There is also a welcome return to action for John O'Sullivan, back for the first time since injuring himself in the seasonal opener against the US Eagles in August.
Munster coach Declan Kidney leaves a vacancy at open side prop with Darragh Hurley required to travel toScotland where he will win his first Ireland A cap.
Meanwhile Ulster A manager Gary Longwell is looking forward to a game that offers opportunities to fringe players. "This is a strong Ulster A side, Matt Williams was keen to have meaningful A fixtures and this game provides the chance for everyone involved to stake their claim in being part of the resurgent Ulster"
The Ulster side is made up of a mixture of senior players and Ulster Academy players and will be captained by former Ireland U21 skipper Matt McCullough
Munster A: Denis Hurley; Brian Carney, Tom Gleeson, Conan Doyle, Anthony Horgan; Jeremy Manning, Tomas O'Leary; AN Other, Denis Fogarty, Tim Ryan; Billy Holland, Mark Melbourne; Jake Paringatai, John O'Sullivan, James Coughlan capt. Replacements: Kevin Griffen, Sean Cronin, Dave Sherry, Tommy O'Donnell, Gerry Hurley, Evan Ryan, Ian Hanley.
Ulster A: M Bartholomeusz; M Kettyle, D Cave, S Mallon, P McKenzie; K Hallett, P Marshall; J Carey, S Philpott, T Court; M McCullough capt, F Paulo; T Anderson, W Faloon, C Henry. Replacements: M Miles, J Fitzpatrick, S McDonald, G Webb, K Campbell, D Black, I Whitten.