Munster, sponsored this season by O2, are title favourites having already overcome Connacht and Leinster and Ulster having shown some poor form throughout their first two games.
They are already assured a final berth and will most likely to be joined by Leinster who face Connacht at Newbridge RFC. However games between Munster and Ulster are traditionally tough and with the Northerners having nothing to lose expect a better showing from the visitors than their last outing at Ravenhill where they dismally struggled to put Connacht away.
Kickoff at Nenagh RFC is at 2.30pm.
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Round 3 - 27/09/03
Munster V Ulster , Nenagh RFC 3.00pm Leinster V Cinnacht, Newbridge RFC 2.30pm.
Munster Youths open their Inter Provincial Championship campaign with an away game against Connacht in the Showgrounds, Galway on Saturday next, kick-off - 1.00 p.m.
Coached by Len Browne and John Lacey their preparations included warm up against Newbridge College, PBC and Rockwell College winning all three, and losing to UCC Under 19's.
The team and replacements are as follows:
Shane Moloney (Thurles), Aaron Cahill (Abbeyfeale), Niall O'Driscoll (Bandon), Kieran Merrigan (Clanwilliam), Kevin Doyle (Ballincollig), Donal Twomey (Muskerry), Declan O'Donoghue (Fermoy), David Ryan (Highfield) captain; Liam Bannon (Thurles), Kevin Griffin (Kilfeacle & District), Ben Nagle (Sunday's Well), Sean Ryan (Cashel), Edward Crowley (Muskerry), Ciaran Horgan (Muskerry), Darren Twomey (Sunday's Well).
Replacements: David Corcoran (Nenagh Ormond), Sean Fitzgerald (Cashel), David Burke (Nenagh Ormond), J.P. Elsey (St. Senan's), Brendan O'Sullivan (Killorglin), Cian Walsh (Dungarvan).