The Mini Rugby Festival season kicked off on Saturday when Armagh, Ballynahinch and Dundalk travel to Rifle Park to contest the Outlet Trophy.
Some 600 kids were in action and the emphasis will be on fun and taking part.
The winner of the trophy was the club deemed to have adhered most closely to the Irish Rugby Football Union guidelines on fair play and respect for your opponents.
Armagh impressed the referees last year, not just with their skills but more importantly their attitude and they were keen to retain the trophy.
Ballynahinch and Dundalk took part in the Festival for the first time with the Co Louth minis making their first ever visit to Rifle Park.
The action kicked off at 10.00am and ran through to 12.30pm.
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