First up is the All Ireland Junior Cup Final at 2pm, with Youghal taking on Ulster side Rainey Old Boys in what promises to be an exciting clash. Armed with strong support, Youghal will be aiming to take the inaugural title, after a fantastic run in this competition with wins over Monivea and Armagh.
Cork Constitution take to the field at 4pm, against St. Mary s College in the final of the AIB All Ireland Cup. Having won the very first AIB League in 1991, the club will be seeking to also lift the inaugural AIB All Ireland Cup. Cork Constitution staked their claim on the title early in the season with a 20-17 win over Shannon in the second round, and went onto defeat Belfast Harlequins in the quarter final and Buccaneers in the semi final.
With the hopes of a double Cork win on Saturday, all eyes will be on Lansdowne Road as we wish both teams the very best of luck.
2pm- AIB Junior Cup- Rainey Old Boys v Youghal
4pm- AIB All Ireland Cup- St. Mary s v Cork Constitution