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AIL Rugby: IRFU Ulster Bank League - Division 1A Review & Results
Joe Schmidt’s son Tim bagged the bonus point try for Terenure College as they won their Dublin 6W derby with St. Mary’s College to continue their excellent start to the new season.
Skerries teenager Ciaran Frawley converted four of UCD’s five tries and kicked a penalty as they dished out a 36-8 derby defeat to Dublin University, moving to the top of Ulster Bank League Division 1A in the process.
Review and results of the opening weekend of the All Ireland League rugby division 1A
Alex Wootton's late try proved hugely significant as Garryowen outgunned Old Belvedere 26-19 in the battle of Ulster Bank League Division 1A's bottom two sides at sun-kissed Dooradoyle.
Teenage out-half Alan Tynan was the toast of Young Munster after his last-ditch drop goal steered the Cookies past top-four rivals Clontarf.
Limerick side Garryowen were the big losers in the Ulster Bank League Division 1A over the weekend, falling from fifth to eighth place courtesy of a 19-3 defeat at Dublin University.
Garryowen and Terenure College were the only two teams to climb up the Ulster Bank League Division 1A ladder this weekend, although bonus point wins for table-toppers Lansdowne
For the third consecutive week of play, there are new leaders in Ulster Bank League Division 1A after Young Munster moved to the top spot with a thrilling 34-32 bonus point success at St. Mary’s.
Weekend action in the Ulster Bank League has seen the students of Dublin University and UL Bohemians take top spot in both Divisions 1A and 1B respectively.
Only six points separate top from bottom in Ulster Bank League Division 1A after leaders Lansdowne, defending champions Clontarf and last year’s runners-up Cork...
The Ulster Bank League got underway this weekend – here is a review of Division 1A.
It was the opening weekend of the Ulster Bank league of All Ireland club rugby, we have a review and results of the Division 1a clashes.
Old Belvedere climbed up to sixth in the table with a 24-32 win over Galwegians at Crowley Park in the Ulster Bank League.