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Energia All-Ireland League Fixtures This Week

Dublin Univeristy's Louis McDonough tackles Nigel Simpson of City of Armagh Mandatory Credit ©INPHO/Leah Scholes

Dublin Univeristy's Charlie Beckett tackles Nigel Simpson of City of Armagh during last week's Division 1A clash at the Palace Grounds ©INPHO/Leah Scholes

The Energia All-Ireland League season is in full swing and there is another full round of action across all six divisions this weekend.

Women’s Division

League leaders UL Bohemians have a bye this weekend and will remain top regardless of the results, but there is still room for changes in the top four as second-placed Old Belvedere make the short trip to Railway Union.

Men’s Divisions

Division 1A

Clontarf are the only unbeaten team in the top flight as they prepare to host fourth-placed City of Armagh, meanwhile Dublin University go in search of their first win of the campaign at home to Ballynahinch.

Energia AIL Division 1A Fixtures

Division 1B

The top two face off at Templeville Road as St. Mary’s College host Highfield with a six-point lead at the summit. There are only five points between the chasing pack, and plenty to play for in the other matches.

Division 2A

Leaders Nenagh Ormond take their unbeaten record north to eighth-placed Ballymena this weekend. Fellow Tipperary side Cashel, in second place, are at home to UL Bohemians, who occupy third spot.

Division 2B

A tantalising top-four weekend in Division 2B as third-placed Wanderers will hope to bring table toppers Instonians’ winning run to an end, while it is second plays fourth when Galway Corinthians entertain Belfast Harlequins.

Division 2C

Armed with a 100% record, Clogher Valley travel to Bruff, whose dramatic late draw last weekend with Galwegians means they are also unbeaten but three points behind the visitors. It is the match of the round in Division 2C.