Neil McMillan and James Topping have both beaten injury to be included in an unchanged Ulster starting XV for Saturday night's Celtic League trip to the Border Reivers.
CELTIC LEAGUE: Saturday, October 15
Border Reivers v Ulster, Netherdale, 7.30pm (live BBC Radio Ulster MW)
Young flanker McMillan has recovered from shoulder bruising he sustained midway through the first half of last week's 36-10 victory over Connacht, while Ballymena flyer Topping has come through a fitness test on an Achilles tendon strain.
There are changes on the Ulster replacements bench - Dungannon tyro Stephen Ferris and Ireland Sevens speedster Andrew Maxwell come in for Campbell Feather and Tyrone Howe respectively.
The 20-year-old Ferris, who previously played for Portadown, made an oustanding contribution to the Ulster 'A' team's recent match with their Leinster counterparts.
Dungannon coach Jeremy Davidson rates number 8 Ferris, a leading player for Ireland at last summer's Under-21 World Cup in Argentina, highly.
"Stephen is an outstanding individual and has improved greatly with Ulster," said the former Ireland and Lions lock.
"He is a remarkable athlete. He has got huge potential at only 20 years of age. He is already one of the best players around."
REIVERS Squad: tbc
ULSTER: Bryn Cunningham; Tommy Bowe, Kevin Maggs, Andrew Trimble, James Topping; David Humphreys, Kieran Campbell; Justin Fitzpatrick, Rory Best, Simon Best (Capt), Justin Harrison, Matt McCullough, Neil Best, Neil McMillan, Roger Wilson.
Replacements: Paul Shields, Bryan Young, Rowan Frost, Stephen Ferris, Isaac Boss, Paddy Wallace, Andrew Maxwell.
Referee: Phil Fear (Wales)