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Angus Lloyd in action for Clontarf against Lansdowne during the All-Ireland League Division 1A semi-final at Castle Avenue. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Have boots, will travel. For a 26-year-old, Angus Lloyd has certainly been around the block, the former Leinster under-19 and under-20 scrumhalf this (...)

Lansdowne’s Oisin Dowling and Martin Mulhall in action against  Dublin University earlier this month. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

It was business as usual for Division 1A’s leading three clubs, Cork Constitution, Lansdowne and Clontarf, as they all posted home wins on the resumpt(...)

Clontarf’s Michael Courtney tackling Aidan Moynihan of Cork Constitution in their Division 1A clash at Castle Avenue, Dublin. Photograph:  Oisin Keniry/Inpho

Division 1A’s leading trio of Cork Constitution, Clontarf and Lansdowne have opened up a gap on the rest of the chasing pack, with the defending champ(...)

Clontarf’s Mick McGrath is tackled by James O’Connor of Young Munster in Sunday’s Ulster Bank League Division 1A semi-final. Photograph:  Tommy Grealy/Inpho

  Clontarf 37 Young Munster 29 An understrength Young Munster team suffered their third Ulster Bank League semi-final defeat in as many years a(...)

Lansdowne’s Scott Deasy: trails Con’s Tomas Quinlan by a single point at the top of the scoring charts (165 to 166). Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Ulster Bank League semi-finals Lansdowne v Cork Constitution, Aviva Stadium, 2.30pm, Sunday Clontarf v Young Munster, Castle Avenue, Sunday, 2.30(...)

Young Munster’s Dan Goggin in action for Munster A in the British & Irish Cup quarter-final against Ulster A in Cork last month. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Young Munster will be without several professional players for Sunday’s Ulster Bank League semi-final against Clontarf. Not only does the game clash(...)

Lansdowne’s Daniel McEvoy on the attack against Garryowen. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Table-toppers Lansdowne and defending champions Clontarf will have home advantage in the Division 1A semi-finals after a tumultuous final day in the U(...)

UCC’s Darragh Moloney in action against Ballymena’s Adam McBurney and Mark Foster at Eaton Park. Photograph: John McIlwaine/Presseye/Inpho

Teenage outhalf Alan Tynan was the toast of Young Munster after his last-ditch drop goal steered the Cookies past top-four rivals Clontarf. Munsters(...)

Joey Carbery’s breakthrough has highlighted the talent on show in the domestic league. Photograph: Inpho

The Ulster Bank League kicks off the weekend after next , and it does so buoyed by its contribution to the four provinces in the opening round of Pr(...)

Clontarf captain Ben Reilly and Cork Constitution captain James Ryan with the trophy ahead of the All-Ireland League final. Photograph: Inpho

Bridesmaid five times, these next 80 minutes should calmly unveil Clontarf’s second marriage to the All-Ireland League title with their clever amalga(...)

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