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.
Division 2 North sees Navan ahead of City of Derry and Longford, while, in Division 2 South, Tralee and Shannon are setting the pace.
The below matches are scheduled to take place this coming Sunday, kicking off at 1pm unless otherwise stated.
Division 1 -
A couple of big games at Crowley Park and Woodleigh Park, but our match of the day is that age-old rivalry between Old Belvedere and Blackrock at Anglesea Road.
'Rock are struggling in sixth place with two wins in five games, while the 'Belvo girls are sitting in third and should be favourites for the win.
Clonmel (8th) v UL Bohemians (1st), Clonmel
Galwegians (4th) v St. Mary's College (7th), Crowley Park
Highfield (2nd) v Cooke (5th), Woodleigh Park
Old Belvedere (3rd) v Blackrock (6th), Anglesea Road
Division 2 North -
Navan's impressive haul of four try-scoring bonus points means that Malahide look set to be in for a tough day in Co. Meath on Sunday, while the match of the day in 2N is the mid-table clash of Dublin University and Belfast Harlequins at College Park.
With City of Derry not in action until next month, Longford could steal second spot for Christmas.
Cavan (7th) v Cill Dara (4th), Cavan
Dublin University (6th) v Belfast Harlequins (5th), College Park
Longford (3rd) v Enniskillen (10th), Longford
Navan (1st) v Malahide (8th), Balreask Old
Division 2 South -
A win for Shannon will put them into top spot for the Christmas break, while Nenagh Ormond will hope to pull clear of the chasing pack when they travel to Laois.
Galbally (7th) v Tuam (10th), Galbally - match postponed
Portlaoise (6th) v Nenagh Ormond (3rd), Portlaoise
Shannon (2nd) v Clanwilliam (11th), Coonagh - match postponed
Thurles (9th) v Ballincollig (8th), Thurles - match postponed
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