# St Mary's College

Last year
# cup finale
UL Bohemians aim to give Briggs a winning send-off as Railway Union eye first double
The sides face off tomorrow.
All time
# Report
Belvo put to the test in Leinster Schools Senior Cup opener against St Mary's
Tries from Eoghan Rutledge, Jed Tormey and Daniel Hawkshaw secured the win for the 12-time champions.
Pooping pigeon almost forces exam venue change after taking up residence at Dublin school
Several previous attempts to remove the bird from the exam hall “proved futile”, one teacher said.
# Compelling
McGuigan's five-point haul helps 2017 champions St Mary's advance to Sigerson last four
The Slaughtneil ace top-scored for the victors, while Padraig Fogarty hit 0-6 for Maynooth.
# Schools Rugby
Terenure pack a punch in Senior Cup opener to see off rivals St Mary's
The 10-time winners progress through to the second round after a hard-fought win at Donnybrook.
# 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
# Schools Rugby
Blackrock's clinical edge the difference as they reign supreme at Junior Cup level again
Tom Henderson, Ben Brownlee, Max Patterson all crossed for Blackrock as they beat St Mary’s in this year’s decider.
Blackrock lay down title credentials with big semi-final win over Mary's
The 68-time winners powered into next week’s decider with a six-try win at Donnybrook.
# Union
Mary's survive grandstand finale to see off gallant Roscrea in nine-try thriller
St. Mary’s are into the Leinster Schools Senior Cup semi-finals after a high-octane encounter with the 2016 champions.
# Round-Up
Unbeaten Lansdowne top of the table at Christmas while Young Munster earn big win
Reports from all five of this week’s AIL Division 1A fixtures in the Ulster Bank League.
# Review
Garryowen climb to second, Cork Constitution pip St Mary's
Check out our Ulster Bank League Division 1A round-up.
# Wrap
Cork Constitution get title defence underway while Terenure kick off season in style
Check out our round-up of this week’s Ulster Bank League Division 1A.
# 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.
# Schools Rugby
Clongowes withstand Mary's comeback to book place in Leinster Senior Cup semis
Five tries were scored in another thrilling quarter-final encounter at Donnybrook.
# uc
Everyone lost it over this contestant's unusual degree on last night's University Challenge
# 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.
# ulster bank league
Lansdowne snatch road win while 'nure take local bragging rights
Elsewhere, Ballynahinch and Young Munster recorded their first wins of the season.
# ulster bank league
Former Munster lock Mick O'Driscoll on the sidelines as Cork Con win
Constitution recovered from a 15-3 deficit at half-time to claim a fine away win while Lansdowne tore Dolphin asunder.
# keeping it cork
Cork Con survive St Mary's fightback to capture Bateman Cup
A Robert Clune try set the side from The Rebel County on their way to victory.
# Previews
Ulster Bank League: Young Munster hope to thwart Garryowen's leadership drive
Shannon are looking for a first win of the season against last year’s champions, St Mary’s College.
# club rugby
Ulster Bank League: Lansdowne stay top as they return to winning ways in Clontarf
A second-half comeback gave Mike Ruddock’s side the victory while Garryowen stayed in touch with a win over Shannon.
# club rugby
Ulster Bank League: Cork Con show their title credentials by toppling league-leading Lansdowne
Johnny Holland was the hero for Constitution while Dolphin blitzed the champions and Old Belvedere got their first win in some style.
# School's Out
Kidnappings, raves, the Garda helicopter... this year's crop of school pranks
Suspensions and a garda investigation after students run amok in end-of-year hi-jinks in Dublin schools.