10 Dec, 12:23
Ireland's John Lacey will referee his first ever RBS 6 Nations while Alain Rolland is also included in the Elite Panel in what is his last season.
They finished in second place in the Leinster League Division One, having lost only three games. They lost out to Clontarf in the quarter-finals of this season's Metro Cup - their first home lost in competition in eighteen months.
They had four representatives on the Leinster Junior team last season - Sam Boazman, Declan Griffin, JP Finlay and Jonathan Walsh.
Seapoint's star is on the rise, not least thanks to the presence of one of their players in the Ireland Under-20 Grand Slam-winning team.
Felix Jones came into the starting XV of the Under-20s following an injury to Luke Fitzgerald, and he quickly set about establishing his place against all comers with two tries in the opening game against Wales.
Felix's success is testament to the strength of youth rugby in Seapoint. They field sides from Under-7 to Under-18 levels and they are planning to bring a big contingent to Dubarry Park on Saturday to cheer on the first XV.
With the exception of three players, the squad are all natives of South East County Dublin.
First Round, Saturday, December 16, 2006
Home to Monkstown, Won 20-13
Tries: Stephen Walsh, Des Doyle; Cons: Declan Griffin 2; Pens: Declan Griffin 2
Quarter-Final, Saturday, February 3, 2007
Home to Limavady, Won 36-20
Tries: Ben Focas 3, Carl Dechenu 2, Jonny Walsh ; Cons: Brian Keegan 3
Semi-Final, Saturday March 17, 2007
Away to Crosshaven, Won 15-8
Tries: Stephen Walsh, Ben Focas; Con: Brian Keegan; Pen: Brian Keegan
- Statistics provided by Des Daly -