Youths Rugby is more vibrant than ever with over 60 Youths Finals kicking off over the next month.

This Saturday 9th April will see 12 girls’teams vying for silverware in Bowl, Plate and Premier Finals at U15 and U18 level in Donnybrook Stadium.

The day kicks off at 11:30am when the U18 and U15 Bank of Ireland Bowl Finals take place. Ardee/Boyne face Portdara in the U18, whilst MU Barnhall take on Navan in the U15s game.

The 1:30pm games are both U15 affairs, where the Bank of Ireland Plate Final has Clane taking on Tullamore and the Bank of Ireland Premier Final sees Mullingar playing Naas. The U18 Plate Final Gorey play Wicklow kicks off at 3:30pm and again at 3:30pmTullamore will face Portlaoise in the Premier Final.

Also this Saturday, the U15 Bank of Ireland Youth League Finals take place in Ashbourne RFC, the Division 1, Division 2 and Bank of Ireland Premier Final take place with Kilkenny playing Tullow in Division1 final at 12pm, Ardee face Longford in the Division 2 Final at 1pm and Gorey take on Navan in the Premier Final at 2:30pm.

Sunday 10th April, the boys take over Donnybrook for the U17 and U18 Bank of Ireland League Finals day where ten teams in total will battle it out for their respective titles.

The U17 Division 2 Final between Athy and New Ross and the U18s Division 1A between Kilkenny and Wexford both kick off at 1:30pm.

The 3:30 kick-offs are the U18s Division 1B with Clane taking on Portarlington, and the U17 Bank of Ireland Premier League Final where Mullingar face Skerries. Rounding out the weekend with a 5:30pm kick-off, the U18s Premier League Final sees Co. Carlow take on Skerries. 

Leinster Rugby would like to wish all teams the best of luck in their finals this weekend.