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.
- Kick-off 2.30pm unless stated
UCD (10th) v Dublin University (6th), Donnybrook, 6.30pm (Thursday, March 4)
This AIB League Division 2 clash is given extra spice as it also the annual Colours match in Dublin. Trinity won the encounter last season but UCD have posted more Colours victories (33 in 57 matches).
This year, Trinity are four places above them in the Division 2 table - but only four points ahead.
UCD have a game in hand and will see this as a chance to jump back up the table, though a play-off spot may be just out of sight for both sides.
Successive wins over Thomond, Old Crescent and Highfield have seen them climb to ninth in the table and while they are out of danger they will now want to build on this and end the season with a few scalps.
Still, the Dubliners should be too strong if they have realistic promotion ambitions.
The host side will rue the loss to Thomond last time out and will be out to prove a point with Belfast bragging rights at stake.
Malone cannot afford to lose though, without opening the door for Highfield or Old Crescent to pull them back into the relegation dog fight.
Bruff have notched up seven wins and two draws this season and chalked up three try-scoring bonus points as well.
Their game in hand on DLSP means they have real hopes of taking the second promotion spot but they will need to dash Wesley's own play-off hopes on Sunday to keep the advantage.
Related Links -
AIB League: Division 2 Round Up - A round up of the state of play in Division 2 after the last round of matches