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The Ulster Towns Cup is a rugby union competition organized by the Ulster branch of the Irish Rugby Football Union.

It is confined to teams outside of Belfast. Since the resumption of play after World War II, where a town is represented by a senior club, their second team is the one that competes.

The Final is traditionally played on Easter Monday at Ravenhill.

The most successful club is Dungannon with 20 wins (19 outright wins and 1 shared win). The trophy is currently held by Enniskillen RFC.

FINALS

(Records are incomplete)

1880s

1890s

1900s

(1907 - Bangor successfully protested the result of the original final, as Dungannon fielded an ineligible player and a replay was ordered. The original game finished as a 19–3 victory for Dungannon)

1910sBelfast. Since the resumption of play after World War II, where a town is represented by a senior club, their second team is the one that competes.

The Final is traditionally played on Easter Monday at Ravenhill.

The most successful club is Dungannon with 20 wins (19 outright wins and 1 shared win). The trophy is currently held by Enniskillen RFC.

(Records are incomplete)

1880s

  • 1883 City of Derry
  • 1884 Dungannon
  • 1885 Bessbrook
  • 1886 Bessbrook & Dungannon (shared)
  • 1887 Bessbrook
  • 1888 Bessbrook
  • 1889 City of Derry

1890s

  • 1890 Armagh
  • 1891 City of Derry
  • 1892 City of Derry
  • 1893 City of Derry
  • 1894 Dungannon
  • 1895 Dungannon
  • 1896 Dungannon
  • 1897 City of Derry
  • 1898 City of Derry 3-0 Dungannon[1]
  • 1899 Dungannon

1900s

  • 1900 Competition abandoned over a ground dispute between City of Derry & Dungannon[2]
  • 1901 Competition abandoned over a ground dispute between City of Derry & Dungannon
  • 1902 Dungannon 18-0 City of Derry[3]
  • 1903 Dungannon
  • 1904 Bangor 11-3 City of Derry
  • 1905 Dungannon 24-0 City of Derry
  • 1906 Bangor 12-10 City of Derry
  • 1907 Dungannon 15-3 Bangor

(1907 - Bangor successfully protested the result of the original final, as Dungannon fielded an ineligible player and a replay was ordered. The original game finished as a 19–3 victory for Dungannon)

  • 1908 City of Derry 8-3 Bangor
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    (1907 - Bangor successfully protested the result of the original final, as Dungannon fielded an ineligible player and a replay was ordered. The original game finished as a 19–3 victory for Dungannon)

    • 1908 City of Derry 8-3 Bangor
    • 1909 Bangor 16-8 Armagh

    1910s

    • 1910 Armagh 13-0 Carrickfergus
    • 1911 Carrickfergus 11-3 Armagh
    • 1912 Dungannon 9-3 Armagh
    • 1913 Carrickfergus 8-3 Larne
    • 1914 Larne 9-3 Carrickfergus
    • 1915-1919 Not played

    1920s

    • 1920 Bangor 5-3 Armagh
    • 1921 Larne 7-0 Donaghadee[4]
    • 1922 Lurgan 6-0 Larne[5]
    • 1923 Bangor 19-8 Dungannon[6]
    • 1924 Donaghadee 4-3 Dungannon[7]
    • 1925 Lurgan 11-4 Larne[8]
    • 1926 Lurgan 17-8 Donaghadee[9]
    • 1927 Coleraine 11-3 Lurgan[10]
    • 1928 Ballymena 3-0 Lurgan[11]
    • 1929 Armagh 8-6 Bangor[12]

    1930s