Buccaneers welcome St Mary’s College to Dubarry Park for a must-win game in Division 1B of the All-Ireland League.
Game kicks off at 2.30pm
St Mary’s defeated the Athlone side when the teams met in Dublin last November.
The home side will be hopeful that props Conan O’Donnell and Conor Kenny will be available for consideration for this game.
Rory Moloney and Darragh Corbett could also be fit. Simon Meagher is the team’s main injury worry.
Last weekend, A Try with the final move of the game try snatched a 32-27 victory for City of Armagh over Buccaneers.
The Pirates scored four tries with a brace from Eoghan Masterson and a try each from Simon Meagher and Callum Boland. Luke Carty scored a penalty and two conversions.
Peter O’Donnells Buccaneers side picked up two bonus points in the game and his side have the most bonus points in the league accumulated after 12 games.
Buccaneers sit in ninth place while St Mary’s are in seventh.
Connacht Head Coach Andy Friend will be guest of honour in the club on Saturday when he will attend the pre-match lunch prior to the game against St. Mary’s College.
Buccaneers Head coach Peter O’Donnell reflected on last weeks game and previewed the St Mary’s match with Kevin McDermott.