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Leinster's Reid to tog out for Clontarf as they face Belvo in AIL Dublin derby

(all Saturday 2.30 unless stated)


Clontarf v Old Belvedere, Castle Avenue, Tonight 7.30

Leinster's Noel Reid has been made available for selection and wing Richie Lane is free from work commitments for 'Tarf coach Andy Wood.

Belvedere coach Andy Dunne is likely to go for the same collection that ripped Cork Con apart two weeks ago.

Garryowen v St Mary's College, Dooradoyle

Mary's put more light between them and bottom club Shannon by winning at Coonagh two weeks ago. Second-placed Garryowen will be a different prospect.

Young Munster v Lansdowne, Tom Clifford Park

Coach Mike Ruddock should have front rowers Jack O'Connell, Tom Sexton and Martin Moore free of Leinster obligations.


Blackrock College v Ballymena, Stradbrook

'Rock have eked out away wins at UCD (19-17) and Dungannon (9-8) to move off the bottom and should make it three on the spin.

Buccaneers v Dublin University, Dubarry Park

Director of rugby Tony Smeeth is keen to make it seven from seven and keep up with Ballynahinch.

UCD v Dungannon, Belfield

College will be smarting from a loss to Trinity. Blues forwards Conor Gilsenan and Jordan Coghlan, and backs Luke McGrath and Andy Boyle could start.


Corinthians v Greystones, Corinthian Park

Stones' injured Ronan Carroll is forced to give way for Brendan Kennedy on the right wing.

Old Wesley v Cashel, Donnybrook

Steve Harvey moves from centre to wing to make room for Richie Jermyn.

Seapoint v DLSP, Kilbogget Park

The home side make just one change, Killian Jenkinson coming in for Ken Casey in the centre.

Terenure College v Bective Rangers, Lakelands Park

Second-from-top 'Nure go fishing for win number five. Rangers need to make it two wins from six.


Armagh v Navan, Palace Grounds

The injury-prone Mark Harrington returns to the first team for Alan Hickey in his first start this season.

Naas v Suttonians, Forenaughts

Naas player-coach Niall Carson keeps the same side edged out by Boyne.

Nenagh Ormond v Skerries, New Ormond Park

North Dublin club Skerries have a below-par 50pc return from five matches with a single draw.

Sunday's Well v NUIM Barnhall, Musgrave Park

Barnhall coach Dennis Bowes will be eager to see his team push on from the 72-0 win over Clonakilty.

Thomond v Boyne, Fitzgerald Park

Boyne coach Craig McGrath brings Graham McQuillan and Adam Sherrard into the back three.