The holders UCD, with such experienced players as senior interprovincial representatives David O'Riordan, Anton Canavan, Jonathan Fitzpatrick and John E Byrne in their ranks, were expected, along with co-hosts Dublin University, to capitalise on home advantage in the 1992 tournament.
However, a major surprise was in store as the two Northern Ireland sides, Queen's University Belfast and Univeristy of Ulster, emerged to contest the final in College Park, Queen's triumphing by 73 runs. Stephen Mann led their batting performances while Michael Anderson was their outstanding bowler (taking seven wickets in the Final), well supported by Ulster Town representative Jonathan Irons and Deans.
- Queen's University Belfast beat University of Ulster by 73 runs
Queen's University Belfast 186-5 (S Mann 70)
University of Ulster 113 (M Anderson 7-33)
- University College Dublin 280 (JE Byrne 73, S Grehan 49, D O'Riordan 43, A Rampsadad 3-33) beat RCSI 140 (J Fitzpatrick 3-40, D Murray 3-26, E Lenehan 3-26) by 140 runs
- University of Ulster 246-8 (S Foskett 63*, Kumar 4-42) beat RCSI 135 K Naidoo 52, C McLoughlin 4-24) by 111 runs
- University College Dublin 150 (McLoughlin 3-24, J Peak 3-39) lost to University of Ulster 151-7 (C Sloan 45, J Rose 41) by 3 wickets
- Queen's University Belfast 143-4 (S Mann 64) beat Dublin University 113 (J Irons 3-22, M Anderson 3-28) by 30 runs
- Dublin University 238-2 (S Boylan 112*, D Marshall 101) beat University College Cork 48 (R Gilmore 5-21, M Fadden 4-15 including hat-trick) by 190 runs Anglesea Road
- University College Cork 55 (J Irons 5-24, Deans 5-15) lost to Queen's University Belfast 58-1 by 9 wickets