Garryowen, still very much in contention for the Division One title, face Belfast Harlequins, who have enjoyed a remarkable change in fortunes since the start of the year, in the Senior final which has a 4pm start.
This promises to be a top-class affair between two sides who love to play expansive rugby. Garryowen will look to the experience and strength of Conor Kilroy, John Oâ00Sullivan, Paul Neville and Peter Malone to provide them with a winning platform. In Gerry Hurley, Ciaran and Cillian O'Boyle, Kieran Hartigan and Mark Melbourne they have quality, developing players who relish quick rugby.
Harlequins, who lost their opening nine league on the trot to languish at the foot of Division One, have really turned their season around since Christmas when Alan Solomons came in to assist with coaching. They have started to clock up successive wins and surprised a strong Shannon side in their cup semi-final.
Former Ireland flanker Andy Ward is their key operator as player-coach, while in Stuart Philpott, Paul Marshall, Darren Cave and John Andress, they have four rising Ulster stars. Lewis Stevenson and Mark Kettyle are two others with huge potential.
So, a feast of open rugby looks on the cards in the midlands on Saturday. Cash will be taken at the turnstiles on the day, so come along for what promises to be two very entertaining deciders.