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.
The action kicks off at 6pm on Friday at Templeville Road, the home of St. Mary's College RFC, as the Ireland Women take on their Scottish counterparts. With an unchanged side Ireland are chasing their best ever finish in the RBS Women's 6 Nations championship.
There is also a 6pm start at the University of Ulster in Jordanstown as the Irish Colleges also face their Scottish counterparts.
The focus then switches to Donnybrook for the AIB Club International as the best Ireland club players take on the cream of Scottish club talent. Kick off is at 7.35pm so get your coat on and get down to Donnybrook!
In the midlands? Why not venture to Dubarry Park in Athlone on Friday evening. The home of Buccaneers RFC is playing host to the Under-20 Six Nations encounter between the Ireland Under-20s and Scotland Under-20s.
Exiled in Scotland? Then a trip to Perth is surely in the offing to see Ireland 'A'. The visitors' side includes exciting young players such as Ryan Caldwell and Niall O'Connor for the McDiarmid Park tie with the Scots.
Had enough? Thought not! If you are coming to the game at Croke Park on Saturday (kick-off 5pm), then we want you to:
Yes we want you to be kind to the planet but we also want you to make some serious noise and show your colour (GREEN!!!!) at all the games.