The Ireland Under-20 team, sponsored by PwC, to play Fiji in the final round of pool games at the IRB Junior World Championship has been named.
There are four changes in personnel to the Ireland team that secured a crucial 35-21 bonus point win over Wales in Pukekohe last Friday.
Head coach Mike Ruddock has handed Cork Constitution scrum half Ryan Foley his first start at Under-20 level. He will link up at half-back with the ever-present Ross Byrne, who scored 20 points in the opening two pool games.
Darragh Moloney makes way for the returning Stephen Gardiner from Lansdowne in the second row, while Josh Murphy and Rory Moloney - both capped at Under-19 level this season - have been brought into the back row alongside captain Jack O'Donoghue.
Ireland can book a first ever semi-final spot with a bonus point victory over Fiji, because even if Pool B leaders France were to beat Wales the 11 points Ruddock's side would accumulate would be more than the runner-ups in the other two pools can reach.
However, Ruddock is not taking anything for granted as the Fijians have shown glimpses of attacking flair and pushed France hard in the first half last Friday to go in at half-time only 8-0 behind before ultimately losing 37-5.
"In our last two matches we got the result against Wales and were very competitive against France, so to sum it up I would say we have got a little better with each game," admitted Ruddock.
"It would be a big achievement (to reach the semi-finals) but we don't want to get carried away with the outcome. We have really focused on the process and our game-plan, tactically and mentally we have got to bring it."
Meanwhile, the Irish squad took time out from their match preparations to participate in the Junior World Championship legacy programme. They were given a warm welcome at Pukekohe Rugby Club on Sunday - some of the players are pictured below with the Pukekohe Kapa Haka group.
There will be live coverage of the Ireland v Fiji match on TG4 in the early hours of Tuesday morning (kick-off 1.35pm local time/2.35am Irish time), with the full match repeated at 12.30pm and highlights at 7.30pm.
IRELAND UNDER-20 Team & Replacements (v Fiji Under-20s, 2014 IRB Junior World Championship - Pool B, QBE Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand, Tuesday, June 10, kick-off 1.35pm local time/2.35am Irish time):
15. Cian Kelleher (Lansdowne/Leinster) 14. Ciaran Gaffney (Galwegians/Connacht) 13. Garry Ringrose (UCD/Leinster) 12. Dan Goggin (Young Munster/Munster) 11. Alex Wootton (Garryowen/Munster) 10. Ross Byrne (UCD/Leinster) 9. Ryan Foley (Cork Constitution/Munster) 1. Peter Dooley (Lansdowne/Leinster) 2. Max Abbott (Cork Constitution/Munster) 3. Rory Burke (Cork Constitution/Munster) 4. Stephen Gardiner (Lansdowne/Leinster) 5. Ross Molony (UCD/Leinster) 6. Josh Murphy (UCD/Leinster) 7. Rory Moloney (Buccaneers/Connacht) 8. Jack O'Donoghue (UL Bohemians/Munster) (capt)
They needed a 27-point winning margin against Scotland. They got that and more. The Ireland Women's team captured their second Women's RBS 6 Nations title in style at Broadwood Stadium - relive their Championship winning day in our exclusive video.
It was nail-biting, nerve shredding and epic! Relive Ireland's RBS 6 Nations Championship day from the squad's arrival at Murrayfield to the trophy presentation in our exclusive tunnel and pitch cam video.
Larissa Muldoon, now a two-time Women's RBS 6 Nations winner, is part of an all-Donegal half-back pairing for the Ireland Women. She spoke to Irish Rugby TV about the developing clubs in her own county.
Ireland Women's lock Orla Fitzsimons describes how she was a supporter in the stands for the 2013 Grand Slam success, and now, two years on, she has a Women's RBS 6 Nations winners' medal around her neck.
Niamh Briggs had a day to remember as she captained the Ireland Women's team to RBS 6 Nations title glory. The Waterford star, who scored the first try in the 73-3 win over Scotland, spoke to Irish Rugby TV afterwards.
Paying tribute to the Ireland supporters at Murrayfield, RBS 6 Nations winner Luke Fitzgerald said: "Thanks a million to the fans from the all guys. They were fantastic. We really felt their support out there, they were the '16th man' and helped us get over the line."
Sean O'Brien scored two tries and produced a man-of-the-match performance as Ireland beat Scotland 40-10 to finish top of the table and retain the RBS 6 Nations title. He spoke to Irish Rugby TV afterwards.
Speaking to Irish Rugby TV after the trophy presentation, RBS 6 Nations winner Robbie Henshaw said: "Words can't describe it...just the whole atmosphere, everyone in the stadium, just the way it ended out. It was pretty intense, the heart was rushing."
Enjoying the post-match celebrations at Murrayfield, RBS 6 Nations winner Rory Best said: "It's been a bit of an emotional roller-coaster, the last hour. The crowd have been absolutely incredible. We're just delighted to give something back to them."