A win at Old Wesley helped Queen’s move away from the automatic relegation spots but they are two points above the playoff place.
The students welcome seventh place Cashel to the Dub and Director of Rugby Robbie Moore knows it will be a big ask.
“Cashel are big and strong and are led well by Ed Leamy and we’ll need all the luck however scoring a number of tries last week has given everyone a lift,” said Moore.
Captain Chris Colvin who bagged two tries last week is missing so Damon Hall moves to full back with Hugo Harbinson and Ross Adair on the wings.
Centres Stuart McIlwaine and Robbie Stewart face fitness tests with Paddy Farrell and Ritchie McMaster forming the half back partnership.
In the back row Matt Clarke is unavailable while Robert Whitten faces a fitness test, Johnny Herron and Tom Johnson are in the second row and the front row is the same that was on duty at Donnybrook.
Two bonus point wins in consecutive weeks has seen City of Derry move up to sixth place just eight points of the promotion places.
Derry make the long trip to Cork to face Highfield and they have a full squad to pick from.
Banbridge scored four tries at Derry last week but that wasn’t enough to stop them slipping to a third consecutive defeat.
Dan Soper’s side have slipped to fourth and welcome Glawegians to Rifle Park who are a point behind in fifth and it’s a game Banbridge must win to keep their promotion hopes alive.
Rainey are the only unbeaten side in all four divisions and they top 2B by six points.
Skerries visit Hatrick Park and the Old Boys are without scrum half Alan McCluggage so Michael Pyper steps in.
Andrew Harbinson returns to the back row while prop Steven Rutledge faces a fitness test.
Ards will hope to build on last week’s win at Clonakilty as seventh place Navan make the trip to Hamilton Park but Mark Banford is unavailable for Mervyn Tweed’s side.
Instonians need one win to be absolutely safe after last week’s last gasp win against Boyne.
They travel to Clonakilty with the same pack but are forced into chances in the back line.
Matthew Keane moves to out half with Nico Andress going in at No9, Kiwi Greg Mullany switches to midfield as Seamus Mallon is unavailable while Johnny Martin comes onto the wing.
Armagh will hope to bounce back from last week’s defeat against Barnhall as second placed Naas travel to the Palace Grounds.