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.
John Lyne comes in at loose head prop for Eugene McGovern; Declan Fitzpatrick plays at tight head in place of Jason Moran and at number 6, Ciaran Potts takes over from John Muldoon.
Ireland Under 21 v Wales, at Ebbw Vale, Friday, March 21st (2.30 pm).
15. Tommy Bowe - Queens University 14. Richard Lane - UCC 13. Barry Murphy - UL Bohemians 12. Keith Matthews - UL Bohemians 11. John Hearty - Blackrock College 10. Michael Rainey - Glasgow Hawks 9. Fiach O'Loughlin - Shannon 8. Stephen Keogh - UCC capt 7. Niall Ronan - Lansdowne 6. Ciaran Potts - St. Mary's College 5. Neil McComb - Dundee Highschool 4. David Gannon - UCD 3. Declan Fitzpatrick - Belfast Harlequins 2. Rory Best - Belfast Harlequins 1. John Lyne - Lansdowne
Replacements: 16 - Kevin Corrigan - UCD 17. - Eugene Mc Govern - Old Crescent 18. Shane O'Connor - Cork Constitution 19. John Muldoon - Galwegians 20. Conor O'Loughlin - Buccaneers 21. David McAllister - Terenure College 22. Peter O'Brien - UCC.