# cork constitution

This year
Cork Con and Dublin University share the spoils after thrilling 10-try clash
Here’s your All-Ireland League and Junior Cup round-up.
All time
Young Munster climb to third while leaders Clontarf cruise past Garryowen
A round-up of all today’s AIL rugby.
# club rugby
Garryowen looking to keep good form up for visit of UCC and this weekend's AIL previews
There are 10 matches between Division 1A and 1B as league action returns on Saturday.
# ail wrap
Defending champions Lansdowne clinch first win of new season while Shannon hammer Terenure
Here’s what happened in Division 1A of the All-Ireland league over the weekend.
# domestic kings
Man-of-the-match Dooley powers Lansdowne to Ulster Bank League glory
The Leinster prop was immense as Lansdowne dethroned Cork Con at the Aviva Stadium.
# Long Time Coming
Lansdowne win first Bateman Cup in 87 years to end Cork Con's bid for six-in-a-row
It was Lansdowne’s first Ulster Bank Bateman Cup title since 1931.
# Wrap
Munster youngster scores hat-trick for Garryowen, Clontarf thrash title holders Cork
Meanwhile, Ger Slattery’s 11-year spell at the heart of the Young Munster front row came to an end
# Grassroots to Green Shirts
'Looking back now, I made the right decision as playing for Con helped shape my career'
After helping Ireland win the Grand Slam last weekend, Peter O’Mahony tells The42 how his time in the Ulster Bank League made him the player he has become.
# A1 for 1A
Lansdowne reach first Bateman final in 87 years while Con stay on course for six-in-a-row
Sligo and City of Armagh put up huge fights but in the end it was the Division 1A sides who prevailed in the last four.
# Review
Garryowen climb to second, Cork Constitution pip St Mary's
Check out our Ulster Bank League Division 1A round-up.
# Kiwi Influence
'There are definitely lads good enough to be playing at Pro12 level'
Clontarf head coach Andy Wood is one of the unsung heroes of Irish rugby.
# southern comfort
Con withstand Belvo comeback to complete first half of potential double
Brian Hickey’s side will aim to add the Ulster Bank League title to their Bateman Cup victory next week.
# Preview
Belvo aim to spoil Cork Con's 5-in-a-row Bateman Cup bid
First-time finalists Old Belvedere have the honour of hosting the Ulster Bank Bateman Cup final tomorrow.
# class of 95
'I went to my father's shed, put my foot in a vice and cut off my cast with a hacksaw to go train'
David Corkery was voted as Ireland’s Player of the Tournament at the 1995 World Cup but professional rugby proved an unforgiving environment for the Corkman.
# Wrap
Old Belvedere go top of Ulster Bank League and all the domestic action
Paul Cunningham’s men are leaders of Division 1A.
Clontarf resigned to losing 'very, very special player' Carbery to the big stage
‘Tarf coach Andy Wood says his young out-half is a formidable operator with and without the ball.
# going gets 'tarf
Classy Carbery guides 'Tarf to UBL victory over Cork Con
The Leinster academy out-half had a hand in everything the Dublin club did well at the Aviva Stadium.
# ulster bank league
Mary's get back to winning ways while Cork Con claim Clontarf scalp
Also, Old Belvedere moved up to fifth in the Ulster Bank League after a win against UCD.
# looking ahead
Here are your division 1A and 1B Ulster Bank League previews
A top-of-the-table clash between Lansdowne and Clontarf is the pick of this week’s action.