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Ulster Bank League: Divisions Completed For Next Season

Ulster Bank League: Divisions Completed For Next Season

Following the final play-off matches, we take a look at the make-up of the divisions for next season’s Ulster Bank League. There will be 52 teams competing in the league, ten each in Division 1A and 1B, and Division 2A and 2B with have 16 sides each.

2011/12 ULSTER BANK LEAGUE DIVISIONS –

DIVISION 1A:

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Old Belvedere (champions)
Cork Constitution
Young Munster
St. Mary’s College
Blackrock College
Dolphin
Shannon
Clontarf (promoted from Division 1B)
Lansdowne (promoted from Division 1B)
Garryowen (play-off winners over Buccaneers)

DIVISION 1B:

Buccaneers (lost play-off against Garryowen)
UL Bohemians
Dungannon
UCC
Galwegians
Ballynahinch (promoted from Division 2, champions)
UCD (promoted from Division 2)
Ballymena (promoted from Division 2)
Belfast Harlequins (promoted from Division 2)
Bruff (play-off winners over Bective Rangers)

DIVISION 2A:

Bective Rangers (lost play-off against Bruff)
Corinthians
Queen’s University
De La Salle Palmerston
Terenure College
Dublin University
Midleton
Clonakilty
Old Wesley
Malone
Thomond
City of Derry (promoted from Division 3, champions)
Seapoint (promoted from Division 3)
Greystones (promoted from Division 3)
Instonians (promoted from Division 3)
Old Crescent (play-off winners over Banbridge)

DIVISION 2B:

Banbridge (lost play-off against Old Crescent)
Rainey Old Boys
Nenagh Ormond
NUIM Barnhall
Sunday’s Well
Highfield
Suttonians
Naas
Wanderers
Ards
Navan
Connemara
Sligo (promoted from junior ranks, Connacht champions)
Cashel (promoted from junior ranks, Munster champions)
Boyne (promoted from junior ranks, Leinster champions)
Armagh (promoted from junior ranks, Ulster champions)

Related Links –

Ulster Bank League Tables

Ulster Bank League Structures