Queen’s kick of their campaign at the Dub against Highfield with the game being moved to a 2pm kick off.
Ulster Raven Michael McAuley has passed a fitness test and partners Stuart McIlwaine in the centre.
Ulster U20 winger David Busby makes his debut with Damon Hall the other winger and Chris Colvin at full back.
Paddy Farrell and Ritchie McMaster from the half back partnership.
In the pack Rory Winters starts at hooker with Andrew Clingan and Mark Foster propping.
Grant Bartley and Robert Whitten are in the second row with Ryan Clarke, Matt Clarke and Stuart Hooks making up back row.
Ulster U20 duo Locran Dow and Johnny Craig come into the squad but Johnny Darling, Mark Campbell and Patrick Colhoun are unavailable.
Banbridge finished third last season but face a tough start away at Cashel who have a strong home record.
Ulster scrum half Ian Porter is available for the trip to Munster and will partner Shandon Scott who has returned to the club from Malone.
Wingers Hugo Harbinson and Miles O’Hagan are set to make their AIL debuts for Dan Soper’s team.
Adam Irvine has returned after a year in New Zealand while Matthew Irvine has also rejoined the club from Malone.
Andrew Hyde has joined Munster and the squad has been boosted by a number of last year’s U19’s breaking through and Strong recruitment from Ballymena Academy.
Rainey start life in Division 2A with a tough Ulster derby at Judge’s Road against City of Derry after last year’s promotion.