It has been a great end to the season for Sinead Goldrick & Dublin Ladies GAA as they won the TG4 All Ireland Championship for the second year in a row.  Sinead is a stalwart of the team & she produced a ferocious & tenacious display from wing back and also scored a point.

Munster had a great 49-13 win over Ospreys in Independent Park. Darren O’Shea played the full game in the second row. It was great to see Andrew Conway back for his first game of the season. Dan Goggin continues to impress in the centre. Darren Sweetnam is a dangerous as ever, adding another try to his tally. Duncan Williams had a controlled 66 minutes at scrumhalf.

Connacht suffered a narrow loss to Edinburgh.  Matt Healy a constant on the team played the full game.  Sean O’Brien played for 47 minutes.

Leinster ramped things up in the second half to beat Dragons 52-10.  Garry Ringrose played the full 80 in his first game back. Andrew Porter showed some impressive skills in his 52 minutes. Caelan Doris got his first run out in the RDS coming on in the 25 minute for a HIA and came on again in the 75th minute. Noel Reid came on in the 64th minute and slotted a 77th minute conversion.  Ross Molony also entered the fray on the 64th minute. Joy Neville was running the line in this game after being in middle for the Ulster A game the night before.

Ulster had a 28-7 win over the Southern Kings with Nick Timoney to the fore as always.

Dave Ryan played in Agen’s 22-17 win over Bordeaux Begles.

Peter Lydon helped Ealing Trailfinders to a 42-24 win over Yorkshire playing at fullback and he also slotted 4 conversions.

Bill Johnston captained Munster A in their 52-7 hammering of Ospreys in a side that also featured Brian Scott in the front row and Fineen Wycherley in the second row. John Poland came off the bench for the final quarter.

Willie Ryan playing at 6 and Doncaster Knights had a good away win against Richmond.

Darragh Leader played at fullback for the Connacht Eagles in a high scoring loss to Ospreys A.

Fiona Coghlan Sarah Rowe were part of TG4’s build up to for the Ladies All Ireland finals which aired on Saturday night.