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AIB League: Division 2 & 3 Round Up

AIB League: Division 2 & 3 Round Up

The elements took their toll on Divisions 2 and 3 this weekend with several matches postponed. UCC remain top of Divison 2 despite losing to neighbours Highfield while Bruff still have the best defence around in Division 3.

The Hon. Secs. and Fixture Secs. will be busy in the coming weeks as they try and re-schedule the various games postponed in Divisions 2 and 3 of the AIB League. The weather took a toll on a number of games.

UCC continue to top Division 2 despite losing to neighbours Highfield. That win puts Highfield into second place ahead of Young Munster and Belfast Harlequins. The Limerick side have a game in hand which may prove vital as they lost to Thomond.


AIB League Division 2


Barnhall P – P Buccaneers

Bective Rangers 9 – 7 Belfast Harlequins

D.L.S.P. P – P Ballynahinch

Dublin University P – P

Highfield 13 – 3 U.C.C.

Malone 27 – 16 Wanderers

Suttonians P – P Clonakilty

Thomond 10 – 6 Young Munster


AIB League Division 3


In Division 3 the Bruff coach must be getting fed up with write ups about his side’s defensive capabilites as they notched up another clean sheet and put 31 points on Midleton. Inst. got back to winning ways against City of Derry.


There were more matches postponed in Division 3 but Queens managed to steal a march on Banbridge for the playoff spot as they ran out easy winners against Ards.


Ards 3 – 23 Queens University

City of Derry 7 – 29 Instonians

Connemara P – P Banbridge

Nenagh Ormond P – P Waterpark

Rainey OB 26 – 13 Naas

Bruff 31 – 0 Midleton

Old Wesley 13 – 6 Co. Carlow

Sundays Well P – P Corinthians