10 Dec, 12:23
Ireland's John Lacey will referee his first ever RBS 6 Nations match in February, while Alain Rolland is also included in the Elite Panel in what is his last season.
The Ireland U19 team to play Wales U19 in the 5th place play off in the IRB U19 World Cup shows two changes from the side that beat Argentina 19-13 in the last game.
Ireland Coach Charlie McAleese has made one change in the backs, with Ian Keatley replacing Ian Whitten at inside centre.
In the forwards, Cian Healy moves to tighthead prop with Richard Sweeney named in the replacements and Ruaidhri Murphy taking over at loosehead.
The Ireland U19 team selected to play Wales U19 on Friday 21st April 2006 in Exiles RFC, Dubai at 18.15hrs (local time) is as follows:
15 - Sean Carey (St. Joseph's College, Garbally)
14 - Shane Monahan (Dublin University)
13 - Keith Earls (St. Munchin's College)
12 - Ian Keatley (UCD)
11 - Michael Barker (Queens University)
10 - Brian Colllins (Castleknock College)
9 - David Drake (Instonians RFC)
1 - Ruaidhri Murphy (Castleknock College)
2 - Gerard Slattery (St. Munchin's College)
3 - Cian Healy (Belvedere College)
4 - Thomas Anderson (Queens University)
5 - Conor McInerney (UCD)
6 - Tommy O'Donnell (UL Bohemians)
7 - David Pollock (Queens University) Captain
8 - Kevin Sheahan (UCD)
16 - Niall O'Connor (Limavady G.S.)
17 - Paul O'Donohoe (Belvedere College)
18 - Ivan Dineen (CBC Cork)
19 - Ian Whitten (Queens Universtiy)
20 - David Gilchrist (UCD)
21 - Jonathan Graham (Ballynahinch)
22 - Richard Sweeney (UCD)
23 - Andrew Browne (Galwegians)
24 - Tom Walsh (Castleknock College)
25 - James Gethings (Gonzaga College)
26 - Aidan Wynne (Blackrock College)