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# AIL

This month
May 2024
Jack Kelleher and Lindsay Peat win AIL Player of the Year awards
Last month
April 2024
Chisom Ugwueru hat-trick helps UL Bohs to victory in AIL final
Champions Terenure to face Cork Con at the Aviva after semi-final thrillers
This year
2024
Terenure successfully defend Bateman Cup against 14-man Young Munster
'People who come to watch for the first time are really surprised at the standard'
Last year
2023
Red cards part of the process as AIL gets to grips with new tackle height
Terenure earn record-breaking All-Ireland final win over Clontarf
Dublin rivals Clontarf and Terenure to meet again in Division 1A decider
Donnellan stars again as champions Clontarf set-up semi-final against Young Munster
Cork Con beat Terenure to ensure battle for home semi-final will go to the wire
'That's why I believe in it so strongly, it can still happen for you playing AIL'
AIL leaders Clontarf overcome Ballynahinch despite suffering two yellow cards
Donnellan bags another brace as leaders Clontarf inflict 30-point defeat on Shannon
Ballynahinch rally to inflict back-to-back defeats on Terenure as Clontarf take charge
Terenure celebrate double victory as Cork Con overcome Dublin University
Cork Con and Dublin University share the spoils after thrilling 10-try clash
All time
Wicklow Rugby Club lift first national trophy after famous AIL Conference final win
Women's AIL final postponed as Leinster's departure from Dublin delayed
'It would be great to see club rugby at the heart of what will happen'
In-form Young Munster hand heavy defeat to Shannon
A fascinating coaching duel between ex-team-mates and an unbeaten record on the line
Sean O'Brien picks up injury as AIL debut for Naas ends in defeat
Seán O’Brien signs for AIL club Naas after being denied Tullow return
Shannon endure baptism of fire against Terenure while Clontarf edge out UCD
'I said I wouldn't be a coach, but that was based on having a 10-year career ahead'
Ex-Ireland star Peat helps Railway Union to victory as Galwegians and Suttonians play out draw
'I don't know how Paul O'Connell knew who I was. He just said, 'Howiya, Matt?''
Former Connacht head coach Michael Bradley takes over at UCC
Women's AIL reduced to 9 teams just 2 days out from start of season
Contracts, Celtic Cup, the club game - women's rugby still in flux
Ex-Ireland boss Eddie O'Sullivan to become head coach of AIL's Buccaneers
Clontarf's Daly and Railway Union's Doyle land AIL player of the year awards
Clontarf survive frantic Terenure finish to claim AIL crown
'The atmosphere at our games is like something you'd get at a pro game'
Jake Flannery scores 20 points as Shannon secure promotion to AIL Division 1A
Dublin rivals Clontarf and Terenure ready for battle in AIL Division 1 final
Here's the state of play as reigning champions Cork Con look to extend semi-final run
Cork Con beat Young Munster to move back into top four and set up dramatic final day
Lansdowne seal semi-final spot with victory over UCC
Railway Union wrap up first-ever league and cup double in style