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.
And with just one point to their credit after five outings, Young Munster face an awesome task against Wille Anderson's side who will see this as an ideal opportunity to harvest maximum points and move into the top four.
In Division 2, first and second placed - Belfast Harlequins and Barnhall will strive to maintain their 100% records at venues just miles apart. harlequins make the short journey to Ballynahinch while Portadown will offer stiff oppostion to Barnhall.
In Division 3, Connemara can assume overall leadership if they account for Suttonians at the Monastery Field. Old Wesley can slot in behind them if they can make home advantage count against Ballina and the other crucial game in this Division involves relegation candidates, Bangor, second from bottom, at home to bottom placed Banbridge.
24th November. 2001:
Division 1. Dungannon v Young Munster.
Division 2.Ballynahinch v Belfast Harlequins. Portadown v Barnhall.
Division 3. Bangor v Banbridge. Connemara v Suttonians. Old Wesley v Ballina. Waterpark v Richmond.