Armagh produced the performance of the day in the opening round of the Ulster Senior League.
Andy Hughes side enjoyed an 8-0 victory of Belfast Harlequins at Deramore Park.
Quins narrowly missed out on promotion to Division 1A last year and were missing a lot of regulars but that takes no Armagh who stopped them registering any points.
The visitors led edged a tight first half with Richard Reaney kicking a penalty to give Armagh a 3-0 lead at the interval.
Armagh sealed their victory five minutes after the restart when John Faloon crossed for a try and some great defence preserved the victory.
Queen’s edged Rainey 24-22 in an entertaining game at the Dub.
The students are in a phase of rebuilding after 13 first team players left during the summer while Rainey recruited heavily.
The Old Boys had former Ulster lock Tim Barker in their starting line up while ex Ulster and Queen’s centre Jonny Shiels came on in the second half but Queen’s ran out worthy winners.
Stuart McIlwaine playing at full back for Queen’s was the star of the show and his try helped the home side to a 21 half time lead.
Paddy Pringle and Ross McGaughey also crossed for the Students with out half Ritchie McMaster converting all three.
McMaster landed another penalty after the restart.
Mark O’Connor scored a try, a penalty and two conversions on his return to Rainy after a spell in England while Alan Clarke and Neil O’Kane got the Old Boys other tries.
In the other game City of Derry scored six tries on their way to a 36-8 win over Ards at Judges Road.