This month
March 2023
# Wrap
Donnellan bags another brace as leaders Clontarf inflict 30-point defeat on Shannon
Catch up on all the results from men’s All-Ireland leagues.
Last month
February 2023
# Wrap
Clontarf remain top of AIL table as Shannon consign rivals Garryowen to relegation
Catch up on all the results from the All-Ireland League Men’s divisions.
# Rugby Results
Ballynahinch rally to inflict back-to-back defeats on Terenure as Clontarf take charge
Catch up on all the results from the men’s All-Ireland Leagues.
January 2023
# Winner winner
Niamh Briggs' Munster retain interpro title and go back-to-back for first time since 2015
Deirbhile Nic a Bháird’s rampaging first-half try inspired a 50-24 win over Connacht, while Leinster were 43-0 winners over Ulster.
# Preview
Munster chasing back-to-back Interpro crowns as Leinster take on Ulster
The Women’s Interprovincial title race could be decided this weekend.
Terenure celebrate double victory as Cork Con overcome Dublin University
Here’s your round-up of men’s All-Ireland League results.
Cork Con and Dublin University share the spoils after thrilling 10-try clash
Here’s your All-Ireland League and Junior Cup round-up.
# Munster
Nic a Bhaird leads way as Munster too strong for Ulster in opening Interpro
Niamh Briggs’ side ran out 34-0 winners over Ulster at Musgrave Park.
# women's interpros
Tullow and Tullamore teens the stars as Leinster make winning start under Tania Rosser
Last season’s runners-up launched their challenge for interpro honours with a bonus-point triumph over Connacht.
Last year
# Review
Terenure's 8-match winning streak ended by Young Munster
Shay McCarthy followed up on a Dan Goggin cross-field kick, which was collected by Conor Hayes, to score a decisive 77th-minute try.
# success
Wicklow Rugby Club lift first national trophy after famous AIL Conference final win
Naoise O’Reilly’s nimbly-taken try on the hour-mark guided Wicklow to glory against Galwegians yesterday.
# Wrap
In-form Young Munster hand heavy defeat to Shannon
Elsewhere, Clontarf’s mastery of the lineout maul was the difference in their late 29-22 win over Cork Constitution at Temple Hill.
# around the grounds
Bonus point win for Terenure, Cork Con kicking is key and Young Munster finish strong
All the Round 7 action from the Energia All-Ireland Men’s League.
Blackrock end Old Belvedere's unbeaten run in battle of the rivals
Elsewhere Railway Union moved top of the table after a win over Galwegians.
# women's AIL wrap
A fascinating coaching duel between ex-team-mates and an unbeaten record on the line
A preview of this weekend’s Women’s All-Ireland League action.
# Wrap
Sean O'Brien picks up injury as AIL debut for Naas ends in defeat
The former Leinster flanker returned to club rugby action today.
# Wrap
Cork Con looking to bounce back from Terenure defeat, as UCD face Young Munster
Meanwhile in the Women’s All-Ireland League, leaders Old Belvedere take on Galwegians.
# Round-Up
Ireland star Parsons scores five tries on AIL debut to remember
Elsewhere, Amee-Leigh Murphy Crowe bagged a hat-trick of her own for Railway Union.
Key wins for Clontarf, Trinity, Terenure and Ballynahinch in the AIL
Trinity retained the Dudley Cup by beating arch rivals UCD 38-24.
# Preview
Leaders Dublin University set to face UCD as Terenure host Cork
Meanwhile, Blackrock v Galwegians is among the standout ties in the All-Ireland League Women’s Division.
# Wrap
Shannon endure baptism of fire against Terenure while Clontarf edge out UCD
Catch up on all the results from the Energia All-Ireland League.
# Wrap
Young guns fire Old Belvedere to top of Women's AIL table
Four members of Leinster’s interpo-winning U18s team last season dotted down for the Dubliners.
# Wrap
Ex-Ireland star Peat helps Railway Union to victory as Galwegians and Suttonians play out draw
Railway Union came away with a bonus-point win over UL Bohemians to get their title defence off to a winning start.
# Preview
Railway Union begin Women's AIL title defence at UL Bohs
Dave Mervyn previews this weekend’s round two fixtures.
# Preview
Meeting of Belvedere and UL Bohs kicks-off new Women's All-Ireland League campaign
Dave Meryn previews this weekend’s round one fixtures.
Clontarf survive frantic Terenure finish to claim AIL crown
The eagerly-awaited Dublin derby drew an attendance of 5,788, a record crowd for an AIL final at the Aviva Stadium.
# Playoffs
Jake Flannery scores 20 points as Shannon secure promotion to AIL Division 1A
It was a drama-filled day of action in the AIL promotion and relegation playoffs.
# Preview
Dublin rivals Clontarf and Terenure ready for battle in AIL Division 1 final
The two sides meet at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday for the league’s showpiece event.
Terenure College make history by reaching AIL decider for the first time
Terenure will meet Clontarf in the decider.
# ail play-off preview
Stage set for two super-charged AIL Division 1A semis
The battles for final berths, promotion and avoiding relegation begin tomorrow.
Cork Con clinch semi-final place thanks to a touch of French flair
Matisse Lamarque d’Arrouzat scored his first try for the club with five minutes remaining.
Here's the state of play as reigning champions Cork Con look to extend semi-final run
It is set to be a dramatic day of action in the Energia All-Ireland League.
Cork Con beat Young Munster to move back into top four and set up dramatic final day
A round-up of this weekend’s Energia All-Ireland League action.
Lansdowne seal semi-final spot with victory over UCC
Mark McHugh’s men had the bonus point tucked away by half-time.
# Round-Up
Clontarf seal home semi-final with win over Cork Con
In Division 1A of the Energia All-Ireland League, Trinity moved back into the playoff picture.
# Winning
Railway Union wrap up first-ever league and cup double in style
The Dublin side won today’s Energia AIL Women’s Cup final, while Blackrock College triumphed in the plate decider.
# cup finale
UL Bohemians aim to give Briggs a winning send-off as Railway Union eye first double
The sides face off tomorrow.
# women's AIL wrap
UL Bohemians overcome Wicklow to set up heavyweight All-Ireland Cup final
Bohs will take on the back-to-back league winners in two weeks’ time.
# ail review
Donnellan does it again as leaders 'Tarf end Terenure's streak, while UCD secure safety
Elsewhere, Trinity narrowed the gap to Con with an impressive win, while Young Munster beat second-placed Lansdowne.
# Preview
Unbeaten runs on the line in Dublin derby while Cookies and Lansdowne clash again
Dave Mervyn looks ahead to the weekend’s domestic action.