Ulster Women's co-coaches Jarrett Truscott and Philip Doyle have named their team for this Saturday's IRFU Women's Interprovincial Championship opener against Munster at Kingspan Stadium (kick-off 3pm).
Ulster improved after a poor first half display at BT Murrayfield, but late tries from debutant Aaron Cairns and fellow replacement Jacob Stockdale failed to salvage a losing bonus point against a dynamic Edinburgh side.
Ulster fell from first to fifth place last week such is the congested nature of the top half of the GUINNESS PRO12 table. Round 8 sees Les Kiss' men looking to make it four wins in five encounters with Scottish opposition.
With the Champions Cup parked until December, the focus of the provinces switches back to the GUINNESS PRO12 this week. Ulster and Munster are planning for Friday night's interprovincial clash in Belfast, and both squads have a number of injury concerns.
Ulster picked up their first win of this season's Champions Cup in nail-biting circumstances as Sean Reidy's first half try and 14 points from Paddy Jackson's boot saw them squeeze past Exeter Chiefs. Check out the match photo gallery and video highlights.
Late drama at Kingspan Stadium tonight saw the lead change hands twice in the last five minutes as Paddy Jackson's drop goal two minutes from time cancelled out Gareth Steenson's effort to secure the slenderest of victories (19-18) for Ulster over Exeter Chiefs.
The provinces picked up two wins out of three in the opening round of the European Champions Cup, with Connacht and Leinster both beating French opposition on home soil. Check out the match photo galleries and video highlights.