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Irish Rugby TV To Stream #EnergiaAIL Division 1A Semi-Finals

Irish Rugby TV To Stream #EnergiaAIL Division 1A Semi-Finals

It is a big weekend in the Men’s Divisions of the Energia All-Ireland League with promotion and relegation play-offs, but the Division 1A semi-finals take centre stage with both games set to be streamed live on Irish Rugby TV.

First up at 2.30pm on Saturday, it is 2019 champions Cork Constitution, who finished second in the table, at home to Clontarf, the 2022 winners and last season’s beaten finalists.

The match kicks off at 2.30pm with live coverage here on IrishRugby.ie and the Irish Rugby TV YouTube channel. Commentary will be provided by The Club Scene Podcast’s Daragh Frawley and Ger Burke, along with Dan Mooney.

The second semi-final kicks off at 4.30pm as defending champions Terenure host Lansdowne, the 2018 winners at Lakelands Park in a repeat of the 2022 play-off clash. Commentary will come from Stuart McAvoy and Jack O’Sullivan.

Meanwhile, in the Women’s Division, UL Bohemian and Railway Union will contest the final in a first ever Energia All-Ireland League Men’s and Women’s finals double header at the Aviva Stadium.

The two finals take place on Sunday, April 28, with the Women’s final kicking off at 1.45pm, and the Men’s decider scheduled to start at 4pm. Both games will be shown live on TG4.

Tickets for the Energia All-Ireland League finals double header are on sale now from Ticketmaster.ie – click here.