Brian O'Driscoll and Rob Kearney shake off injuries to start for Leinster in Saturday's Heineken Cup final against Ulster at Twickenham.
Brian O'Driscoll and Rob Kearney have been passed fit for Leinster ahead of Saturday's Heineken Cup final against Ulster at Twickenham.
O'Driscoll had been suffering with a knee injury, while Kearney was previously sidelined with a back problem.
Eoin Reddan, Fergus McFadden and Kevin McLaughlin all come into the side in place of Isaac Boss, Shane Jennings and Luke Fitzgerald.
Ulster's Chris Henry has shaken off a knee injury and John Afoa has been put back in the starting lineup having served a four-match ban.
Leinster: R Kearney; McFadden; O'Driscoll; G D'Arcy; Nacewa; Sexton; Reddan; Healy; Strauss; Ross; Cullen; Thorn; McLaughlin; O'Brien; Heaslip
Replacements: Cronin; Van der Merwe; White; Toner; Jennings; Boss; Madigan; D Kearney
Ulster: Terblanche; Trimble; Cave; Wallace; Gilroy; Jackson; Pienaar; Court; Best; Afoa; Muller; Tuohy; Ferris; Henry; Wannenburg
Replacements: Brady; McAllister; Fitzpatrick; Stevenson; Faloon; Marshall ; Humphreys; A D'Arcy
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