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#EnergiaAIL Fixtures This Weekend

Tommy Donnan drives play forward during the Energia AIL Div 1A RD9 fixture between City Of Armagh and Ballynahinch at the Palace Grounds, Armagh, County Armagh, Northern Ireland. Photo by John Dickson / Dickson Digital

Ballynahinch's Tom Donnan drives play forward during their Energia All-Ireland League Division 1A clash with City of Armagh last month ©John Dickson/Dickson Digital

There is another full round of action in the Energia All-Ireland League Men’s Divisions this weekend, including a mouth-watering top four clash as Clontarf host Lansdowne in a game that will be live on Irish Rugby channels.

Division 1A

Match of the day in the top flight is that live-streamed match between table toppers Clontarf and third-placed Lansdowne – watch it live on our YouTube channel here.

Elsewhere, bottom side Dublin University are at home to Shannon, while ninth-placed City of Armagh will be fighting for points against defending champions Terenure College, who are determined to stay in the hunt for a top four place.

Division 1B

Can anyone stop St. Mary’s College this season? Blackrock College, who are fourth in the table, host the leaders this weekend. Meanwhile, fifth-placed Garryowen are at home to Buccaneers, and Naas, in sixth, are at home to UCC, and both teams will want to pounce on any top four slip-ups.

Division 2A

Last weekend’s Tipperary derby saw second-placed Cashel close the gap to five points on previously-unbeaten Nenagh Ormond. They face fifth-placed Old Crescent and Greystones, who occupy seventh place, respectively this Saturday.

Division 2B

It is top versus bottom in Division 2B this weekend as high-flying Instonians entertain Dolphin in Belfast. Second-placed Galway Corinthians are on their travels to Magherafelt to play Rainey, while Wanderers, who are third overall, are at home to Belfast Harlequins.

Division 2C

Front runners Galwegians have home advantage against Omagh Academicals, but the match of the round has to be the meeting of former leaders Clogher Valley and third-placed Enniscorthy. Both are former Energia All-Ireland Men’s Junior Cup winners and there are currently just three points between them in the table.

All-Ireland Women’s Cup Series

The Energia All-Ireland Women’s Cup Series enters the final round robin weekend as the teams battle for a play-off spot.