Despite most attention being on the Guinness Six Nations this weekend, there was action in all divisions of the All Ireland League.
UCD 14 Garryowen 24
Clontarf 45 Shannon 14
Cork Constitution 49 Lansdowne 17
Young Munster 24 Dublin University 18
Terenure College 39 UCC 29
Captain Niall Kenneally enjoyed a try-scoring return as he helped Division 1A leaders Cork Constitution claim a 49-17 bonus point win, in their best performance of the season to date, when defeating their nearest rivals Lansdowne. Front rowers Declan Adamson and Ivan Soroka got on the scoresheet in Clontarf’s easy 45-14 bonus point win over Shannon, a result which moved the Dublin club into second place in All-Ireland League Division 1A.
Fifth-placed Garryowen closed the gap on Division 1A play-off rivals Dublin University to a single point following a 24-14 win over UCD at the Belfield Bowl.
Young Munster moved out of the bottom two in the table to give their Division 1A survival bid a huge lift with a 24-18 bonus point win over semi-final hopefuls Dublin University, while second row Stephen Caffrey’s 77th-minute try sealed another bonus point home win for Terenure College – their third in five rounds – as the division’s bottom side got the better of UCC on a 39-29 scoreline at Lakelands Park.
Ballymena 27 Banbridge 31
Buccaneers 24 Ballynahinch 43
City Of Armagh 39 St. Mary’s College 21
Naas 7 Old Wesley 5
Old Belvedere 15 Malone 12
Cashel 50 Galwegians 19
Navan 14 Old Crescent 17
Queen’s University 41 Nenagh Ormond 22
UL Bohemians 30 Blackrock College 18
Dungannon 20 Sunday’s Well 17
Galway Corinthians 24 Rainey Old Boys 29
Greystones 40 Skerries 27
MU Barnhall 20 Belfast Harlequins 17
Wanderers 29 Sligo 36
Ballina 37 Bruff 20
City of Derry 10 Bangor 5
Midleton 35 Omagh 12
Thomond 22 Malahide 33
Tullamore 15 Seapoint 24