It promises to be a busy summer for Leinster Lightning in the interpro season as they look to defend two of their titles and go one better and clinch a clean sweep in 2019.

Lightning will get the interpro season underway in Spain, as La Manga is slated to host the three teams in the IP50 tournament.

The first game is a repeat of the winner takes all decider which the Dubliners clinched by beating the Warriors at Rathmines - if confirmed, the teams will face off on Monday April 22nd.

Still in Spain, they are due to take on the Knights on the 25th.

Their other games in the 50 over competition are away to the Warriors on May 23rd, home to Knights on June 27, with the return fixtures seeing them travel to the NCU on August 20, and home to the Warriors on August 22nd.

The T20 competitions are due to be played over three Festivals, with Pembroke expected to be the Leinster venue after they successfully hosted the 2018 version.

That is due to be played from June 22-24, while Bready is the favourite for the NW edition from August 16-18.

The final T20 Festival will see four teams heading to La Manga between September 20-22.

The one crown George Dockrell's men didn't pick up in 2018 was the Interpro Championship, and they will be keen to wrest the crown back from Andy McBrine's outfit.

They head to the NW to take on the Warriors from June 17-19, before hosting the Knights from July 30 - August 1.

Still in August, and they travel to the NCU from August 6-8, before finishing the format with a potential title decider against the Warriors the following week, from August 12-14.

It promises to be a packed schedule for Lightning, with 27 days' action lined up.

The final schedule is still to be rubber-stamped by Cricket Ireland so all dates and venues are subject to change.