Category: AIL Division 2C

Roundup: AIL Saturday Finals Day

Garryowen are back in 1A as they produced a stunning display to overcome Old Belvedere. Queens University left it late but retained their position in 1B with a win over MU Barnhall. Galway Corinthians long awaited return to 2A will happen next season and they overcome UL Bohemian, with the Limerick side moving to 2B next season.

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Preview: AIL Saturday Finals Day

It all comes down to this. After some heart stopping rugby in the AIL regular season we reach the final stage for clubs to book promotion or survival. Garryowen and Old Belvedere will look to move up to 1A this weekend while Queens University fight to stay in 1B against MU Barnhall.

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Roundup: AIL Division 2B/2C Promotion/Relegation Play-Off

The chance to play 2B rugby next season will be between Dolphin and Galwegians as both recorded wins in this weekend’s play-off semi-finals. Dolphin looking to preserve their 2B status looked impressive against Enniscorthy, while Galwegians who went down last season also produced some champagne rugby defeating Bruff.

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AIL Roundup: Division 2C Round 18

Clogher Valley were crowned 2C Champions in their debut season. Galwegians will have to settle for the playoffs as they meet Bruff who finished third. Enniscorthy suffered defeat on the final day and finished fourth meeting Dolphin in the playoffs. Ballina were relegated to the Junior grade as Bangor have to win their play-off to stay up.

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AIL Men’s And Women’s Permutations

It is make or break for the Men’s teams as we tick to the final normal season weekend of the year while the Women’s Division reaches its penultimate round.

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AIL Roundup: Division 2C Round 17

The title race in 2C will go down to the final day as Clogher Valley and Galwegians both secured bonus point wins this weekend. Bruff and Enniscorthy will both contest the play-offs this season. At the bottom it is a three horse race between Omagh Academicals, Ballina and Bangor for survival.

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