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.
While the senior team beat Constitution to put them in pole position in AIB League Division 1A, the Under-21s enjoyed an 18-5 victory over the Leesiders to qualify for the semi-finals of the Frazer McMullen Trophy.
Their reward is a home tie against a Lansdowne Under-21 side that beat defending champions UL Bohemians, winning 12-9 after extra-time.
UL have won the title for the last two seasons, so there wil be a new name on the trophy this year.
With the Lansdowne senior team unbeaten all season in the AIB League, the U-21s will be hoping to add to the club's All-Ireland success.
The other semi-final will be an all-Munster affair between Shannon and UCC. Shannon overcame their Terenure College counterparts 20-18, while UCC enjoyed a one-point win over UCD, running out 15-14 winners.
2009/10 FRAZER MCMULLEN TROPHY -
St, Mary's College 18 Cork Constitution 5, Templeville Road
UCD 14 UCC 15, Belfield
UL Bohemians 9 Lansdowne 12, Annacotty
Shannon 20 Terenure College 18, Coonagh
Saturday, April 3 -
St. Mary's College v Lansdowne, Templeville Road
Shannon v UCC, Coonagh
The final will be played on Saturday, April 10, with the venue to be decided following the semi-finals.