Scotland Clubs v Ireland Clubs, Netherdale, tonight 7.30
Coach David O'Mahony will want Ireland to go 3-2 up in the fifth season of this novel international, originally set up as a reward for the amateur club players.
It is difficult to gauge the relative strengths of the teams. But, the Irish have key decision makers in goal-kicking machine Barry Keeshan at fly-half and captain Frank Cogan at number eight.
Overall, there are seven players from Leinster clubs, three of them will be making their debuts. They are Old Belvedere's David Mongan, St Mary's hooker Richie Sweeney and his clubmate Matt D'Arcy.
Clontarf provide three in centre Evan Ryan, lock Simon Crawford and openside Barry O'Mahony.
Ireland Clubs: J O'Brien; J Clery, E Moloney, E Ryan, D Mongan; B Keeshan, M D'Arcy; J Ryan, R Sweeney, C Condon, P Donnellan, S Crawford, H Hogan, B O'Mahony, F Cogan (capt).
Naas change back row for Nenagh
(tomorrow, KO 2.30)
Naas v Nenagh Ormond, Forenaughts
It is almost all change in the Naas back row as player/coach Niall Carson is inserted at number eight and Andy Shirley posted on the blindside. Centre Johnny Delaney is also brought into the centre with backs coach Breiffni O'Donnell, a former clubmate of Carson at Clontarf, at inside centre.
NAAS (v Nenagh Ormond): D Ahern; B Fitzgerald, Johnny Delaney, B O'Donnell, Jeff Delaney; S McGrath, S Sutton; A Shirley, J Toland, B Kose, G Rowan, D Benn, A Shirley, P Monaghan, N Carson.