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.
Anthony Foley's Munster side go into this semi-final unbeaten in the competition to date and face an Ulster Ravens side who topped Pool C with four wins and a draw.
This weekend's interprovincial tie is sure to be a great game as Munster, with the best defensive record in this competition, take on an Ulster side who hold the best attacking record with 22 tries.
The game will also act as a curtain raiser to Munster's Magners League game against the Ospreys at Thomond Park. Tickets purchased for the Magners League game will allow supporters attend both matches, with more details here.
Foley's charges enjoyed a 50-21 win over English National League One champions Esher in a warm-up game last week.
The squad for the semi-final includes the likes of Declan Cusack, Conor Murray, Jeremy Manning and Sean Scanlon who featured who were on duty for Munster in last Saturday's Magners League win over Connacht, with Cusack starting at out-half.
MUNSTER Squad (v Ulster Ravens) - Backs (11): Conor Murray (Garryowen), Declan Cusack (Thomond), Duncan Williams (Cork Constitution), Gareth Quinn McDonogh (Shannon), Jeremy Manning (Cork Constitution), Luke O'Dea (Shannon), Dave Moloney (UL Bohemians), Mike Kelliher (Richmond), Mossie Lawlor (Shannon), Ronan O'Mahony (Garryowen), Sean Scanlon (UCC).
Forwards (12): Brian O'Hara (UL Bohemians), David Kilcoyne (UL Bohemians), David O'Callaghan (UCC), Ed Kelly (UL Bohemians), Eoghan Grace (Shannon), Ian Nagle (Cork Constitution), Mike Sherry (Garryowen), Pa O'Regan (UL Bohemians), Paddy Butler (Shannon), Sean Henry (UL Bohemians), Stephen Archer (Cork Constitution), Tommy O'Donnell (UL Bohemians).