FIXTURES | Schools & Club rugby fixtures for upcoming week

As both school and club rugby returns for the 2021/22 season, we’ve picked out some of the most intriguing fixtures from the Munster schools, Munster Club U20 and Women’s AIL.

The Munster schools season returns as the Limerick teams play their first round of friendly matches before the beginning of the Limerick City Cup. Crescent comp will face Bandon Grammar at home while Ardscoil Rís make the Journey to Glenstal Abbey.

2018 Limerick City Cup winners Rockwell host Castletroy College while St. Munchins send two XV’s to Corbally to test their skills against Kilkenny College.

2 March 2017; Luke Fitzgerald of Glenstal Abbey is tackled by Sean Hanley of Ardscoil Rís during the Clayton Hotels Munster Schools Senior Cup Semi-Final between Ardscoil Rís and Glenstal Abbey at Thomond Park in Limerick. Photo by Diarmuid Greene/Sportsfile

Schools Under 19 Friendlies: Wednesday 22nd of September

Crescent College Comp v Bandon Grammar School, in Crescent Comp at 2pm

Glenstal Abbey v Ardscoil Rís, in Glenstal at 2pm

Rockwell v Castletroy College, in Rockwell at 2pm

St. Munchin’s v Kilkenny College, in Corbally at 2pm

St. Munchin’s B v Kilkenny College B, in Corbally at 2pm


U20’s club rugby returns this week as Ennis host Garryowen on Wednesday. Ul Bohs will make the journey across the city to Rosbrien, where they face Old Crescent.

North Under 20 League

Section B: Wednesday 22nd of September

Ennis v Garryowen, in Ennis at 7.30pm

Section B: Thursday 23rd of September

Old Crescent v U.L. Bohemian, in Rosbrien at 7.30pm


Wicklow host Old Belvedere in the opening fixture of the Energia Women’s AIL this coming Friday, while most of the action takes place the following Saturday.

The UL Arena will host the AIL clash between UL Bohs and Cooke at 3pm, while Ballincollig, Blackrock and Malone RFC all host their opening AIL fixtures.

10 October 2020; Grace Miller of Old Belvedere RFC during the Energia Women’s Community Series Leinster Conference match between Old Belvedere College RFC and Wicklow RFC at Old Belvedere Rugby Club in Dublin. Photo by Matt Browne/Sportsfile

Energia Women’s All Ireland League

Friday 24th of September

Wicklow v Old Belvedere, in Ashtown Lane at 8pm

Saturday 25th of September

Ballincollig v Suttonians, in Tanner Park at 3pm

Blackrock College v Railway Union, in Stradbrook at 3pm

Malone v Galwegians, in Gibson Park at 3pm

U.L. Bohemian v Cooke, in UL Arena at 3pm

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