4 Dec, 10:19
Grand Slam winners Fiona Coghlan and Nora Stapelton have returned the Women's RBS 6 Nations trophy to Chief Executive John Feehan at the Six Nations offices in Dublin.
Meanwhile, Glasgow lock Jason Whitewill miss this game and the two December European Cup games against Bourgoin. White was concussed during the first half of Scotland's Murrayfield match against Fiji on Sunday and consequently must stand-down for the mandatory three weeks' rest. That leaves Glasgow with just two recognised locks - Nathan Ross and Andy Hall - following Steve Griffiths's enforced retirement from rugby because of injury.
Glasgow officials report strong tickets sales and are expecting a full-house with their Chief Executive, David Jordan advising that people should "get your tickets now or you may miss out on the biggest game Glasgow have ever played.
Ulster. Bryn Cunningham; James Topping, Shane Stewart, Johnny Bell, Scott Young; David Humphreys (capt), Neil Doak; Justin Fitzpatrick, Matt Sexton, Robbie Kempson; Mark Blair, Jeremy Davidson; Warren Brosnihan, Neil McMillan, Tony McWhirter. Replacements: 16 Simon Best; 17 Paul Shields; 18 Matt McCullough; 19 Andy Ward; 20 Kieran Campbell; 21 Adam Larkin; 22 Ryan Constable.