster Bank, talks about another successful Ulster Bank League Awards night which saw 14 individual awards presented to players, coaches and PROs from across the island.
Cork Constitution lock Conor Kindregan was voted the Ulster Bank League Division 1A Player of the Year, picking up the honour from Joe Schmidt at this week's Ulster Bank League Awards in the Aviva Stadium.
Clontarf captured the 2015/16 Ulster Bank League title on a beautiful day at the Aviva Stadium. We have post-match reaction from head coach Andy Wood, try scorer Matt D'Arcy and IRFU President Martin O'Sullivan.
The Ulster Bank League season climaxes at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday afternoon as Clontarf aim for their second title in three years, but standing in their way are Bateman Cup winners Cork Constitution who are looking to complete a much-prized All-Ireland double.
The build up to the Ulster Bank League final has been a big hit on social media this week as Ireland prop Cian Healy and England star James Haskell got in on the act and we took a look back at the previous winners.
Ahead of the the Ulster Bank League Division 1A final, we spoke to Blayney Russell of Clontarf and Peter Good of Cork Constitution about the big match and how the two clubs have fared this season at every level.
Clontarf and Cork Constitution will battle it out at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday for the Ulster Bank League title. Both clubs have claimed the crown before but this is their first time to meet in the final.
Ben Reilly wants his Clontarf side to show the kind of form that put them top of the league this season but he knows that Cork Con will offer a serious physical challenge in the Ulster Bank League final in Sunday. Tickets are available from ticketmaster.ie.
Cork Constitution captain James Ryan is aiming for a league and cup double if his side can unpick the Clontarf defence in the Ulster Bank League final at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday. We spoke to him about the road to the final and Con's momentum. Tickets for the match are available from ticketmaster.ie.
Only one match remains in this season's Ulster Bank League following another eventful day of relegation/promotion play-offs. Dublin University and UCC have made the leap to Divisions 1A and 1B respectively, while Sligo's late show against Enniscorthy ensured their Division 2C status for another year.